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a great guitar it is as simple as that what is more to say [ read more on Audiofanzine ]
Bought it on sale. Great guitar for the money.
Pros, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Tone
I really like how Epiphone works. Not only do they keep improving, but they sometimes have a little fun instead of just releasing the same old, same old.
The Epiphone Limited Edition G-400 Electric Guitar comes with EMG Pickups to help you come up with tones that are so powerful you would be encouraged to play again and again. The Alpine White color is so elegant that you would definitely be the center of attraction in any gig.
Overall this is an amazing deal on a quality guitar that plays well and has a true vintage vibe and tone. The quality guitar to bring to the gigs if the weather is too cold or to hot and humid for Gibson Les Paul is exposed too.
Amazing guitar. Yeah, over all, its a good deal, the guitar never breaks or anything, so all your thrasher guitarists that want a SG, this is the one to get. Think about this, Chino, the singer/guitarist for the band Deft ones, played a G-400 for the whole Ooziest tour in ’99, if a professional...
All in all I think the Epiphone G-400 is a great guitar for someone looking for an instrument that is well priced and apes that classic devilish SG look. It's well built and plays well out of the box. The stock parts are not the best in the world, but the feel is surprising for a cheaper guitar.
Previous to the purchase of this guitar I had been playing my cousins Fender that he let me borrow. After a while I decided to go out and by my own guitar. It wasn't long before I saw the sg's and I knew I had to buy one.
I believe this guitar is almost as good as a Gibson and considering the price difference a much better buy. You won't get the resale value back out of it like you would for a Gibson but if you are looking for a guitar that plays well, sounds good and that you plan to keep for awhile go with the Epi!
The bottom line is, this is great if you're on a budget and if you want a solid guitar that has a hard rock tone. My only suggestion is to upgrade you're pickups to the 57 classic and Angus Young signature like I did, and then you'll have a guitar that's still half the price of the Gibson Angus...
I have been playing for 40 years (yes I'm an old git) and am lucky enough to own quite a few guitars... too many to be honest. I only bought the as it was such a bargain. For a beginner it is way much better than a and I would thoroughly recommend it as a first guitar.
This is a great guitar. Great Price.
I suddenly thought it was time for a change, I had my Epiphone Les Paul Plus-top pro for over a year, before deciding that I wanted something a little different. I found the Les Paul to be a bit heavy and bulky, I liked the sleek and lightweight look of the SG.
Lightweight, "Nice range of genres", "Excellent value", "Solid build", "Looks great"
"Luminous green tuner pegs.. not sure who thought these were a good idea?"
A very good starter guitar (first or second guitar), good for low to medium gain without sounding muddy, cheap, extremely good build quality. You could fix the action at a guitar shop if you took it into them but I haven't had a chance to do that.
I am a hardcore metalhead, and this guitar works perfectly for that. It works well in insane drop tunings, and has great string action (the way I have set it up). This is my only metal guitar, along with my , with an HSH pickup configuration.
Great Guitar well suited to rock music...the guitar is great value for money....it has a great finish....sounds great...and highly recommended. The guitar has many combinations with pickups and tones to suit your individual requirements.
I purchased this guuitar here almost a year ago. My first new electric guitar in over 20 years and I have all positive experiences so far. I primarily play bass, but I like to dabble in guitar some after a loooong break!
Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, Solid Electronics
Dog's danglies Having recently posted a glowing review of my Squier Stratocaster, I thought it would be a good idea to review my other guitar. One I'm not so happy with. This is less to do with a lack of product quality and more to do with the type of Guitar player I am.
Although this guitar would sound better with pups or equivalent, the investment is well worth it, as this guitar stands up to my s very well in fit, finish, playability and looks.
It is a good match for the music I play, mainly grunge and classic rock, and I haven't been able stop playing it since I got it. I'm learning 's " " album on it atm and so far so good. I would buy another one if it was lost and I am severely impressed by it.
- Worn satin finish and aged fretboard inlays
- Chrome hardware
- Mahogany body
- Mahogany single-piece set neck with rosewood fretboard
- LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for more sustain and easier string changing
- 2 Alnico V humbuckers
- 1.6" nut width