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Epiphone Tommy Thayer Les Paul Electric Blue Electric Guitar (with Case)

Epiphone Tommy Thayer Les Paul Electric Blue Electric Guitar (with Case)

Kiss all other guitars goodbye -- there's only one good enough for Tommy Thayer! This Electric Blue LP was made to be seen under the brightest stage lights.

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Submitted July 24, 2020 by James H in STATEN ISLAND, NY
"Amazing finish!!"
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Beautiful guitar, fantastic pickups, smooth fingerboard & amazing color. This is my 3rd Epiphone Les Paul & I'm not disappointed. I had some issues though as I had to return 3 of them before finally getting a perfect one on the 4th try. The staff at zZounds was great though & we finally got it all sorted out. I love how this guitar looks & sounds. The Indian Laurel fretboard pleasantly surprised me with how smooth it is & it's a darker shade of wood that I like for a fretboard. Pictures do not do this guitar justice, the electric blue color with the sparkles throughout really has to be seen in person to be appreciated. A great Les Paul!!!
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Submitted October 4, 2020 by Scott P in Fort Wayne, IN
"Love this guitar"
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Ordered this guitar from zZounds and it was delivered quickly. Being a huge Kiss fan I had to have this guitar. I was blown away by the finish. The neck and fret board were perfect. No sharp edges and no fret buzz. The only negative was that the pickup switch was broken and the coa was missing. I contacted Gibson support and they had the issues corrected within a week. No regrets on this purchase. The Seymour Duncan's sound really good clean, but blew me away with distortion. Love playing this guitar. Thank you zZounds for having an awesome selection of gear, great customer service, and payment plans.
Musical Background:
Beginner
Musical Style:
Rock, blues, and metal
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Submitted February 25, 2021 by Wallace Brown in Seattle, WA
"A great guitar with a minor tweak"
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Looks wise- I’ve never seen a cooler finish. The case is well made and looks great as well. Needed a set up but that’s to be expected. My only gripe was identical humbuckers... a weird choice but easily remedied with a zebra Duncan jazz in the neck and now it sings.
Musical Background:
Punk rock and roll
Musical Style:
Punk rock and roll with a blend of nonsensical blues
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Submitted September 10, 2020 by Joe L in Lowell, MA
"Amazing look, okay guitar."
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Definitely overpriced, but then again, you’re paying for the name and the free guitars Tommy Thayer’s getting out of the deal.It claims to have two Seymour Duncan Jazz Bridge pickups. Those are my favorite pickup, I already have them in two other guitars, and to me, the sound out of this doesn’t feel like them.It does feel a bit cheaply made, even compared to the Epiphone Wilshire I own, which is another artist model and was three hundred bucks cheaper than this.I don’t know if it was damaged in shipping or was already broken, but my neck pickup does not function. Switching to the middle is noisy and thin and the neck position is a killswitch.The bridge pickup has some wiring issues as well, the volume pot actually has to be backed off slightly from 100% before it will work. I don’t want to go through the process of returning it for repairs or replacement. I’m not good at wiring my own stuff but it’d be easier to bring it to a local guy. Especially if shipping was the issue to begin with. The control knobs don’t feel like the were placed in properly, either, they’re uneven and wobbly, not flush with the body at all.The only reason to buy it is the finish, and it does look great. The chrome hardware is also quite snazzy, far more mirrored than usual.I don’t know if it’s $800+ worth of great, probably not.I don’t regret buying this but I also wouldn’t buy it again, if that makes any sense to you.
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Submitted January 6, 2021 by William P
"Excellent Epiphone"
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This is a amazing epiphone. Beautiful finish aside, the neck profile is so comfortable, and the Seymour Duncan’s are outstanding. I would highly recommend this for anyone looking for anew Les Paul.
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Submitted January 8, 2021 by William P in North Kingstown, RI
"Best Epiphone Les Paul I’ve ever played."
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Beautiful finish aside, this guitar just shines in every way. The Seymour Duncan’s sound absolutely stellar on this, and the neck profile is so comfortable. If you’re looking for a new Les Paul, I would highly recommend this. 5/5!
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Submitted June 24, 2020 by Frank S in Farmingdale, NY
"A toy, not a real playable instrument"
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This is a novelty guitar. Epiphones are good for what they are but this is a real stinker. Yes it does look incredible and the paint is top notch, but guitar itself is cheap with plastic finish and about $350 over what it should be. And also note no certification is coming with this batch. I was very disappointed. Any entry level Gibson or prs would destroy this in quality , maybe not looks .
Sound
It’s sounds very thin and cheap
Features
Awesome finish but it’s not a quality guitar
Ease of Use
Ok
Quality
Chinese guitars have come a long way, but the reason Gibson cost so much more is quality woods electronics
Value
Worth $450-$500 max not $849
Manufacturer Support
Horrible
The Wow Factor
The finish is incredible over cheap wood. A epiphone will Never match a USA Gibson in anyway no matter how many parts are changed
Musical Background:
Professional musician
Musical Style:
Rock, pop Christian rock
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