Epiphone Adam Jones 1979 Les Paul Custom in Antique Silverburst

Brand: Epiphone
SKU: 8500687


Adam Jones of the multi-platinum-selling, four-time GRAMMY® Award-winning band “Tool”, is one of rock’s most talented and sonically innovative guitarists. Now, Epiphone has teamed up with Gibson Custom Shop to create a new model that pays homage to the Silverburst 1979 Gibson Les Paul Custom, which Adam calls “one of my top favourite guitars of all time”.

Available to backorder


The Silverburst 1979 Gibson Les Paul Custom features a 3-piece maple neck with a custom Adam Jones profile, an ebony fingerboard, and a mahogany body with a maple cap. Finished in antique silver burst, it features a custom backer pickup in the neck position and a Seymour Duncan® Distortion® in the bridge position, as well as a CTS® potentiometers and Orange Drop® capacitors. It also features Gibson's "Open Book" headstock profile, and the Deluxe Protector Series hard case includes a replica 2-inch convex mirror.



  • Body - Mahogany with Maple cap, Binding - 7-Ply Top, 5-Ply Back and Headstock, Single Ply Fretboard
  • Neck - 3-piece Maple with Volute, Profile - Adam Jones Custom Profile
  • Neckpickup - Custombucker, Reverse Mounted, Bridge Pickup - Seymour Duncan Distortion
  • Case - Protector Series Hardshell Case


Shape: Les Paul
Body: Mahogany
Top: Maple
Binding: 7-ply Top, 5-ply Back and Headstock, Single-ply Neck

Material: 3-piece Maple
Profile: Adam Jones Custom Profile
Nut width: 43 mm
Fingerboard: Ebony
Scale length: 628.65 mm
Number of frets: 22
Nut: Graph Tech
Inlay: Mother of Pearl Block

Bridge: Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic
Tailpiece: Epiphone LockTone Stop Bar
Plating: Nickel

Neck Pickup: Custombucker, Reverse Mounted
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Distortion
Controls: 2 Volume, 2 Tone, CTS Potentiometers, Orange Drop Capacitors

Case - Protector Series Hardshell Case

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 40 × 15 × 120 cm

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