Epiphone | Jared James Nichols "Gold Glory" Les Paul Custom

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Epiphone is proud to present a new signature model from blues-rock powerhouse Jared James Nichols. Born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, the hometown of Les Paul, Jared was drawn to Les Paul model guitars from an early age. Appreciating the simplicity of Les Paul Juniors, but attracted by the styling of Les Paul Customs, Jared James Nichols, in partnership with Epiphone, designed a guitar that combines elements of both. Now the new Jared James Nichols Gold Glory takes the concept a step further in an all-gold model that is as impressive as he is. Featuring a classic 1955-style Les Paul Custom body with a distinctive Double Gold Aged finish, a single Seymour Duncan P-90 Dogear pickup paired with master volume and tone controls, a compensated wraparound Lightning Bar bridge, an ebony fingerboard with traditional block inlays, and Grover Rotomatic tuners, it has the functional simplicity and raw bluespower of a Junior, the undeniable beauty and expressive feel of a Custom, and the legendary vibe of a Goldtop, all combined in one very special guitar. It comes with an EpiLite case.

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For over 140 years, Epiphone has been a leading innovator in instrument design with models like the Casino, the Texan, and Masterbilt Century Archtop Collection. Epiphone began as the "House of Stathopoulo" family business in Sparta in the 1870s and rose to fame during the jazz age in Manhattan before joining Gibson brands in 1957. Today, Epiphone continues to make history from its headquarters in Nashville, TN. Epiphones have powered classic recordings by Les Paul, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones along with today's top artists like Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., Tommy Thayer of KISS, and Lzzy Hale. Epiphone offers innovation, history, and a lifetime guarantee. Whether you are learning your first song in your bedroom, or rocking an arena, Epiphone has always been there, for everyone, for every generation, for every stage.

The Wisconsin-born, Nashville-based guitarist got his first guitar at 14 years old and was onstage almost immediately after. He found himself practicing for twelve hours every day and hitting up the local jams, eventually sharing the stage with legends including Buddy Guy, "Honeyboy" Edwards, and "Big Jim" Johnson. Newly signed to Black Hill Records, look for new music coming in the summer, along with the highly anticipated release of his Epiphone signature model Les Paul, "Gold Glory." “I want people to get excited," he states. "I want them to feel like anything is possible in this music. I want them to know great rock and roll exists. If I can give someone the same inspiration I was blessed with, I've done something right." Bluespower!
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