Epiphone’s number one selling model is more than just about the price. The Epiphone LP Special II is a great way for beginners to get started on guitar with real Les Paul tone and feel. But seasoned pros love the Special II also because it’s a great-sounding, workhorse guitar that lets them leave their more expensive axes at home.
Superior Materials and Design Makes a Superior Value:
The authentic LP power starts with an all-Mahogany, trademarked Les Paul body with a bolted-on “1960’s SlimTaper™ Mahogany neck featuring a Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlay. The Special II is voiced by a pair of hot open-coil Epiphone 700T and 650R Humbucker pickups, giving it massive, unmistakable Les Paul tone. Like all of Epiphone’s electric guitars, it comes standard-equipped with 500K Ω potentiometers for the master volume and master tone controls, plus Epiphone’s heavy-duty 3-way pickup selector toggle switch and exclusive non-rotating heavy-duty output jack. This value-champ also now features Nickel hardware including the Epiphone LockTone™ locking Tune-o-matic bridge and Stop-bar tailpiece for amazing sustain and even more mind-blowing value. It comes in your choice of Ebony, White, Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Vintage Sunburst finishes and also in a special Wine Red version with black hardware. There is even a left-handed version in Heritage Cherry Sunburst or Vintage Sunburst finishes for southpaws.
Superior Value That’s Worry-free:
The Epiphone LP Special II comes with the famous Epiphone Lifetime Limited Warranty, featuring Gibson 24/7/360 Customer Service and Support and warrants the instrument against defects in materials or workmanship. Grab one at your favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer today.
Epiphone is one of American’s oldest and most revered instrument makers. Since 1873, Epiphone has made instruments for every style of popular music and celebrated its 140th anniversary in 2013. The story of Epiphone begins in the mountains of Greece and threads its way to Turkey, across the Atlantic to the immigrant gateway of Ellis Island, and into the nightclubs, recording studios, and coast-to-coast radio broadcasts of Manhattan in the 1920s and 30s. www.epiphone.com