Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO

The Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO comes with a mahogany body, a maple veneer top and a mahogany neck with a rosewood fingerboard. It has binding on the body and fingerboard. The neck in glued in the body, it has a 1950’s rounded “C” profile shape, a 24.75″ scale length, a 12″ fingerboard radius, 22 medium jumbo frets and pearloid trapezoid inlays.

Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO

The pickups in the Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO are both (neck and bridge) Epiphone P-90 PRO, they are very responsive pickups, they notice everything, change from a thick to medium pick and your sound completely changes. Two volume knobs and two tone knobs. Locktone tune-o-matic bridge, nickel hardware and Epiphone “Deluxe” tunning machines. There is an option of getting the Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO with a hard case.

It comes in 3 different finishes:

  • Metallic GoldTop
  • Chicago Blue
  • Ebony

Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO

 

Specifications:

  • Body Material: Mahogany
  • Top Material: Maple Veneer
  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Neck Shape: 1950’s, Rounded “C” Profile
  • Neck Joint: Glued In
  • Truss Rod: Adjustable
  • Scale Length: 24.75″
  • Fingerboard Material: Rosewood with pearloid Trapezoid inlays
  • Neck Pickup: Epiphone P-90 PRO™ pickup
  • Bridge Pickup: Epiphone P-90 PRO™ pickup
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12″
  • Frets: 22; medium-jumbo
  • Bridge: LockTone™ Tune-o-matic/Stopbar
  • Hardware: Nickel
  • Machine Heads: Epiphone “Deluxe” 18:1 ratio
  • Optional: Hard Case

Of course, nothing that we or a video can say will be better than going to your local music shop and see and feel and test a Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO by yourself, nothing can be better than your own judgement. With our review, we try to help you make a decision but we always advise you to try the guitar by yourself before buying.

Check the videos below for more information and to hear the different sounds you can get from the Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Standard PRO.



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