Epiphone ENL1PBBH1 Goth Les Paul Studio Chitarra Elettrica con KillPot
|Prezzo consigliato:||EUR 359,00|
|Prezzo:||EUR 324,45 Spedizione gratuita.|
|Risparmi:||EUR 34,55 (10%)|
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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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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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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.
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.
Perhaps you should also replace the nut as mine just snapped...
EPIPHONE FOR LIFE!!!