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Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar (Wine Red) EXPIRED

mryanbrown 1,874 692 January 7, 2016 at 08:21 AM in Musical Instruments (4) More Guitar Center Deals
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Promoted 01-07-2016 by johnny_miller at 02:31 PM View Original Post
Guitar Center has Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar (Wine Red) for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks mryanbrown

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Written by johnny_miller

Great price for a quality entry level guitar.

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Edited January 7, 2016 at 10:31 AM by mlacey3
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This one is in stock and wont take 3-5 months to deliver unlike Musician's Friend
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GC and MF same company.
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How is this for a beginner? I want it to play Rocksmith
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Quote from Artificial--Kobe View Post :
How is this for a beginner? I want it to play Rocksmith

per the website:



Epiphone's #1 selling model LP Special II is a great way for beginners to get started on guitar while getting the feel and tone of a Les Paul. Seasoned pros will also love the Special II because it's a great-sounding workhorse of a guitar that allows them to leave their more expensive axes at home
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Solid price on an entry level guitar.
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I was about to suggest this to a friend who's looking for a beginner axe, but then saw the EC10. I'd go that route instead, personally

http://www.guitarcenter.com/ESP/E....gc?pfm=sp
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man, 2016 is shaping up to be a busy do stuff year!
a career, some new tools and musical instruments with a family and kids?
Who's got time for all of this?
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Quote from Artificial--Kobe View Post :
How is this for a beginner? I want it to play Rocksmith
this is a great guitar for a beginner, at least in terms of setup and cost. There aren't many bells and whistles or high-end features but its a solid guitar and for 100 bucks thats all you can really ask. I'd recommend it, im thinking about getting another just because lol
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Quote from Everlong View Post :
I was about to suggest this to a friend who's looking for a beginner axe, but then saw the EC10. I'd go that route instead, personally

http://www.guitarcenter.com/ESP/E....gc?pfm=sp
why so?
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Quote from finzz2dlft View Post :
per the website:



Epiphone's #1 selling model LP Special II is a great way for beginners to get started on guitar while getting the feel and tone of a Les Paul. Seasoned pros will also love the Special II because it's a great-sounding workhorse of a guitar that allows them to leave their more expensive axes at home
I learned to play on the Les Paul Special II over 15 years ago, and I still have it. It's perfect for beginners.
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Quote from AlwaysSaving View Post :
why so?
It's the same guitar, essentially, it just is geared toward an "edgier" crowd.
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Quote from AlwaysSaving View Post :
why so?
I also want to know why. the Epi is mahogany and the ESP is basswood. must be in the pick ups? I have an older LP special and love it though.
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Quote from jigelow View Post :
It's the same guitar, essentially, it just is geared toward an "edgier" crowd.
A little chunkier Rock
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Quote from Everlong View Post :
I was about to suggest this to a friend who's looking for a beginner axe, but then saw the EC10. I'd go that route instead, personally

http://www.guitarcenter.com/ESP/E....gc?pfm=sp
what are the main differences between the two are?
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