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Epiphone ENL1PBBH1 Goth Les Paul Studio Chitarra Elettrica con KillPot

5.0 su 5 stelle 1 recensione cliente

Prezzo consigliato: EUR 359,00
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  • Corpo e manico in mogano
  • Ponte LocTone locking Tune-o-matic e cordiera Stop-bar
  • 2 pickup Alnico Classic

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Specifiche prodotto
Peso articolo4,5 Kg
Dimensioni prodotto114,3 x 43,2 x 17,8 cm
Numero modello articoloENL1PBBH1
Body MeterialMogano
Materiale tastieraPalissandro
Configurazione pick-up chitarraH-H
Neck Material TypeMogano
Numero di corde6
Ponte chitarraTune-O-Matic
Configurazione pick-up chitarraH-H
  
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ASINB0002GFTH6
Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon n. 17.875 in Strumenti musicali e DJ (Visualizza i Top 100)
Peso di spedizione6 Kg
Restrizioni di spedizioneQuesto articolo è disponibile per l'esportazione in paesi selezionati al di fuori dell'Unione Europea.
Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal22 aprile 2015
  
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Assoluta forza bruta, questa Epiphone Goth Les Paul Studio va temuta e rispettata. Il tono killer e l'inarrestabile durata si scatenano dal suo corpo pulito in mogano con il manico in set-in anch'esso in mogano, le straordinaria urla vengono prodotte grazie agli humbucker ad alta potenza Alnico Classic. La cupa verniciatura Pitch Black e l'effetto oscurato delle parti metalliche completano l'aspetto dark. Il ponte LocTone locking Tune-o-matic e la cordiera Stop-bar incrementano la durata del suono fino all'inverosimile. Questa LP presenta una tastiera in palissandro con il numero romano "XII" intarsiato nel 12° tasto, meccaniche Grover e "croce celtica" della serie Goth sulla paletta.


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Arrivata nei giusti tempi, senza problemi. Cassa, ponti, manico, tutta nera! Veramente molto bella. Il sound è quella nota della Epiphone, ottimo. Alla domanda, la ricomprerei? Certamente SI.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 su 5 stelle 56 recensioni
6 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Epiphone Goth LP Studio - its OK. 10 aprile 2014
Di Music2000 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Not going to tell you my life story or make any adolescent comments, just what I see and feel. The guitar looks great, but it's just a "dark side version" LP Studio model. The neck is thinner than the LP Custom Pro which makes it easier and faster to play. I am disappointed that the cross at the top which is just white paint as are the fret markings on the side of the neck. They make the guitar look like a cheap $69.00 guitar. It would have been better if they were inlaid pearl. The hardware looks good and the kill switch is nice for special effects. The XII marking is inlaid into the frets which is nice. I am not sure how the black satin paint or the black finish on the hardware will hold up, but we will see. In my experience with satin finishes and gold and black plated hardware is that it will wear off after a few years. Chrome finish is a lot more durable as is gloss paint. The sound is as good, but nothing much better than I could crank out with my LP Custom Pro, Gibson with Dirty Finger pickups or my Fender Squire models. Other than that, as a musical instrument, the construction is very good and would not hesitate to recommend this guitar except for the white paint markings. If you could live with that, then surely buy it with confidence.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Great sound for your money 23 febbraio 2014
Di Justin - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I have to preface this review by stating I'm not an experienced musician. But as an amateur wanting to learn, I felt this was perfectly within my price range and much more affordable than a Gibson Explorer, and that was the most important part of my decision making on getting this guitar.

That being said, now that I own it, and I've restrung it half a dozen times over the past three months and have put in the time and money of upgrading the pickups (I've put in the Gibson 496R Hot Ceramic and 500T Super Ceramic Humbuckers) I can consider it as money extremely well spent. With the help of the local guitar shop, I now have a great Gibson sound at a fraction of the price, and am even more encouraged to keep learning.

With all of that, I do need to note some minor flaws to the guitar. First, I would point out to any experienced musician that the back plate is maybe 2 inches wide, significantly smaller than most explorers. If you do plan on changing pickups on this yourself, expect a lot of swearing and anger to follow you throughout the process. Second, my product was one of the ones made in China, and a previous reviewer noted theirs was a dud with poor fretwork and some imperfections in the body; my product doesn't have any of that. The neck is gorgeous and the body is free of any major flaws.

But I do feel like the layer of paint on the body and the head is very thin, I have noticed some minor chipping on the headpiece and some fading near the bottom-left corner of the body. Not sure how difficult it would be to fix (probably not at all), but for the price, these are minor imperfections I'm willing to live with.

In summary; It's a solid starter guitar for a good price that you can invest an extra $120 - $200 down the road to make sound as awesome as any of the $1,200 Gibsons on the market.
3.0 su 5 stelle Great guitar with some issues. 27 dicembre 2014
Di Gloria Van Dyne - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This shipped as expected. Without any delays. I found two issues with the guitar. First I noticed fret buzz on the low E string and across all strings on the 8th fret. After it was tuned most of the buzz was gone. I will need to check the action and make minor adjustments to the neck to clear the remaining buzz. Second, the rythem pickup tone pot was slightly bent. It's definitely noticeable when it is turned. The price was good and better than most other online resellers. With instruments like this I would expect a little more care and check prior to shipping. I know when they leave the factory they through those types of checks, but there are other resellers that go through them prior to shipping and there is a reason for that. Overall I am happy with the quality of the guitar. All the pickups, controls and tuners work as they should. It sounds good and holds its tune well. I do recommend this instrument, however I also recommend checking around and comparing resellers on price and care. Both poor to shipping and after.
5.0 su 5 stelle Fantastic Guitar 31 marzo 2014
Di lux et lex - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I am in love. This is a sweet axe. I was impressed from the second I opened the package. The pictures don't do this guitar justice. It has a good heft to it without being cumbersome. The knobs, killpot, and switch are all very sturdy and well made. The fret board is slick and pretty fast. I wasn't sure if I'd like no fret markers on the fretboard itself, but I hardly notice it. The Grover machine heads are amazing. This will not fall out of tune. It arrived IN TUNE. The sound is great. The pups create a crisp, biting sound. This guitar looks like a piece of art and plays like a dream. Highly recommend.

Side note, The piece on the headstock that says "Gibson" in the picture actually says Epiphone. I escalated this to Amazon, and they didn't really care. So. Just so you know.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Well worth it! 14 gennaio 2012
Di jdherf - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Three hundred bucks is a steal for what your getting here. If your somewhat savvy with your electric guitars you know your average OG Les Paul is a fine instrument. This is not that instrument... After spending many hours with a '74 LP Custom I can tell you that. But this guitar has many innate features very similar and crucial to that of it's blue-blooded cousin. It's made of Mahogany. It has Alnico pickups. It has a pitched neck and a tune-o-matic bridge. It is shaped like a Les Paul with Les Paul features. In other words it's the same damn thing minus the lace and doilies! My suggestion; buy this guitar, buy some fancy pants pickups and take the instrument to someone professional. Now upgrade your amp's speakers and drop that death metal in your granny's basement. Like I said this isn't a Gibson but it's a steal for a 1000 bucks less.

Perhaps you should also replace the nut as mine just snapped...

EPIPHONE FOR LIFE!!!