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Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded 2016 - £399 from £599. Worn Cherry from Richtone Music in Sheffield
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Found 22nd Nov 2016Found 22nd Nov 2016
Gibson USA Les Paul for £399. Limited stock from a great retailer. Can't go wrong for a USA guitar at this price!

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nosluom

this sold out in about 8 minutes, was pointless even posting it



I posted it because it was in stock when I saw it. There was 5 available. It was a hot deal obviously as it sold out quick. THAT was the point in posting it. I liked your comment too. It made me smile.

this sold out in about 8 minutes, was pointless even posting it

johnny182

Oos already



trojan34

damn sold out.


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damn sold out. anybody find similar price elsewhere?

I bought a Gibson epiphone les Paul pro standard 3 years for £450. this is a cracking desk
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Sennheiser HD201 £14.99 @ Rich Tone Music
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Found 5th Nov 2014Found 5th Nov 2014
Cheapest price for a solid set of headphones Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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As did I. Bought a pair for £15 two years ago, bought another pair from Tesco's two months ago for £14 (reduced from £25) Still a good price for a decent pair of headphones though.

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I paid around the same price many years ago.
ESP LTD EC1000 Gold Top Guitar at Rich Tone Music £469, Free Delivery
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Found 17th Oct 2012Found 17th Oct 2012
This is usually around the £750 - £850 margin, so it's a superb price. I used to have an EC1000 in black with EMG pick ups, and it was a cracker (only sold it to get a Les Paul). … Read more
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FrankButchery

The main difference will be cheaper woods and processes used to build it. … The main difference will be cheaper woods and processes used to build it. This is the cheaper version of the ESP Eclipse, which sell for around £1500 to £1700. Spec's wise, theres not a great deal of difference between the ESP Eclipse and the ESP LTD EC1000, it's just in the build quality and finish. If you put this up against an Epiphone Les Paul the difference should be quite noticeable (but the difference between and Epi Les Paul and a GIbbo one is quite huge)Most Les Pauls ship with Gibson Burstbucker pick ups, and if you do a bit of googling about you'll find a lot of people who actually swapped them over for the Seymour Duncan Alnico Pro II. Burstbuckers sound weak to my ears. I have no experience with the Seymours myself, but they are top quality pick ups.My EC1000 was a very good guitar, but ultimately if you want a Gibson Les Paul, save up to get one because i bought one of these and ended up selling it at a loss and buying a Gibson Les Paul.



Thank you; that is the kind of helpful advise that i needed.
Well done and thank you, i will consider saving up and getting the real thing

Original Poster

The main difference will be cheaper woods and processes used to build it. This is the cheaper version of the ESP Eclipse, which sell for around £1500 to £1700. Spec's wise, theres not a great deal of difference between the ESP Eclipse and the ESP LTD EC1000, it's just in the build quality and finish. If you put this up against an Epiphone Les Paul the difference should be quite noticeable (but the difference between and Epi Les Paul and a GIbbo one is quite huge)

Most Les Pauls ship with Gibson Burstbucker pick ups, and if you do a bit of googling about you'll find a lot of people who actually swapped them over for the Seymour Duncan Alnico Pro II. Burstbuckers sound weak to my ears. I have no experience with the Seymours myself, but they are top quality pick ups.

My EC1000 was a very good guitar, but ultimately if you want a Gibson Les Paul, save up to get one because i bought one of these and ended up selling it at a loss and buying a Gibson Les Paul.

Edited by: "FrankButchery" 18th Oct 2012

At full price (£750 - 850), how does this compare to a Gibson Les Paul? What are the pickups like?
In other words, is this really a competitor to those guitars (which are rarely discounted to these levels) or is it really more of a £500 guitar?

Newbie, so sorry if my lack of knowledge is offensive to the hardened guitar heads.

that is beauuuutiful

Good price. Looks too much like my gold sparkle Hagstrom to fork out that much though