Epiphone Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess Standard Demo

The Ultimate Versatile Les Paul With Split-Coil Tones, Upper Fret Accessibility, and Piezo-Loaded Floyd Rose Tremolo!

In his work with Rush, Alex Lifeson has redefined the boundaries of progressive rock guitar with playing that soars beyond the drama and the bluster to reveal truly stunning virtuosity that has been praised and admired by fans—and players—of all stripes. Created through extensive work with Alex Lifeson and Gibson, Epiphone's Alex Lifeson Les Paul™ Axcess Standard similarly redefines the boundaries of the classic Les Paul™ in an accessible package.

This guitar carries all of the traditional tones that have made the Les Paul legendary, along with unprecedented levels of sonic and performance versatility. The Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess Standard is equipped with powerful Epiphone Ceramic Pro neck and ProBucker™ 3 bridge pickups with coil-splitting options via their push-pull volume controls and a Graph Tech® Ghost Floyd Rose® system that not only provides the world's most efficient vibrato but is also loaded with Ghost piezo bridge saddles. Access traditional magnetic humbucker tones, mix it up with coil-split options, tap the Ghost's realistic acoustic tones, or blend acoustic and magnetic voices — the sky's the limit from this sonic chameleon, whose sound-shifting depths are virtually limitless. You can route it all through a traditional mono jack or use two cables for individual magnetic and piezo outputs. All this and the Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess Standard still presents that timeless Les Paul look that has remained a classic for more than 60 years. An EpiLite™ case is also included.

To learn more about the Epiphone Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess Standard, visit: https://www.epiphone.com/en-US/Electric-Guitar/EPI7IG849/Viceroy-Brown

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