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if you are considering the guitar for a purchase, and have never even TOUCHED one, you might want to consider trying one out and then deciding..
#7
les pauls are known to be on the heaver side.
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#8
just email Gibson, they've got a contact us link on their website. I'm pretty sure they could tell you.
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#10
The Epi LP I played didn't seem as heavy as my Gib LP Studio. Most likely because the wood isn't as good quality. Not to say it's bad though. I don't know the exact weight, but it's deff a little heavier than a Strat and stuff.
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#12
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9.5lbs pretty sure of that.

That sounds right, but I also know...
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Regardless of weight, your best course of action is to actually try the guitar out.
#13
Are the Epiphones chambered or not? Most Gibson les pauls are chambered now..which actually kinda sucks.
#14
I doubt Epis are chambered.But yeah,if you've never tried it before,you better try one.I've always GASsed for LPs last time but after I tried one,I hated the neck.
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