Welcome in the beastly Epiphone Jerry Cantrell Prophecy Les Paul Custom! Built to Jerry's exact specifications, this axe has a double-bound mahogany solidbody with a maple top and Ultra Modern weight relief, a custom neck profile on the mahogany neck and an ebony fingerboard. The custom-voiced Fishman Fluence pickups cover a wide range of tones — shaped using the push/pull volume control.

This guitar is in Near Mint condition, as there are no particular issues to be noticed whatsoever — it's almost like this instrument has never been played before. There is an estimated 99% of fret life remaining thanks to the stainless steel frets. Rock out like the legend Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains himself — the wicked Epiphone Jerry Cantrell Prophecy Les Paul Custom is available now at Replay Guitar Exchange!

As always, feel free to contact our store for more details, or with any questions.

Weight: 8 lbs. 2 oz.
Neck material: mahogany
Scale length: 24.75"
Nut width: 1.693"
Fingerboard radius: 12"
Neck shape: custom Cantrell taper
Fingerboard material: ebony
Frets: 24, extra jumbo stainless steel
Country of origin: China
Hard shell case included
Replay Guitar Exchange

Replay Guitar Exchange

Very Good
8 Years
Replay Guitar Exchange
Any Staff Member
Tampa, Florida
1:19 AM
Monday - Friday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday: Closed

We accept all major credit cards and PayPal via our website, telephone, or in-store. We also offer no-interest financing options such as PayPal (on-line) and Synchrony Credit (in-store).

Free shipping on all orders! We ship to the continental US only --no international shipping. We typically ship via UPS Ground, but some smaller packages (like strings) will go US Postal Service.

You may return your purchase for a full refund within 14 days provided it is returned in the same condition with the original packaging, accessories, and documentation. Otherwise, a re-stocking fee may be assessed. Buyer is responsible for return shipping unless we have made some type of error.