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2014 Epiphone '56 Reissue Les Paul Pro w/P90's (Ebony)

2014 Epiphone '56 Reissue Les Paul Pro w/P90's (Ebony)

Regular price $1,045.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $1,045.00 AUD
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A very good Korean made Epiphone Les Paul. Good used condition as pictured with only light wear to the finish, looks original except for aftermarket knobs. Frets are shiny with some pitting/play-wear, plenty of life in them for a level/crown if needed. Weighs 4kg's. 

Info from Epiphone: 
The ultra classic 1956 Les Paul Pro Electric Guitar starts with the iconic Les Paul shape, still cut from the same legendary tooling specs as it was in the early days with a mahogany body and hand-set mahogany 24.75" scale neck. Like the original, the 1956 Les Paul Pro Electric Guitar features a rosewood fretboard with pearloid trapezoid inlays, a 1.68" nut, 22 jumbo medium frets, and Les' iconic signature on the headstock and truss rod cover.

Over the years, Les Paul enthusiasts have become so obsessed with the ˜Burst they often forget that many players first fell for the Goldtop during the guitar's P-90 era. Just like the original, the 1956 Les Paul Pro Electric Guitar features two cream soapbar P-90 Classic pickups that when combined with the mahogany body, give the Les Paul a familiar yet still totally unique timbre.

Domestic - We offer a courier service Australia wide on our guitars! All prices include insurance for loss/damage along with industrial packaging to ensure your guitar arrives safely.
International - We ship worldwide almost as often as we ship domestically. We use EMS or UPS express services depending on the destination. 

We only offer returns on faulty or broken items, not if you change your mind. All guitars are thoroughly tested here and we'll do our best to list any known troubles in the condition section above.  

Click & Collect and local pickup available from our store at 14/33 College Street, Gladesville, Sydney. 
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