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LES PAUL Models

  • EPIHONE LES PAUL STANDARD

    Now, the classic look of the ’plain’ maple top is available to go with the classic Les Paul Sound. This understated look is preferred by many Les Paul fanatics. It still has everything you need in a Les Paul: the Solid Mahogany body, Maple top, Alnico V Humbucker pickups and the Tune-o-matic bridge/Stopbar tailpiece combo for monstrous sustain.

  • EPIHONE LES PAUL BLACK BEAUTY


    The Epiphone Les Paul Black Beauty 3 is an electric guitar that sounds amazing and looks great. As its name implies, The Les Paul Black Beauty is the pinnacle of elegance in looks and tone. With its third Humbucking pickup in the middle position, this Custom is well-equipped for amazing delivery of both sound and expression.

  • EPIHONE LES PAUL LP-100


    All the Les Paul features in an affordable bolt-neck version. It features a slimmer body for comfort and hot open-coil Alnico V Humbucker pickups on a carved top with full controls.

  • EPIPHONE LES PAUL STANDARD ROYALE


    The Les Paul Standard Royale has all the classic features of an Epiphone Les Paul but with a gold pickguard, gold covered Alnico Classic Humbuckers, gold Grover® machine heads, gold strap button, gold LockTone™ Tune-o-matic bridge and gold LockTone™ Stopbar tailpiece.

  • EPIHONE LES PAUL ULTRA II


    First, the new Ultra-II is all Les Paul. It’s pair of Alnico Classic magnetic humbucking pickups combined with traditional LP design let’s you rock like legendary Les Paul players. However, the Ultra’s body is strategically chambered to not only reduce the weight, but to add subtle acoustic overtones. Taking advantage of this design, Epiphone teamed up with the premier German acoustic pickup maker, Shadow to take the Ultra to the next level. The result is the Ultra-II.

Steel String Guitars

  • EPIPHONE HUMMINGBIRD

    The classic of classic acoustics, the Hummingbird is instantly recognizable, both in look and it’s warm acoustic sound. Made from Mahogany back and sides, with a Solid Spruce top that actually improves with age, it’s easy to see and hear why this guitar has become a legend.

SG Models

  • EPIPHONE SG G400


    This Epiphone G-400 is truly one of the best values in the guitar industry. Every serious guitar player wants an SG, and here’s a real one that sounds as good as it looks. Epiphone’s G-400 has been one of the best-selling set-neck guitars in the world for years and perhaps the most famous version of the guitar that for seven years in the 1960’s, actually replaced the Les Paul body shape! The G-400 from Epiphone is truly the SG that you think of when you think "SG".

Heavy Guitars

  • EPIPHONE GOTHIC EXPLORER 1958

    The Epiphone Goth 1958 Explorer Hardtail Electric Guitar is made for heavy riffs. Dual Alnico Classic humbuckers give it tonal depth and dark appointments enhance its sinister vibe: black chrome hardware, rosewood fretboard with side markers, and a black satin finish. Mahogany body and neck. XII inlay at the 12th fret. LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for more sustain and easier string changing,. The master tone control has an innovative integrated killswitch/tone pot that lets you create sonic strobe effects. The oft-imitaded EXP design is all blacked out in Black Satin finish with black hardware, but this is the real thing with blazing open-coil Humbucker pickups.

  • EPIPHONE EXPLORER GT


    When it was first unveiled in 1958 as part of the Modernist series, the Explorer was the most radical electric guitar the world had ever seen. At the time, it was way ahead of the game, and just too extreme for most players to handle. Come the heavy rock of the ’60s and metal of the ’70s, however, and the revitalized Explorer proved itself the most popular design on the market. Now Epiphone brings you a hot, new twist on this iconic model in the form of the Explorer GT. Featuring a slightly smaller and lighter-weight mahogany body (scaled down by about 85%), this new GT is the most comfortable Explorer yet, but its sound remains huge and totally in-your-face, thanks to a slightly longer 25.5” scale length that yields the fullest, firmest lows you’ve ever heard from an Explorer, and two supercharged U.S.A.-designed pickups that translate it all like never before.

Semi Acoustic Models (ES)

  • EPIPHONE SEMIACOUSTIC DOT ROYALE

    The Dot Royale is Epiphone’s salute to the ES-335 with gold Alnico Classic Humbucker pickups, gold Epiphone pickguard, gold Grover® machine heads, gold strap button, gold LockTone™ Tune-o-matic bridge and LockTone™ Stopbar tailpiece.

  • EPIPHONE TOM DELONGE ES-333

    This semi-acoustic guitar features a maple/birch body, mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, and a Gibson Dirty Fingers humbucker. This Gibson pickup is an extreme-output unit designed for more of everything with much more clarity and volume than a traditional humbucker and an aggressive, wide response. The Gibson Dirty Fingers pickup comes with a 4-conductor lead and is wax-potted to eliminate unwanted microphonic feedback.

  • EPIPHONE THE DOT ES335


    The ES semi-hollow body guitars from Gibson first appeared in 1958. Since then the ES 335 ’Dot’ has been a must-have guitar in every arsenal. Our version, the Epiphone Dot makes this icon guitar available to players everywhere. It features twin Humbucker pickups and the Tune-o-matic bridge/Stopbar tailpiece combo more great tone and sustain.

  • EPIPHONE SEMIACOUSTIC WILDKAT ROYALE


    The Wildkat Royale features all gold hardware, including gold historic metal Epiphone name "badge" on the headstock, gold Epiphone P-90 Classic pickups, gold Grover® machine heads, gold strap button, and a one-of-a-kind gold B70 licensed Bigsby® vibrato.

  • EPIPHONE SHERATON II


    Fully-appointed and a dream to play, our renowned Sheraton II was the weapon of choice by the “Boogie Man” himself, John Lee Hooker. Now you can make your own “mojo” with this classic semi-hollow body guitar combining the sustain of a solid-body and the warmth of a hollow-body.

  • EPIPHONE BB KING LUCILLE


    You can own a legendary guitar. The Lucille, designed by the man himself, is a semi-hollowbody with no F-holes, and therefore a unique, unmistakable voice. It also features a TP-6 fine-tuning tailpiece, two Humbucker pickups, Vari-tone switch, and stereo outputs. Her name is inlaid on the headstock, just as B.B. King insists.