The Les Paul Story On NPR If you're an Epiphone fan, then you're a Les Paul fan--that is, both the man and his namesake guitar.  Check out the recent NPR interview with Science Friday host Ira Flatow and Sue Baker of the Les Paul Foundation on all things Les Paul including Les' many inventions from the harmonica holder to the prototype solid body electric guitar Les made from railroad ties at the Epiphone factory in Manhattan.

"You can find out a lot by going to the Les Paul Foundation website, which is," Baker told NPR. "We keep putting more things on all the time. I was fortunate enough to have become good friends with him the last 10 years of his life, and I so admired his attitude towards life. He had an attitude of if something got in his way, it wasn't a poor me."  Ain't that the truth!

Hear and read the full story here.
And remember what Les said: play loud!