- Jun 21, 2014
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that looks exactly like my old 96 Epi Les Paul, they don't make them like they used to at all!This.
I've got a '96 Epi LP Standard Plus Top Honeyburst that is a really nice axe.
"Y'all's" got some REAL BEUATs!!!! I've been wanting to play in this thread for some time, so here's mine. It's a 1990 Standard I bought used (sold as a "museum piece"--I HATE when sellers over represent condition--and for a premium price) BUT, for 25 years old it IS in TREMENDOUS shape and I REALLY like the feel and I think it's a keeper--Now watch someone say it's a fake and CRUSH me \\
Agree that the 90'S were nice ... i had a Ebony 1994 LP Standard ... but i didnt like the 59 round neck profile .. was too chunky .. i flipped it for a 2001 honeyburst LP standard with a 59's slim taper profile . Both were great guitarsYeah well I know the argument.. There is no best year.. There are good and bad from every year.. Yes I know that.. But my 92 Les Pauls was a great guitar in the year 92.
Ok i have questions mine is supposed to be a 94. Bur the serial number starts with 90? No I or anything just 90..Sweet LP!
Does your '96 serial # start with an S or an I? I feel my '94 is a little better constructed than my '99 but the '99 was my first guitar so I have a special connection with that one...