Epiphone Les Paul Express E
Epiphone Les Paul Express E
Epiphone Les Paul Express E
Epiphone Les Paul Express E

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Epiphone Les Paul Express E

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Pickup currently unavailable at 2769 19th Street Southeast

Epiphone Les Paul Express E

2769 19th Street Southeast

Pickup currently unavailable

2769 19th Street Southeast
Salem OR 97302
United States

5036898372

A Travel-sized Les Paul

The Les Paul Express solidbody electric guitar captures the look, sound, and feel of its full-sized namesake - in a package so small a 3-year-old could play it. Also the perfect size for travel, you'll find that the 22" scale length on the Les Paul Express is remarkably comfortable to play, especially for players with small hands. Sporting a mahogany body and a okoume neck, the Les Paul Express's modest high-end bite offsets its looser string tension. Since it's topped off with two crunchy humbuckers, you'll love the tone of the Epiphone Les Paul Express electric guitar! Sweetwater Sales Engineers are highly trained guitar experts, so if you're thinking about buying your first guitar, call us - we'll be happy to help you on your musical journey!

Epiphone Les Paul Express Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:

  • Unique design features ensure big tone in a pint-sized package
  • Smaller size is perfect for beginners
  • Who plays Les Pauls?

Unique design features ensure big tone in a pint-sized package

Fitting classic Les Paul tone into a mighty mouse guitar isn't easy, so Epiphone has incorporated some unique design features into the Les Paul Express. Like its forebear, the Les Paul Express's body is made of resonant mahogany. The neck, however, is composed of okoume rather than mahogany. The Les Paul Express also features a fixed bridge in order to ensure that the smaller instrument has adequate sustain.

Smaller size is perfect for beginners

Beginning guitarists will love the Les Paul Express's compact design. It has a just-right feel when sitting down and isn't too heavy when played standing. And whether you're buying your first electric guitar or helping someone else start their musical journey, why would you want to just get something to play on for six months, then get a "good" one?