Epiphone Les Paul LP-100 Reviews 3

This guitar is a satisfactory intermediate level guitar for anyone who has been playing the guitar for longer than a year and is ready to step up from the entry level $100 range. It doesn't compare with Gibson Les Paul models in either sound quality, woods/hardware, construction quality, etc. But is also doesn't compare in price, luckily. It so... [read more on Audiofanzine]

tarrtime rated this unit 3 on 2013-02-13.

This is just a throwaway guitar, honestly. It would be a decent prop for a music video, as long as the camera wasn't HD or zoomed in too close. It really is that bad - if I were on a super tight budget, I'd try to look elsewhere, like an Ibanez. If the classic styling is that important to you, just save up for an Epiphone Les Paul Standard - you... [read more on Audiofanzine]

heads on fire rated this unit 2 on 2012-01-30.

These guitars are pretty inexpensive so you can find them pretty easily for right around $250. That is a pretty good price for someone who doesn't have a whole lot of money and wants to get this type of sound out of their instrument. I would recommend this guitar to someone who is looking for a Les Paul focused tone and doesn't want to spend a... [read more on Audiofanzine]

iamqman rated this unit 3 on 2011-12-08.

I bought this from my friend, cost 200 (usd), really not used too much...

The sound and looks are almost perfect. Just like Les Paul should look like, though it's not a Gibson. Sound is clear and the guitar stays tuned. And cheap also.

I like this guitar and would propebly think it's perfect for me if it was a new one. Too bad my buddy hasn't know how to hold a guitar...

Les Paul-kind Cherry Sunburst... need I say more...

Great guitar with low prize. Get it if you don't have much money.

Junkey rated this unit 4 on 2001-12-03.

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