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Epiphone Les Paul Traditional PRO-II™
Featuring Coil-Splitting, 15 db Boost, and Alnico Classic PRO™ & ProBucker™ Pickups
Epiphone introduces the new Les Paul Traditional PRO-II™ featuring the ultimate combo of Alnico Classic PRO™ and ProBucker™ humbuckers with coil-splitting for an incredible range of tones. Plus a 15db boost switch along with new color finishes! EXCLUSIVE – Available at selected retailers.

Epiphone and Mr. Les Paul

The idea for the “Les Paul” guitar was born at Epiphone and Les’ spirit of innovation still inspires us everyday. Epiphone’s long friendship with Mr. Les Paul dates back to 1940 when Les, working after-hours at the original Epiphone factory in Manhattan, created one of the world’s first solid body electric guitars which he nicknamed “The Log”.
  • Coil-splitting with Boost Switch
  • Historic mahogany Les Paul body
  • Open coil Alnico Classic PRO™, Pro-Bucker™ pickups
  • Grover™ machine heads
  • EXCLUSIVE – Available at selected retailers
Body Mahogany
Neck Mahogany
Neck Profile 1960s SlimTaper™; D profile
Neck JointGlued-In
Truss RodAdjustable
Scale Length24.75"
Fingerboard Materialmother-of-pearl Trapezoid inlays
Neck PickupEpiphone Alnico Classic PRO™ Humbucker (4-wire)
Bridge PickupEpiphone ProBucker-3™ Humbucker (4-wire)
Controls3-way Pickup Selector
Neck Pickup Volume with push/pull coil-tapping
Bridge Pickup Volume with push/pull coil-tapping
Neck Pickup Tone
Bridge Pickup Tone with 15dB "BOOST" (Active)
9V Battery compartment on back
BindingFingerboard - 1 ply (cream)
Body - 1 ply (cream)
Frets 22; medium-jumbo
BridgeLockTone™ Tune-o-matic
Tailpiece Stopbar
Machine HeadsGrover™; 18:1 ratio
Features"2016" Edition logo on back of headstock
Finish Top = Gloss;  Back = Worn
Optional Hard Case  
Service1-800-4GIBSON (1-800-444-2766), service@gibson.com
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