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What Epiphone model did I purchase?

Purchased a white Epiphone electric guitar.This guitar looks like Les Paul but doesn't say it.The guitar is white,pickups are both black,volume/tone nobs black,pick guard black,there is a metal plate on back of guitar where neck meets body with the serial number 099110344.

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The shared information is not enough to say the model of your Epiphone Guitar. You might have to look for parts for Epiphone guitars. If you want the perfect parts for your guitar, take it to the repairing shop. They can provide to the genuine parts and can say the model.

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Sounds like perhaps a Les Paul Special II, but more detail is needed to say for sure. There was a lot of variation in their Les Paul models. Posting a photo of both sides and the headstock is best.

-Has the guitar any binding, and what colour?
-Is the back of the guitar white or all black?
-Exactly what is on the front of the headstock, 'Epiphone', the 4-diamond logo, anything else?
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