Epiphone Les Paul Muse

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About Epiphone Les Paul Muse

The Epiphone Les Paul Muse is a unique take on the all time classic model that has inspired generations of guitar players. The Les Paul attitude is very much still present here in its distinctive style and shape but a number of player focused features have been incorporated to produce this characteristic model. All of this has been executed with Epiphone's excellent craft and high quality.

A chambered lightweight body is a great asset to any player. It is a real advantage to those who play for extended periods of time or often need to transport their instrument. A belly scarf is something else that you wouldn't normally expect to see but the extra comfort from this is excellent.

A number of superb Metallic finishes are available, each of them giving off a different vibe. From Purple Passion to Wanderlust Green, a whole range of options cover all tastes. For those who prefer the more classic look, there is an option of Jet Black or Pearl White. These kinds of finishes are not usually seen at this price point so they really are something special.

Why Should I Choose Epiphone Les Paul Muse?

  • They have an incredible range of tonal variety
  • A range of highly unique and eye catching finishes
  • Ideal for any player that values tone as much as comfort

Frequently Asked Questions about Epiphone Les Paul Muse

While they still have the classic Les Paul body shape they also have a number of unique features. The Metallic finishes certainly make them stand out and the belly scarf is something not usually found on a Les Paul. It makes for very comfortable playing over prolonged periods.
They feature great pickups as well as coil splitting, phase controls and a treble bleed circuit. All of this comes together to produce a number of tones that are suitable for any style so you can record any style of music you want with the confidence that the guitar will sound great.
Coil-splitting allows the humbucker pickups to be 'split', essentially turning them into a single coil. This opens up more tonal options and the ability to easily switch between them.