Gibson/Epiphone doesn't make these kind of ads for it's Limited Edition guitars so I made one of my own. Done in a wallpaper format since I doubt it will ever be used as a real ad.
Used some stocks from DA (looking for the links and will post them when found) the actual guitar images are copyright Gibson USA and Epiphone World.
Nightfall - one of the most versatile Les Paul guitars ever produced. With the pickups and switching you can access 12 different initial settings and hundreds of different sounds. gotta get my LP set up like that (and mine - prophecy - has 24 frets - woohoo! - the thought). truly a new masterpiece.
purchase one at Musician's Friend [link]
Epiphone Les Paul Nightfall Electric Guitar Features:
* Body: Mahogany
* Neck: Hard maple
* Neck shape: SpeedTaper "D" profile
* Neck Joint: Set
* Scale: 24-3/4"
* Fingerboard: Ebony with 12th-fret abalone inlay
* Neck pickup: Passive EMG-HZ-4 humbucker
* Bridge pickup: Passive EMG-HZ-4A humbucker
* Controls: 3-way pickup selector, neck pickup volume with push/pull coil-splitting, bridge pickup volume with push/pull coil-splitting, neck pickup tone, bridge pickup tone
* Frets: 22 medium-jumbo
* Bridge: Floyd Rose® Special tremolo with locking R4 nut
* Nut Width: 1-11/16" (R4 nut)
* Hardware: Black
* Machine Heads: Grover 14:1 ratio
* Finish: Gloss body and satin neck
The Epiphone Nightfall electric guitar features a smooth, satin-finish hard maple neck with Epiphone's thin SpeedTaper "D" profile. The hard maple neck is fitted with a premium ebony fingerboard for smooth, long-lasting performance, while providing more clarity and pop than a weasel in HD.
The sturdy Epiphone Nightfall guitar neck makes it the perfect companion for the black, double-locking Floyd Rose® Special tremolo. The body is routed out beneath the tremolo, allowing you to raise the pitch up to 2-1/2 steps or dive-bomb until your strings go slack. It's combined with an R4 locking nut for improved tuning stability.
With the raging duo of an EMG-HZ-4A in the bridge and an HZ-4 in the neck, your solos will melt faces and your rhythms will be as chunky as homemade peanut butter. The passive pickups on the Epiphone Les Paul Nightfall do an incredible job of emulating their active counterpartsthe EMG-81 and 85yet require no batteries, so you'll never have to worry about showing up to a gig with dead pups. Each of these nearly silent 'buckers is wired to allow coil-splitting via push/pull potentiometers on both volume controls. This gives you a total of 8 tones when combined with the 3-way togglefrom shrieking, eyebrow-piercing freq-outs to chest-caving bass blasts.
Other features on the Epiphone Les Paul guitar include Grover machine heads, abalone inlay on the 12th fret, and Epiphone's own StrapLocks.
Takes the classic LP Studio design and shifts gearsblasting it into new realms of supersonic shredability.