Epiphone EJ-200CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar, Shadow Preamp, Vintage Sunburst

December 26, 2013 - Comment

We’ve modified the “King of the Flattops” by added a graceful cutaway for added fret access and a preamp EQ. The EJ-200CE gives you the features of the EJ-200 in an acoustic/electric, ourstanding projection and a great low-end response. Product Features Maple body Select Spruce top 25.5 scale

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We’ve modified the “King of the Flattops” by added a graceful cutaway for added fret access and a preamp EQ. The EJ-200CE gives you the features of the EJ-200 in an acoustic/electric, ourstanding projection and a great low-end response.

Product Features

  • Maple body
  • Select Spruce top
  • 25.5 scale

Comments

J. Ellick says:

Almost a Great Guitar This Review is for the Epiphone EJ 200 CE guitar. It is almost a great guitar. It is well worth owning, but there are a couple issues to address. I purchased the guitar for $449 plus tax, total $480. The guitar is alittle over priced. It was made in Indonesia, but I was hoping it was from the China factory because they seem to have better quality control. I read a review that the guitars needed a neck adjustment to lower the action. That was acurate ,and the strings should be replaced with a lighter gauge . That was also acurate. Other than that, it is a great guitar. I know it is a copy of the gibson J 200, but who has 3,000 for a guitar? I’ve played guitar for over 30 years, I’ve owned Gibson’s and Fenders. This guitar ranks up there with some of the best. I’m happy with my purchase,and have already used the guitar with my church band. I’m hoping to have many years of enjoyment out of this guitar. It is an impressive instrument visually and sound wise. A purchase that was well…

L says:

{{{Very Satisfied}}} This Epiphone EJ-200CE is a beautiful guitar that is very comfortable to play. From the moustache bridge, the pick guard, inlaid crown fret markers and binding it has a lot of detail for a guitar of this price range. Acoustically the Jumbo body brings out a deep and rich sound. The shadow preamp has both a magnetic pickup as on electric guitars and a piezo pickup for acoustics. Both pickups can be balanced with each other or be used separately. Plugged or unplugged this guitar is worth the price and I am very happy I got it. I got the Vintage Sunburst and it is great!!!!!

SteelPhil says:

Current version is the best so far…sort of! I just purchased mine from eBay. It was new, but with a separation between the fingerboard and the neck up at the nut, apparently damaged in shipping. For $202 plus 30 for shipping, it wasn’t a bad deal. Upon delivery, I tuned it up, and it played great. As a bluegrass player, I play pretty hard, and could get it to buzz and rattle pretty easily,but for strumming and country style leads, no problem. The pickups sounded great through a Crate acoustic amp. The serial number started 1102 which means February 2011, and had a Made in China sticker on the back of the headstock.To glue up the separation I had to remove the strings, which have by now been on this guitar for almost two years. I examined the top, and can verify that it is indeed solid spruce, not “select spruce”, which is Epi’s way of saying laminated. The bridge pins were in there rock solid, and it took some doing to get them out, undamaged, by I succeeded. The plastic nut had no glue holding it that I could see…

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