Edwards E-LP125 ALS

Price Paid: 
1250€
Condition: 
New
Country of origin: 
Japan
Body wood(s): 
Mahogany body, figured maple top
Neck wood: 
Mahogany
Fretboard: 
Rosewood
Fretboard Scale: 
24.75
Number of frets: 
22
Pros: 

 

 

Excellent build quality

Looks like a million bucks

Duncan Seth Lover pickups capture vintage Les Paul tone

Quality GOTOH hardware 

Doesn't cost an arm and a leg 

Cons: 

For some reason, this guitar is smaller than a Gibson Les Paul. It feels like the scale (not the scale length though) has been reduced to 98% or so. Not always easily available. Even though the sticker says "Made In Japan" these are presumably built in China and finished in Japan. Still, fit and finish is perfect, so who cares?

Summary: 

This is a fine guitar for people looking for a Les Paul style axe but, despite the looks isn't a 100% replica.

Overall Rating: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)