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It appears to be Korean made. If your serial number starts with an "S" then it was made by Samick in South Korea.
Well, I have the minimum requirements for Les Pauls.....
I bet your Epiphone was made by Samick, probably has a long neck tenon too.
Nice Les Paul, I would have bought it too. I have the Epiphone version and a Hemi Challenger....I live near Modesto as well..... Hmmm
Bad cable or maybe one pot not grounded??
Very cool guitar. If it was mine, I would replace the pickup ring and pick guard screws with black screws.
I like Long Neck Tenons because I think they are a stronger neck attachment.
Thank you for saving a great guitar from a poor artist.
What type of guitar got stolen?
I think that is nickle hardware, not chrome.
Does anyone know if Epiphone Traditional Pro II's come with a long neck tenon? I know the original Epi Traditional Pro's did.
Your bridge is installed backwards. Does the guitar have a long neck tenon? It looks real to me.
My early Chinese Epi Traditional Pro has a beefy neck with a long tenon. It is my favorite Les Paul, and I have a few.
Pass on that one