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I went to a store and saw the Epiphone Les Paul 100. I thought that it was a good guitar and it sounded good, however I still a beginner and don't know much about this particular guitar. I was wondering you guys can give me your feedback on the Epiphone Les Paul 100.

thanks very much.
 

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lordmorg said:
I went to a store and saw the Epiphone Les Paul 100. I thought that it was a good guitar and it sounded good, however I still a beginner and don't know much about this particular guitar. I was wondering you guys can give me your feedback on the Epiphone Les Paul 100.

thanks very much.

why dont you look at http://www.hammguitars.com

much better than an epiphone and better priced too.
 

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My advice: save for a LP Studio or LP Classic. The rest have like, alder and mahogany bodies which to me is just plain weird and I, personally don't like the sound of them... my friend has a LP Standard and it feels OK but the sound is bad. He even replaced the bridge pickup with a Dimarzio D-Sonic hoping it would improve, didn't work too well.
 

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I had an epiphone LP-100. They're ok... like better than a starter package guitar... but not alot. Pretty thin sounding, mine had, again, just ok action and intonation.
 

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A friend of mine has an LP-100 and loves it.
However; his guitar is a made in Korea example that was made 7 or 8 years ago.
It has an engraved neckplate that says Epiphone by Gibson.
These are the good ones.
The current Chinese production LP-100's are nothing like the Korean-made guitars.
The friends has a very slim neck with fantastic action for chording.
Try to find a used one if you must have that particular Epi.
 
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