Bring Epiphone Home For the Holidays

Ok, it's the 11th hour and your scrambling. Or--better yet--an aunt you never knew decided to pad your usually-empty holiday card with just enough change to get a new guitar. What to do?  Epiphone to the rescue, of course!

We've been telling you about some seriously great holiday happenings at Epiphone but in the whirl of activity this time of year, we don't blame you if you've been in the dark.  Allow us to turn on the light.

Bring Epiphone Home For the Holidays First, there's the '62 Collection, which pays tribute to a key year in Epiphone's spectacular history with a one-of-a-kind limited reissue of three Epiphone classics.

The 1962 Collection features the 50th Anniversary "1962" Sorrento E452TDN Outfit in Natural and Royal Olive, the 50th Anniversary "1962" Sheraton E212TV Outfit in Cherry, Natural, and Vintage Sunburst with both the classic Frequensator™ tailpiece and the historic Tremotone™ tremelo, and the 50th Anniversary "1962" Crestwood Custom SB332 Outfit in Cherry. Both the Sheraton and the Sorrento feature Gibson USA mini-humbuckers.

Bring Epiphone Home For the Holidays Also, check out our Holiday Sale featuring 25 of some of our most legendary instruments including Les Pauls, SGs, and Thunderbird basses for under $300z.

Then there's the Les Paul Player Pack, a perfect gift for the new guitarist. The Pack includes a genuine Epiphone Les Paul Special-II LTD guitar featuring two classic humbucker pickups and a 10-watt Electar guitar amp with a 10ft guitar cable. Epiphone also includes a clip-on headstock chromatic tuner, a guitar strap, medium picks, and an easy-to-carry gigbag.

Bring Epiphone Home For the Holidays And best of all for new players, the Les Paul Player Pack comes with free downloadable guitar lessons from eMedia covering rock, blues, folk, country, hard rock, metal, and everything in-between.

Speaking of Les, Epiphone's history with legendary guitarist and innovator Les Paul dates back to the early 1940s when Les, working nights at the Epiphone factory on 14th Street in New York City, created one of the first solid body electric guitars, better known as "The Log."

Over the next 15 years, Les continued to develop his dream guitar that would "sustain for days" and in the late '50s, the historic Gibson and Epiphone factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan produced the Les Paul Standard, the world's #1 electric guitar. And up to the end of his life, Les was still working with Gibson and Epiphone engineers on new ideas for pickups, electronics, and radical new ways to put more power into the hands of guitarists.

Bring Epiphone Home For the Holidays The Les Paul is the guitar that never goes out of style.  And we make them like we always have--same molds, same magnets, same wood, same everything---only better! Check out our special holiday offer featuring four versions of the world's #1 electric perfect for any budget and any player. Choose between the Les Paul Special II, the Les Paul 100, the Les Paul Standard Plus, and the Les Paul Custom PRO which Les himself would have admired since it goes well with either a white or a black tuxedo.

Visit Epiphone.com for more details. And see you for more surprises in 2013! Have a happy and safe holiday from all of us at Epiphone in Nashville, TN and around the world!