Epiphone SG EGGVWCCH1 Vintage Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Worn Cherry

December 26, 2013 - Comment

The Epiphone Worn G-400 is truly one of the best guitar values you will find today. A truly iconic guitar, this edition of the 1962 SG has incredible sustain and features two beautiful finishes, Worn Cherry and Worn Brown, along with an ‘aged’ fingerboard. Product Features The G-400 Worn Series has a Mahogany Body and

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The Epiphone Worn G-400 is truly one of the best guitar values you will find today. A truly iconic guitar, this edition of the 1962 SG has incredible sustain and features two beautiful finishes, Worn Cherry and Worn Brown, along with an ‘aged’ fingerboard.

Product Features

  • The G-400 Worn Series has a Mahogany Body and Slim Taper “D” Profile Neck with a Rosewood fingerboard.
  • For a vintage tone this G-400 offers the Alnico Classic Humbucker in the Neck and the Alnico Classic Plus Humbucker in the Bridge.
  • The guitar also has a Pro Style LockTone Tune-O-Matic Bridge and Stopbar Tailpiece.

Comments

Enrique Veas Rioseco "rock'n'roll doctor" says:

Awesome Epiphone SG!!! I purchased this guitar from Musician’s Friend on Amazon. Due to some trouble, I had to wait for it for a couple of months. It finally is in my hands and I must say I’m impressed and absolutely satisfied. There’s plenty of good reviews of this guitar on the web, so I refer you to those for the features; instead, I want to focus on the quality of the product itself. There is some concern among guitarists about buying instruments online, with random reports about people receiving badly constructed specimens of supposedly quality guitars. It hasn’t been my case. This guitar has been known, since it was first released, for being a big improvement in quality for Epiphone, and for being the closest reproduction of a 1961 Gibson SG, for less than a third of the price. The one I received from MF and Amazon completely lives up to such fame: completely solid, flawless construction; gorgeous looks and quality appointments; and above all, near professional performance. Like any guitar that comes…

JT "I wear my pants backwards and on fire, ju... says:

A solid fave I’ve just started the electric, having played classical for a couple of months. i went for agood brand, not top oof the range like a gibson, but up in the high guitar range. and it was the epiphone G400 cherry. it look beautiful, the finish is very good, although sometimes it gets fingerpreints on it, but these can only be seen if the guitar is in direct sunlight and they can be wiped of hanyway, and the inlays at the fret are pretty much perfect. it’s also hardwearing and has two pickups and a good tone. maybe its just my strings which buzzed a bit ( the 6th string, e string, etc. blah), but after adjusting the bridge, it’s gotten better plus I probably need new ones. its a good guitar for beginners and intermediates, and it certainly is a respected company plus it looks good. i’m learning guitar on it and will have it for a long time. so if you’re looking for something nice – a proper guitar with quality and good looks as well as a good brand – I’d go with this one. it great, there…

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