Electric Guitars

Electric guitar makes an electric sound when it is being played. The sound is better if the player is a talented guitar player. For example a noobie usually sounds quite bad.
Guy playing electric guitar

Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded T 2016

This new addition to the Gibson Les Paul library is the fantastic, affordable and versatile Faded T 2016, built with a Mahogany body with a carved Maple top. This ensures that the instrument is both comfortable and flexible when played live, so you’ll have no problem taking the stage at any local Louisiana bars with this baby.

As additional features, the Les Paul Studio Faded T 2016 houses a tune-o-matic bridge, Graph Tech nut, 22 fret Rosewood fingerboard, traditional tuners and comes with a variety of different colours to choose from.

Fender Standard Stratocaster RW

The legendary Fender Standard Stratocaster RW is up next, and this beauty offers the famous tone that all guitars belonging to this make have. There is a trio of standard single-coil pickups, which, combined with the reverberating Alder body, produces the authentic Stratocaster energy with pure focus and meaning. You will also find a Maple neck with a Rosewood fingerboard, 5-way pickup switching, a quality synchronized tremolo, matching control knobs and a parchment pickguard.

Epiphone Explorer EX Electric Guitar with EMG Pickups

The shape of the Epiphone Explorer EX is associated with true hard rock around the world, while this awesome guitar also includes powerful EMG pickups, a solid mahogany body and a “D” Profile neck. It comes in many different themes for you to choose from here at Jeppson Guitars, as we know that the perfect guitar isn’t just what’s on the inside.

As always, there’s even more add-ons to enjoy with this Epiphone classic, such as a 22 fret rosewood fingerboard, and the overall product is a perfect companion for a budding lead or rhythm guitarist.