Goth Les Paul Studio reviews— 17 total
17 user reviews of Goth Les Paul Studio by Epiphone
Since I play anything from classic rock to heavy metal, this guitar fits that margin very nicely.
I've been mostly a Fender Strat guy all of that time and am now wondering why I didn't make the...
This baby eats light. And I mean that literally.
This guitar handles all of them relatively well, especially the last two.
Been playing seriously for 2.5 years overall for 5 and I love it.
For this price you simply couldn't ask for a better guitar, I love it and if I ever lost it...
It sounds awesome, the note clarity is suprisingly good for its price range.
It's honestly more like a $800-1000 guitar, and for rock/blues sounds as good as or better than guitars costing 10...
If you're into metal obviously the look is going to be there.
I have another guitar, a First Act ME431, and there is no competition between it and the les paul.
I've been playing for 4 months and don't have the best rig, but this guitar JUST RULES.
I own this along with a Godin Radiator, Jackson Ke 1 and a Charvel Strat and this is one of...
I recomend it to anyone who like a Les Paul model, thougu it would have been nice to have a...
It goes great with what I play. My band plays a lot of Black Sabbath covers and it sounds as though it was mean't to play them.
I play it through a Tonelab SE and a crappy Peavey Rage 158 and it sounds like heaven.
The whole thing haunted me until I eventually bought it.
I own another electric, two acoustics, and an Ibanez bass as well.