Posted June 3, 2017 by James in Blog

Top 7 Single Cut Electric Guitars

Single Cut
Single Cut

ingle cut electric guitars have been around since the earliest electric guitars, and are a preference for many guitarists. Often associated with the Gibson Les Paul, there are actually hundreds of other options available. In the first of a range of “best in style” posts, we’ve scoured the market and bring you our top 7 single cut electric guitars.

We cover the bargain options, the top of the range and what we feel are the smart buys. Check them each out and get yourself a classic instrument.

Epiphone Les Paul Studio


Epiphone Les Paul Studio

Epiphone is the only other brand authorised to use the Les Paul name. They offer great budget options for those wanting to take a first step into electric guitars. Read more.

Gretsch Jet Club

The Gretsch Jet Club gives us totally different take on the single cut guitar. Great looks and perfect for those wanting something a little different. Read more.

Smart Buy

Epiphone Les Paul Tribute Plus

The Epiphone Les Paul Tribute Plus is a well loved guitar here at Guitar Verdict. Read more.

ESP LTD EC-1000 Evertune

The ESP single cut range has gained a huge reputation for high quality, very playable instruments. The EC-1000 is a fantastic value single cut option. Read more.

The Original

Gibson Les Paul Standard

Coveted by guitarists across the globe, this is the default choice for single cut electric guitars. You definitely can’t go wrong with this option. Read more.

The Stuff of Dreams

Paul Reed Smith McCarty

Paul Reed Smith are renowned for phenomenal build quality, and amazing finishes. The McCarty is a top of the line single cut guitar than deserves to be placed alongside the very best Les Pauls. Read more.

Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop 1959 Reissue

If money is no object and you’re looking for a stunning replica of the very earlier Les Paul’s, then look no further than this 1959 Custom Shop Reissue. Read more.