Jerry Cantrell “Wino” Les Paul Custom
The Epiphone Wino Les Paul Custom comes finished in – as its name suggests – Dark Wine Red. A rather premium touch is the inclusion of 7-ply binding on the guitar’s top, as well as 5-ply on the back and headstock.
Construction includes a mahogany body with a plain maple cap, a mahogany neck with a custom profile, and a bound ebony fretboard with block inlays. The fretboard sticks close to that of a classic Les Paul’s, with 22 medium jumbo frets and a 12-inch radius.
Electronics include a covered Alnico Classic PRO in the neck and an open-coil 98T PRO in the bridge. These are wired to CTS pots, with a standard Les Paul control arrangement of individual volume and tone controls.
The Jerry Cantrell “Wino” Les Paul Custom lists for $849.
Check out a demo of the guitar below.
Jerry Cantrell Les Paul Custom Prophecy
This guitar features similar construction to the above guitar, albeit with ultra-modern weight relief rather than nine-hole. As it is based on the Epiphone Prophecy platform, there are a few other modern features here: the fretboard extends all the way to 24 jumbo frets, while the pickups are Fishman’s fluence humbuckers. These are wired to two volumes – push/pull for coil-split – and two tones – push/pull to switch the pickup’s voice.
The Jerry Cantrell Les Paul Custom Prophecy lists for $1,149.
Check out a demo video below.