Epiphone Les Paul Studio Goth!
Electric Guitar Review!
Epiphone Les Paul Studio Goth
Heavy metal is more than just a kind of music.
It’s a lifestyle.
You don’t see any true metalheads that rock their grungy stuff on the weekends and then show up on Monday morning looking clean-cut and walking the straight-and-narrow.
Again, it’s a lifestyle.
That’s why there are such beautifully foreboding creations as the Epiphone Les Paul Studio Goth guitar.
It has all the great things that a regular Les Paul sports, and more; it’s set up to scream and moan and growl.
In addition, there is an edge to the appearance of this guitar that can’t be denied.
There is no need to spend every dime you have on a “true” Gibson Gothic guitar…save the money for another tattoo.
Epiphone has come up with a mean electric guitar that is actually affordable.
The Epiphone Les Paul Studio Goth is one of four wicked guitars in their own Gothic line, and they’re every bit as mean as they look, with their satin black finish.
They look incredible up on a stage.
The guitars in the Epiphone Gothic Series are the:
- LP Studio Goth
These guitars all offer a solid mahogany body and neck with two humbucker pickups.
The neck is a classic 50’s style that’s fast and comfortable. All the hardware is good quality.
There is a Celtic cross adorning the headstock and a Roman numeral twelve (XII) marking the twelfth fret.
Everything is black, even the hardware.
Reviewers agree, the sound of the Goth Studio is pure hard rock…the mahogany body and powerful pickups give you tone that just goes on forever.
There aren’t many guitars that can handle a metal riff and a raw ballad, and this is one of those few.
It’s a versatile guitar that sounds good with whatever you want to put through it, but it sounds best rocking hard.
If you are a country star or a jazz king, you probably want to look elsewhere.
Another good thing about this model is that it can take some abuse.
There isn’t a heavy metal guitarist alive that doesn’t put his guitar through Hell, and this one can take the heat and still sing about it.
The solid, well-made body can be dropped onto a concrete floor and never even need re-tuned…not that I recommend throwing around a guitar just to see what it can handle.
The point is, you don’t have to be delicate with the Epiphone Les Paul Goth Studio.
Rock on…it’ll keep up.
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