This limited-edition creation has a '50's neck profile for an era-correct feel, LP Custom bound body and neck, non-weight relieved Mahogany body, unique vintage tuners, two Epiphone ProBucker 2 humbuckers and one ProBucker 3.

Nashville, TN (October 9, 2020) -- Epiphone a leading innovator in designing affordable professional instruments presents the new Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Custom “Black Beauty” available worldwide. As the eighth signature guitar from the pre-eminent blues guitarist of his generation, Joe Bonamassa and Epiphone’s Luthiers collaborated for two years at Epiphone headquarters in Nashville, TN to create the guitar which was based off one of his most-prized guitars, a 1958 Gibson Les Paul Custom “Black Beauty.” The Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Custom “Black Beauty” is officially available worldwide at all Authorized Gibson Dealers now.

This limited-edition creation has a 50’s neck profile for an era-correct feel, LP Custom bound body and neck, non-weight relieved Mahogany body, unique vintage tuners, Orange Drop capacitors, CTS potentiometers, two Epiphone ProBucker 2 and one ProBucker 3 pickups, Switchcraft output jack, and classic black hardshell case with gold hardware and yellow gold plush lining.

Joe Bonamassa and Epiphone are committed to producing affordable instruments for music lovers across the globe. “We based my new Epiphone signature on this 1958 Gibson Les Paul Custom,” explains Joe Bonamassa. “I made it a super playable instrument, throaty but clean, and the lead pick up just barks. I fell in love with it, it’s a great Black Beauty and you just play this thing into the ground. Epiphone did an excellent job re-creating this guitar and I’m excited to share it with everyone.”

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