What do you get when you combine a Les Paul or a Flying-V, with a Marshall™ amp and Zakk Wylde? You get the NEW Epiphone Les Paul Pee Wee and Les Paul Vee Wee "Zakk Pakk" with everything you need to rock out in style and make a mighty sound from a small package! Sure, the half-size guitars with Zakk's signature "bullseye" graphics look super cool but grab one of these little guitars, plug in the included cord, crank up the battery-powered Marshall MS-4ZW Micro Full Stack amplifier and stand back.
It's a Real Les Paul!
Epiphone is famous for their high-quality and affordable guitars. And now, they've taken these same famous designs and turned them into half size guitars that are perfect for smaller players or as travel guitars. The PeeWee features a full-size neck width just like a regular guitar. The PeeWee is also equipped with an Epiphone 700T humbucker pickup for real rock tone without the noise associated with single-coil pickups. Add to that 21 medium-jumbo frets, a rosewood fingerboard, an adjustable bridge and deluxe 14:1 ratio covered tuners, and you've got a guitar that will keep you rockin' for years to come.
What a Combo!
Most guitarists agree that the perfect marriage in rock is a humbucker-equipped guitar plugged into a Marshall stack. We agree! That's why these Zakk Pakks include a Marshall's MS-4ZW micro full stack amplifier. The MS-4ZW may look small but don't let size fool you. This is the best sounding mini-amp you can get. Packing real Marshall tone, this mighty micro has separate Volume, Gain and Tone controls combined with two speaker cabinets. Plug in your PeeWee and you won't believe the sound coming from this 9-3/4" high powerhouse. Other features include a tilt-back stand and a headphone output so you won't wake the neighbors. And, the headphone output can even be used to drive an external power amp.
ncluded with the PeeWee and amplifier is a 10' cord, gigbag with accessory pocket, 2" wide nylon strap and three (3) medium picks. So, nothing else is needed to get you started playing just like Zakk Wylde.