Epiphone has already established a name in making great Les Paul guitars. Banking on that knowledge and experience, Epiphone spreads out with the new Les Paul Acoustic/Electric ukulele outfit. In the tradition of the Les Paul Standard, the Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele looks really great in solid Mahogany body and triple-A grade flame maple top and it offers excellent tone as well. They used 4-recessed screws to bolt the comfortable D-profile shape Mahogany neck onto the body which makes it rock-solid stable and very easy to use. A concert length 15” scale, 21 nickel/silver frets and 16” fingerboard radius made up the Rosewood fingerboard of the Les Paul Ukulele.
The Les Paul Ukulele already has great natural acoustic tone and volume even when it is unplugged. However, it really comes alive once you plug it into a PA system or amplifier. The piezo film pickup which can be found under the saddle helps accurately capture both the natural tone of the strings as well as the sound from body and channel them to the all-metal, rim-mounted 1/4″ output jack.