Authentic LP style and performance! The Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Custom Lite features a chambered body and boasting a set of Epiphone's versatile Alnico Classic humbuckers, the Les Paul Custom Lite would serve as an excellent live performance workhorse. Finished in a classy Alpine White color and featuring luxurious gold hardware - the Les Paul Custom Lite certainly looks the part too!
The Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Custom Lite Features
- Classic '50s era “tuxedo” weight-relieved Les Paul body
- Epiphone Alnico Classic humbuckers
- Grover 18:1 ratio machine heads
- Silky-smooth Ebony fingerboard
The legendary Les Paul formula remains intact with the Custom Lite, with its signature all-Mahogany construction. Giving the instrument its rich, signature sound; the Custom Lite's weight-relieved chambered body not only makes the guitar lighter and more comfortable to play onstage, but also enhances resonance for an airier sound with a broader frequency response.
A glued-in, set neck construction ensures brilliant sustain, and the Custom Lite's neck is carved to the ever-popular "Slim Taper" D-shaped profile that modern players simply love. Adorned with a sleek Ebony fingerboard, this material adds plenty of brightness to the guitar's overall tonality and feels silky-smooth under the fingers.
The Limited Edition Les Paul Custom Lite is powered by two of Epiphone's critically-acclaimed Alnico Classic humbuckers. Made with Alnico-V magnets, these models provide a slightly higher output than vintage pickups, with livelier mids and highs. The bridge humbucker is a Classic Plus, which has a hotter sound that can handle large amounts of gain without breaking a sweat!
Hardware appointments on the Les Paul Custom Lite are also top-notch. With a non-rotating, heavy-duty output jack; this thoughtful addition ensures firm contact between your instrument cable and the guitar's electronics for reliable operation. The classic "LockTone" tune-o-matic bridge and stop bar tailpiece combination guarantees sublime intonation, while the Grover tuners enable precise tuning with their 18:1 ratio.