Les Paul Custom reviews— 59 total
59 user reviews of Les Paul Custom by Epiphone
It has rarely - if ever - been truly stellar, but it has never let me down.
After ten years of playing, I prefer this guitar over many other guitars I have played.
Although I don't think it's very good for metal, it still does the job.
However, you do make some sacrifices for the price.
If stolen I would buy another, but I plan to buy an Epiphone 3 humbuckered "Black Beauty" very soon.
Will be making some mods to it to make it a true player, is a great platform to work with.
I can go from John Mayer to Iron Maiden with this bad boy.
If it was stolen I'd find the f--ker who took it because of Miss October and she's never let me...
Could have had Straplock buttons, all real Les Pauls should, also upset that Epiphone doesn't advertise their advancements, I had...
I guess it fit my sound OK. Just the thing I most remember about this guitar is that the electronics were always broken, the nut chipped or it had some other fault which prevented me from playing it.
It is great for everything from blues and jazz to hard rock.
It suits my styles really well, as I don't need the crisp cleans of a Fender all that often.
I've tended to leave behind the mainstream, now into Opeth, Cannibal Corpse, Bodom, Evile, Pantera etc.
The only thing I would have asked before buying this is "Could There be a Better Guitar!?" If this was...
I've been playing for a few years, and I moved out of the bedroom about four years ago.
But it does the job. I've been playing since my 13th birthday, so it's been 2 yrs.
I would really miss it if it was gone.
But when I want to break for my Punk roots and expand my styles, this guitar does its job.
I've been playing for about 6 years now, and own a fair few guitars I wont bother mentioning, as well...
It's easy to play and barely got any problems.
This is definately a monster. It sounds and feels like you would think a Les Paul should.
perfect for all types of music easily. I also own a VOXAD30VT with the VFS2 Footswitch.
I have been Playing for about 2 years now, and I own a Boss GT-8 Multi effects pedal and a...
I would definitely replace it if it was stolen.
I also have an Ibanez RG350DX, and I am thinking of selling it, for another Epiphone, maybe a Flying V.
I have been playing guitar for over 4 years now, and own an Ibanez RGR421, a Washburn X40, and an...
It plays very well, as far as playability it's great and it's feels like a Gibson however, it doesnt't sound...
I've been playing almost 3 years now and also own a Jackson KVX10 with seymour duncans which is by backup...
This guitar is perfect for my music as it is so versatile, and for the price, the quality cannot be...
This guitar does all I need plus more.
It's one out of 8 and it definitely is the prettiest.
I've been playing for 6 years and started teaching this year.
I've been playing about a year now and are starting to get speedier and better at playing and this guitar...
I own all sorts of gear, a Strat, Marshall MG30DFX to name a few.
This has taken a very long time, but my Les Paul has ridden it out with me.
I've been playing 3 or 4 years to quite a good Standard.
I've been playing for a year, so not really a long time.
I have been playing for nearly two years now and this guitar is great.
As my first real LP, I can't get enough of it.
I have been playing for about 2 years and this is my first real step up, instrument wise it is...
I played it through a Crate GT212 and it sounded awesome, no noise or fretbuzz.
I've been playing for about 4 years now.
I do not regret buying this at all, I'm very happy with it.
I have only been playing for about 4 years now, but don't get me wrong, I know my stuff.
I play with a Marshall MG100DFX half cab and the sound it just great.
If it was stolen I would buy another les paul, whether it would be an Epiphone would depend on how...
As I said before it fits well, some of the artists I play are Nirvana, RATM, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins...
I have played for 5 years, own 2 corts, one acoustic, one electric, and it blows them out of the...
The scale length is shorter than my Strat's, so it's great for riffing.
I am more of a rhythm and blues player and it is great for some songs but not brilliant for...
It really matche well with punk, alternaive rock, and most classic rock.
All Oasis, Yellowcard, Guns N' Roses, Eric Clapton, Nirvana, Stereophonics and so on work great.
This guitar lived up to my expectations maybe even more.
Les Pauls are the trademark of rock n' roll for a reason: because they're great guitars all around.
Though it's weak on the metal scene its still decent for that style.
I love the look and playability for any style with this guitar and it has never let me down.
You're not paying for the Gibson name, you're paying for an extremely good guitar, which I'd much rather have over...
It is a great match for most of the music I play, but like I said before, its way too...
I've been messing around with dads guitars all my life but started playing seriously like a year or two ago.