Cedar top, mh back and sides, 12-fret mh neck with slotted headstock, rosewood peghead overlay, 19-fret rosewood fretboard with side dot markers on frets 5, 7, and 9, rosewood bridge, 14-1/2" lower bout, 657mm scale, 2-1/16" nut width, 3-11/16" to 4" body depth, chrome tuners.
Now everyone can own a real SG shape! The SG Special from Epiphone features twin open-coil Humbucker pickups, the Tune-o-matic bridge/Stopbar tailpiece combo for maximum sustain and a fully-carved SG body for devilish good looks.
The Epiphone SG Pro solidbody electric guitar is a faithful reproduction of the legendary Gibson SG. One of rock 'n' roll's mainstays since the beginning, the SG is a lean, mean music machine known for its sustain and fat tone. Just ask Pete Townshend of the Who, Angus Young of AC/DC, or Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath — and don't forget the legendary SG Double Neck that Jimmy Page favored for Led Zeppelin's live performances of "Stairway to Heaven"! With its solid mahogany body, SlimTaper neck, and separate volume and tone controls for each of the high-output humbuckers and delivers the bite, tone, and comfort you need for serious rockin'.
The Epiphone Dot is based on the ES 335, and has a continuous sustain block under the strings. This makes it much more patient with feedback and also very useful for distorted sounds; known for example from Alvin Lee, but also from jazz rock greats such as Larry Carlton and Lee Ritenour. The term 'Dot' refers to the dot inlays on the neck in contrast to the block or crown inlays more commonly found on Gibsons.
Epiphone honors the historic SG, one of the most original designs in rock, with the G-400 PRO, which now features Alnico Classic PRO pickups and push/pull coil-tapping. The original SG not only rivaled guitars of its own era for sonic variety but also proved to be a sign of things to come. Scores of rock, hard rock and metal guitarists embraced the original SG and made it a classic. Now, the G-400 PRO gives you the sound of a true SG without the vintage price tag and with the added tonal variety that you've come to expect from Epiphone.
The Epiphone Les Paul Standard (left hand) is the world’s most popular electric guitar at a price anyone can afford, each made to the same specs and attention to detail as vintage Les Pauls. Available in Ebony, Faded Cherry Sunburst, Metallic Gold, Pelham Blue with Epiphone designed Alnico Classic™ humbuckers and Grover® machine heads.
The AD-3CE dreadnought features Guild' signature arched-back body design and is designed for pure performance. The solid Sitka spruce top, laminated mahogany sides and arched back give it a full, balanced sound with excellent volume and projection. Its slim satin-finish mahogany neck delivers smooth, comfortable feel and effortless playability, while the cutaway body design invites you to venture into the upper regions of the rosewood fingerboard.
The Fishman Presys Plus pickup system rounds out the performance package with a host of performer-friendly features such as an onboard electronic tuner and anti-feedback control. Other premium features include a bone nut and saddle, koa rosette, pearl inlays, rosewood headcap, hand-rubbed stain finish, dual-action truss rod and bolt-on neck construction. Comes with Guild gig bag
Only the highest grade and finest of tone woods are chosen for the Studio Series models and the ST68 is no exception. Many players say the combination of solid Rosewood back & sides and a Solid Spruce top is the ultimate acoustic tone wood pairing. Upon hearing the ST68, it's easy to hear why.
YAMAHA ERG121 is firmly in the super strat mould with a basswood strat style body with deep cut-aways for easy access to the upper frets. The body is nicely contoured, as you would expect from the style of guitar, which makes the guitar comfortable to hold and play. There is a re-assuring feel to the guitar, it is not too heavy but you know that there is sufficient weight to it which provides a re-assuring sense of quality. The paint job is basic but good and adds to the sense that Yamaha have not cut back on the attention to detail to produce a cheap guitar.