#1


well this is my first guitar which i have been playing for around 2 years.
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (Alpine).
i was wondering if anyone has taken the faceplate of their guitar and what it looks like?
and does it lower the guitar in value?
also this is a great guitar and would recommend it to anyone.
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#2
The faceplate? You mean the black pickguard? I took that off the minute I got home (looks a LOT better IMO), it's two screws and you can put it back on if you're going to sell it.
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#4
I see that done ALL the time... and like he said, there's only 2 screws, one on the bottom, and one right where the neck meets the neck pup.... it's very unnoticable. And like he also said, you can always put it back on.
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#5
Many people take the pickguard off their Les Pauls... as well as other modifications. Just look at Buckethead - his Les Paul has 24 frets, a killswitch, one tone/volume knob, DiMarzio pickups and white hardware. That's about as custom as you get.
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#6
i like LP's with pickerds, but i also like LP's without pickerds, and i also like buckethead, wow eh, those fingers
#7
If you take off the pickguard doesn't it leave two holes just sitting there in your guitar? Wouldn't it look like crap?
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