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Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO Review That Doesn't Suck Seen At Wired Guitar

28 August, 2018

Amidst a massive of online reviews, electric guitars Website Wired Guitar has published its own review of Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO, which it claims "finally doesn't suck". This statement is made to support the movement for greater quality content online.

Wired Guitar makes this statement to oppose the massive over-abundance of poor and low-quality review sites, which seemingly publish 'propaganda' in order to make affiliate sales.

Charles Vallena, Editor at Wired Guitar says "We know reviews are hugely important to the buying process. That's why we believe reviews should be genuine and thorough. Otherwise we can't help consumers in their buying decision."

It appears to Wired Guitar that there is a seemingly endless supply of overly positive reviews for many products. Charles Vallena believes this is due to the fact that they are just there to take advantage of getting commission from readers. This has the drawback of lowering the integrity of online reviews.

Charles Vallena goes on to say "If a product is genuinely excellent, then a website should highlight these features, as well as giving a balance of also providing the cons... but if it's isn't so great, then the site should give the most detailed description on how can the developer improve it. Otherwise, it just sucks."

In their online review of Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO, Wired Guitar makes a point of highlighting the positives. For example, The guitar has a great solid construction. Also, It has a nice playability.

However, it doesn't betray its integrity and avoids bias by highlighting the flaws of the Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO too. Such as; It can be heavy sometimes. Another criticism; There's a noticeable buzz fret on the strings.

Overall, Wired Guitar ends up rating Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO as pretty excellent in terms of overall quality, and deserves to be listed as one of the best electric guitar under 300 dollars. It also wants to emphasize that the conclusion was arrived at fairly, unbiased and with the consumer in mind.

Wired Guitar's complete and unbiased write up and review of Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO (that doesn't suck) can be found at https://www.wiredguitar.com/.

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