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This guitar looks and sounds wonderful. Great guitar for the price.
Pros, Consistent, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Rich Sound, Stays In Tune
First, I give Musicians Friend a 10 for service.Now for the guitar. The first EJ200 had a very high set up. A sticker on the back of the head says,set up in the U.S.A..What they call a set up consists of bowing the neck , and shimming the bridge saddle until it quits buzzing.The nut was cut 1/16"...
Pros, Fun To Play, Rich Sound
Cons, Poor Construction, Requires Constant Tuning
Bought the first one, lightly used. Came in with a shorted pickup. Horrible ground noise. Musician friend gladly sent me a NEW replacement. It came in with a large damaged area on the face that looks as though it has been touched up and re-sprayed.
Cons, Bad Pickup Balance, Face Finish Has A Repair, Flat Sound, Poor Construction
Overall; I like the guitar. It's still breaking in. A solid Spruce top would've been nice. It's a good buy for what I spent. It's not junk. If you record, this sweetie likes big Condensor mics. It suits my needs and I don't feel that I've been taken. Sometimes I wish I had larger hands!
The Epiphone EJ-200CE Acoustic-Electric guitar is a classic that has been around for generations. This guitar has the melodious sound of an acoustic that is paired with the power of an electric guitar , so you have the best of both worlds in your hands.
I had read some bad reviews about how stuff had to be fixed right out of the box, can't say I have had any problems like that, but my first impression was this case is not the highest quality case on the market.
The is a fairly inexpensive guitar. With a gorgeous sound and reliability being amazing, it stands to its name as the "King of Flat-Top Guitars" I've played classical, country, folk, jazz and even written some of my own music on this guitar!
Holds the guitar nice and snug and I am happy with it.
Just what I wanted good product for good price
Knockout guitar at a stunningly low price for the quality, sound and playability - you don`t get the bells and whistles you get with a Gibson, but you get the soul and then some. No jumbo can come close to this guitar for the price or even within a price of $2,000.
Good looking well built reasonable price
I'm a professional musician and I've been so for the last 25 years. My gear: amp with , , , , mics, mics, strings, strings. I use this guitar every day and it has not let me down and doesn't de-tune. I've used it in studio's as well as live gigs.
great price for these case worth the money
Absolutely love this guitar. Excellent quality and great value for money. Has a fantastic sound, just what I needed for my stage show.
I have played professionally for 20+ years (30+ years total). I own numerous axes of different levels. This one ranks as fairly good for the price you pay for it. I don't play it acoustically at all, only through an amp or sound board.
- Select maple jumbo body
- Solid spruce top
- Set Slim Taper maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard with crown inlays
- Rosewood bridge with synthetic bone saddle
- 25-1/2" scale
- eSonic2 preamp with built-in tuner and NanoFlex/NanoMag pickups
- Stylish mustache bridge and pickguard
- Sloped Dovewing Epiphone headstock
- 14:1 die-cast Gold Grover machine heads
- Gold screws on the traditional "bell" style truss rod cover
- 1.68" nut width
- Body, neck, and headstock binding
- Case sold separately