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Epiphone Round Neck Biscuit Resophonic Guitar
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The round neck Epiphone Biscuit is a resophonic guitar that features a quality spun cone suspended from a mahogany and spruce top. This is a resophon...Read More
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The round neck Epiphone Biscuit is a resophonic guitar that features a quality spun cone suspended from a mahogany and spruce top. This is a resophonic guitar that responds to your every touch, boosting the signal with hallmark resonator sound. The round neck is comfortable for slide playing either standing up or sitting down. Epiphone crafted the round neck resophonic biscuit guitar with mahogany back and sides, set mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, dot inlays, body binding, 24-3/4" scale, and 1.62" nut.
Hallmark resonator sound with Biscuit Resophonic style and playability.
- Mahogany and spruce top
- Mahogany back and sides
- Chrome hardware
- 24-3/4" scale
- 1.62" nut width
- Set mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Dot inlays
Grab the Epiphone Biscuit Resophonic and play with legendary singing, whining, grinding guitar tone. Order today.
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i play a lot of open G slide stuff and saw this guitar for $200 on a special a few months ago...it played great straight out of the box, including in standard tuning, and I immediately took a shine to it. Maybe I just got a good one, but I like this guitar a lot more than the 'hound dog' Gibson series, and it outclasses my previous resonator, a Regal, by far. It has nice fat tuners, stays in tune, and has a lovely blues tone.
I was looking for a high quality resonator at a good value. I found it in this Epiphone. I have purchased their products in the past and was very pleased with the quality control they use. I refinish gunstocks, and the fit and finish is nothing short of excellent on this. The only dislike that I had with my Epiphone resonator was that the quality of the bridge-to-biscuit fit was lacking. This resulted in overall poor sound projection. But, with a phillips screwdriver, flat file, and a drop of super glue, I squared-up the biscuit slot so that the bridge set and rested flat inside it which increased sound transferrence, then I added a drop of super glue to insure that it stayed standing straight when I re-strung it with a new set of Elixirs. All this took about and hour and noticeably improved the acoustic output of this good resonator. It plays great. You won't be dissapointed in it, especially if you tweek it.
My Epiphone Biscuit Resophonic Guitar arrived yesterday. A Great Guitar at a reasonalbe price. Right out of the box it plays and sounds great. I have no problem with this Epiphone being made in china. Epiphone does insure quallity from their guitar builders no matter where they have them built. I sold a Galveston Spyder Cone Resonator in order to buy the Epiphone. The Quality of the materials and workmanship are super. The neck has a great feel, I did a minor neck adjustment(truss rod) and it plays even better. It is also much lighter than the Galveston.
I received this guitar a few days ago, and I immediately put a set of Planet Waves auto trim locking tuners on it, as I do with all of my non-Floyd Rose equipped guitars.Out of the box, this guitar was dead on.I'm blown away by the punch & how it cuts through the mix with ease.I love it!!!!!
What a great buy! This is the first resonator I've owned and I love it. I was immediately taken by it's great tone. It lacks the punch and volume of it's more expensive counterparts, but is a great starter for getting into slide blues. Although it is Made in China, Epiphone's stateside QA ensures a quality instrument!
Just rec'd The Biscuit played it an hour. the sound is remarkable for the price. Already have a Regal spyder,Fender FR48 Steel body biscuit and a Rouge sq nk spyder. The intonation when fingering is very good,better than the Regal And a helluva' lot lighter than the Fender. Nut is about the same as my Takemine. This is going to be a fun ride
This guitar is beautiful. It looks great, has great tone with slide or without, and plays great. For the money you can't beat an Epiphone.
so much nicer than others in its class. I shopped long and hard before making my decision. Plays beautifully right out of the box and has the perfect honk to it. Great neck, very nice finish. Perfect swampy slide-blues guitar.