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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus Pro

$425
$407 Off List Price, Free Shipping Cont. USA Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plustop PRO MSRP: $832.00 “Street Price”: $519.00 Your Price: $425.00 You Save: $407.00 With ProBucker Pickups and Coil-Tapping Out of all of Les Paul's many achievements; inventor, guitarist, and hit recording artist, Les is most beloved among musicians for inspiring the Les Paul Standard, one of the...
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1999 Epiphone Jack Cassady Signature Bass

$650
Ebony finish. With OHSC. GOOD condition. Deep, articulate tone and classic semi-hollowbody style are the hallmarks of the Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass. The maple body, mahogany center block, set maple neck, and rosewood fretboard conspire to create a sweet-playing bass you won't want to put down. Has a single low-impedance JCB-1 humbucker with VariTone control, as well as traditional...
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Epiphone Elitist Les Paul '57

$999
A beautifuly crafted MIJ Epiphone Elitist Les Paul ’57 Goldtop Electric. A hard maple top on a mahogany back into a set mahogany neck. Bound Rosewood finger board with Parallelogram fretboard inlays. A 50SR Humbucker in the neck and a 60ST in the bridge w/ a 3-way p-up selector. The comfy 1 11/16 nut width on the neck feels great. In Very Good condition less some harder to see dings and dents...
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Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Limited Edition Les Paul

$699
Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Limited Edition Les Paul Electric Guitar (with Case), Pelham Blue - $699 From Epiphone comes the Joe Bonamassa Les Paul featuring genuine Gibson Burstbucker (tm) pick-ups and built to the exact specifications of the American bluesman himself. Modeled after the classic Les Pauls of the late '50s, the Bonamassa is loaded with enough custom improvements to send your solos...
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1997 Epiphone by Gibson Les Paul Model

$395
This is a Epiphone by Gibson Les Paul Model made in August, 1997 at the Unsung, Korea Plant. It is in fine condition and will arrive ready to play. The finish shows essentially no wear and appears to have been played little. It comes with gold Gibson USA humbuckers which is a nice plus. The remaining hardware is all chrome. The scale is 24 ¾ inch and the nut is 1 7/8inch. It has low, fast...
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2014 Epiphone Limited Edition Matt Heafy Les Paul Custom-7

$495
Ebony gloss finish and designed in collaboration with Epiphone and Trivium's Matt Heafy. The Limited Edition Matt Heafy Les Paul Custom 7-string features a mahogany body with maple veneer, and a 1960s slim-taper neck profile, glued in a deep-set neck joint with "Axcess" heel. It has a bound ebony fingerboard with pearloid block inlays, 22 medium jumbo frets, and active EMG pickups voiced...
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1961 Epiphone Coronet SB-533

$4,250
1961 Coronet - Epiphone Kalamazoo's Version Of The Les Paul SG Junior. 1961 Epiphone Coronet SB-533. This lightweight guitar weighs in at just 5.80 lbs. and has a nice, fat nut width of just over 1 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Double-cut solid mahogany 'slab' body with two rounded horns. One-piece mahogany neck with a very fast medium-to-thin profile....
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1980 Gibson The Paul

$799

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
1980 Gibson 'The Paul' electric guitar - body and neck are Walnut - in natural finish in overall very good condition, serial number 810608xx made in usa, ships with gigbag. The Paul may be the most under-rated solid body Gibson ever made. Every single one of these we've ever had sounded and played great, period. Very very simple design, simple and great tone. Very thin finish on this...
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1955 RCA 77D

$2,500
This mic was just rebuilt by 87 year old Clarence Kane of Enak Microphones in New Jersey to original RCA specifications. Mr Kane’s customers have included Les Paul, Chet Atkins and Pixar Animation Studios. Kane still uses the same repair bench he worked at 40 years ago in RCA’s broadcast division facility in Camden, N.J. and he has all the original RCA factory tools to make ribbons and service...
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