Les Paul Nightfall
Les Paul Nightfall
Epiphone's history with legendary guitarist and innovator Les Paul dates back to the early 1940's when Les, working late at night at the Epiphone factory in New York City on 14th St., created perhaps the world's first solidbody electric guitar, better known as "The Log." Les Paul was a tireless innovator and with that same spirit in mind, Epiphone engineers took a page from the Les Paul drawing book and combined those ideas with something new that could cut through today’s edgier sound. The result is the Les Paul Nightfall which has everything Les Paul admired about Epiphone--fearless innovation, value, and great sound. “Epiphone always made a good guitar,” Les liked to say fondly and if Les could have tried the Les Paul Nightfall, even the hard-to-please innovator would have easily changed that declaration to ‘great.’
Time Tested Legendary Design
The Les Paul Nightfall starts with the classic Les Paul Studio design. The Les Paul Studio was an important innovation of Les Paul’s dream guitar. As the name implies, the Les Paul Studio was geared toward studio musicians who desired a basic, unadorned Les Paul weighing slightly less than the heavier on-stage models. Introduced in the early ‘80s, the Les Paul Studio instantly became a favorite for Les Paul lovers of all ages. From that bold yet practical idea, the Les Paul Nightfall veers into the hard rock and metal world for a new super stunning look.

Like every Epiphone, the Epiphone Les Paul Nightfall features a Limited Lifetime warranty backed by world famous 24/7/365 day Gibson Customer Service. Visit an Authorized Epiphone Dealer today and test one out for yourself.
SPECIFICATIONS
Bodymahogany
NeckHard maple, Hand-set,
Scale24.75”
Fingerboardrosewood with inlay on 12th fret
Fingerboard Radius12”
Nut Width1.68”
PickupsEMG HZ-4, HZ-4A
ControlsNeck Volume, Neck Tone, Bridge Volume, Bridge Tone
TailpieceFloyd Rose Special
Machine HeadsGrover®
Colorebony (EB)
StringsD’Addario® 10, 13, 17, 26, 36, 46
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