It's an Epiphone, but it's my first guitar other than a Telecaster from the 60's that my grandfather gave me before he died. I can play a bass, but I can't play a guitar very well at all. I like the Les Paul sound, and it seemed like a good beginner's guitar. I couldn't get the picture to show it's beauty, so this pic doesn't do it justice. Its finish is really glossy, but it looks flat in the photo...
Thanks! I know it's a low end Les Paul, but it really sounds nice.
The Telecaster is kind of a yellowish-cream color with a black pickguard. I don't get it out much because of the sentimental significance, but he always took really good care of his things, so it's in prime condition.
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Unfortunately you both haven't got anything on this guys axe:
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Very nice guitars. I fell in love with Les Pauls when I was in college. My roommate played a Custom very similar to Goon's, except it was left-handed. Even playing it left handed, I knew what a great instrument it was.
I bought a Les Paul Standard for my wife several years ago. I like my Charvel Jackson Model 5 better though.