#1
So what is it? Large? Medium? Jumbo?
Anyone knows?

And im talking about the standard but i think it should be the same on all the models right?
#2
I think it is medium... it should say on epiphone.com
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I think it is medium... it should say on epiphone.com


They dont say it.

Anyways thanks for the answers.Cheers.
#5
It is medium, but all LPs seem to have pretty small frets

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#6
its on a 3/4 scale i believe ...
so not jumbo (i think)
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its on a 3/4 scale i believe ...
so not jumbo (i think)

Its definitely not jumbo.
They call them Medium i beleive.

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#8
Actually, they call them 'medium jumbo', though in reality compared to most other guitars, they're as average as you can get. I think they feel about 2/3 or 1/2 as high as the 'XJ' frets commonly found on guitars from brands like Ibanez and ESP.
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