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Epiphone Elitist J-200 Acoustic
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The King of the Flattops is one of Gibson's most famous and enduring guitar models. For the Elite series, Epiphone has re-created this renowned guita...Read More
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The King of the Flattops is one of Gibson's most famous and enduring guitar models. For the Elite series, Epiphone has re-created this renowned guitar with loving dedication. It features a solid spruce top, solid maple back, and solid mahogany sides. The rosewood bridge and fingerboard are ebonized. The neck is 1-piece mahogany set at the 14th fret. Gold hardware, Grover Imperial tuners, and a bone nut complete a beautiful package. Includes hardshell case.
A quality crafted version of the immortal J-200 for an affordable price.
- Ebonized rosewood fingerboard
- One-piece mahogany neck set at the 14th fret
- 25-1/2" scale
- 1-11/16" bone nut
- Solid spruce top
- Solid maple back
- Solid mahogany sides
- Ebonized rosewood bridge with bone saddle
- Gold hardware
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Just received my Epi J200 and what a great ax! Open the case (which in itself is really cool) and your eyes go wide--what a beautiful instrument. Take it out and play it--it plays great (even with the old, crappy strings on it), it sounds great (ditto, the crap strings) and it feels great in your hands. It is surprisingly light in weight, the finish is top notch. Everything about this guitar is excellent. The sound is bright and yet full at the same time. The maple back and sides help it have a bite so it will easily come out in the mix and the larger body gives it a balance and full lower end. And for 30% of a Gibson? This is a great deal. Merry Christmas to me!
Amazing Guitar regardless of the price. Beautiful crafmanship. No set up required, played like a dream straight from the box. Warm rich balanced tone. Perfect intonation. Grover tuners don't budge. Thin neck plays great. A+