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Epiphone Les Paul Pee Wee Zakk Pakk Electric Guitar/Amp Value Pack  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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The perfect starter pack for your little rocker!

What do you get when you combine a half-size Les Paul with a Marshall amp and Zakk Wylde's attitude? You get the Epiphone Les Paul Pee Wee Zakk Pakk with everything you need to rock out in style and make a mighty sound from a small package!

The Epiphone Les Paul Pee Wee Zakk Pakk includes a half-sized guitar decked out with Zakk's signature bullseye graphic. Perfect for starters or as a travel guitar, it features a full-size neck width so it plays just like a regular axe. It's equipped with an Epiphone 700T humbucking pickup for real rock tones. Add to that 21 medium-jumbo frets, a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, and adjustable bridge, and deluxe 14:1 ratio covered tuners and you've got a guitar that will keep you rockin' for years to come.

Most guitarists would agree that the perfect rock marriage is a humbucker-equipped guitar plugged into a Marshall stack. That's why the Les Paul Pee Wee Zakk Pakk includes Marshall's MS-4ZW micro full stack amplifier. Packing real Marshall tone, this mighty micro has separate volume, gain, and tone controls combined with two speaker cabinets. You won't believe the sound from this 9-3/4" high mini monster! It also includes a tilt-back stand and a headphone out that doubles as a preamp out for driving an external power amp!

Also included with the Les Paul Pee Wee Zakk Pakk is a 10' guitar cable, gigbag with accessory pocket, 2"-wide nylon strap with Zakk's signature, and three medium picks.

  • Mahogany body
  • Bolt-on mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Epiphone 700T humbucker
  • Dot inlays
  • Wrap-around tailpiece
  • Nickel hardware
  • Marshall MS-4ZW micro full stack amplifier with tilt-back stand
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