The Epiphone Les Paul 100 boasts the features that made the Gibson Les Paul guitar the most popular rock instrument out there.
The guitar features a bolt-on mahogany neck with 22 frets on a rosewood fretboard, a Tune-o-matic bridge and open coil humbucker pickups.
It provides a wide tonal variety that should work with most musical genre's - like most Les Paul's it will especially suit anyone looking for a low and fat tone. The guitar's hardware is solid and design reliable.
For $250 you can buy the flagship guitar of the rock movement.
The video below features a 2 minute sound review test on the Epiphone Les Paul Studio 100. The reviewer is playing different styles using different pickups and effects, so it gives you a good idea of the guitar's versatility: