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Electric Guitars Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar Smokehouse Burst

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Solidbody Guitar with Mahogany Body, Maple Veneer Top, Mahogany Neck, Pau Ferro Fretboard and 2 Humbuckers

The Epiphone Les Paul Studio IG proves that a lightweight electric can punch above its class. Gibson’s original model made its debut in 1983. Essentially a Les Paul with less flash, it was designed for studio musicians who were primarily concerned with sound and playability. The Studio IG, however, leaves nothing to be desired. It’s got the tones and the looks to wow in any arena.


The mahogany body features Epiphone’s Modern Weight Relief, a process that removes less wood than a fully-chambered guitar, while reducing resonances that lead to feedback. Topped in gloss maple, the Les Paul Studio IG will shine under stage lights.

The mahogany neck has a slim taper designed for speed. Classic trapezoid inlays line the Indian laurel fretboard, which has a 12” radius.

The Epiphone Les Paul Studio IG is loaded with dual Epiphone Classic Pro ACPNHB humbuckers. They deliver the traditional tonal characteristics of alnico, but with a higher, more modern output. Grover Rotomatic tuners offer rock-solid reliability for super stable tuning. A fixed bridge and stopbar tailpiece combo contribute to keep the strings in tune during the heaviest of bends. 


  • The Epiphone Les Paul Studio is a modern take on a model Gibson first released in 1983. Though the aesthetics might be simple, the Studio is complex where it counts—dual Alnico Classic humbuckers dish out a variety of great tones. The Les Paul Studio is geared for players who value no-compromise sounds in a stripped-down solidbody.

  • The Les Paul Studio gets Alnico Classic humbuckers

    These pickups are “Classic” for a reason: they have a clarity and bite that we think you’ll find inspiring. The bridge ’bucker is a Classic Plus and is slightly overwound.

  • Mahogany construction

    While Gibson’s 1983 Les Paul Studio was made of alder, Epiphone goes back to basics with its Studio model. The body is mahogany, topped with a maple veneer cap. The Les Paul Studio is lighter than you’d expect and extremely comfortable for long sets.

  • This is the Epiphone to get for Les Paul tones

    With its speedy SlimTaper D-profile neck, pau ferro fretboard, tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar taipiece, the Epiphone Les Paul Studio ditches the frills and keeps the specs that matter most. If you are looking for an affordable instrument with a vast array of sounds, the Les Paul Studio is worth a deeper look.
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