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Epiphone G-400 Electric Guitar
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The Epiphone G-400 Electric Guitar features a solid mahogany body and slim-tapered mahogany neck. Separate volume and tone controls for each of the h...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Epiphone G-400 Electric Guitar features a solid mahogany body and slim-tapered mahogany neck. Separate volume and tone controls for each of the high-output humbuckers give you complete control of your sound. The deep double-cutaway lets you reach all 22 frets with ease. The LockTone stopbar tailpiece and Tune-O-Matic bridge provide great sustain and tone, and make string changing easier. Exclusive Alpine White finish! Limited lifetime warranty.
- Double-cutaway solid mahogany body
- Alpine White finish
- Set mahogany neck
- Slim-tapered neck profile
- 24-3/4" scale
- 22 frets
- Rosewood fretboard
- Dual Alnico V humbuckers
- 2 volume and 2 tone controls
- 3-way pickup switch
- LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge/stopbar tailpiece
- Pearloid trapezoid inlays
- Chrome hardware
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Most Liked Positive Review
I saw this guitar and fell in love with the look of it. I'm a huge fan of white instruments. I am a Fender guy, but this is my second Epiphone. My other...Read complete review
I saw this guitar and fell in love with the look of it. I'm a huge fan of white instruments. I am a Fender guy, but this is my second Epiphone. My other is a LP Jr. When I got this guitar I expected the strings to be the standard "Brite Wires" (I think) that Epiphone equips. You may want to change these off right away to get the full potential of the guitar. When I picked it up I was impressed by the light weight and slim design. The neck is perfect for me because I have bigger hands. The painted/finished neck blew me away. I instantly loved the feel of this guitar. It plays like butter! The sustain on this beauty is very nice and great rock my style of music. The pickups are nice and loud but still have some nice tone to them. I plan on swapping out the bridge with one of my extra Duncans I have.If you are an Epiphone or Gibson player I'd highly recomend this guitar; for the limited edition colour and the bang for the buck. I never realized how easy SG's were to solo with and reach the high notes. This is a huge bonus for me.When I got the guitar I adjusted the bridge to lower the strings a bit and it's even easier to play than before. The tuners are actually very good, too. They have "Grover" stamped on them (not sure if that's Epiphone default or an aftermarket upgrade they did). Either way it's a nice feature.As far as looks go, this thing is beautiful. The trapezoid pearl inlays are gorgeous. The headstock also has a nice pearl symbol as well. This guitar is a beautiful instrument and I highly recommend it.
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Purchased this guitar with a MF case. When the guitar and case arrived, I opened it and looked the guitar over. The nut was almost a 1/4 inch higher at the little...Read complete review
Purchased this guitar with a MF case. When the guitar and case arrived, I opened it and looked the guitar over. The nut was almost a 1/4 inch higher at the little E than at the big E. The pickguard was also raised at the back about an 1/8 inch. The fretboard was filthy and appeared to be used. Sent it back. Unfortunately, inspection of other G400's at the local GC were similiar. I can't believe someone in the US is inspecting these.
Reviewed by 44 customers
Ive owned this guitar for about 2 years and have had no problems with it. I love the tone with high overdrive,sounds great. I also use a fender tube amp with it,and it sounds good with lite distortion or on clean. When i do shows i Always use this guitar,great guitar,at a good price.
It really bothers me when people say that the neck is heavier than the body and thats why it has neck dive. This is absurd cuz the body has 5 times more wood and weight than the neck could ever have, it's physics. The reason that these have neck dive is the position of the strap button. Thats why Tony Iommi puts his on the upper horn. Its not really a problem anyway unless you like to dance around with your guitar like a fairy.
I bought this guitar over three months ago, and it has not yet disappointed me. The neck's small circumference makes this guitar ideal for younger players, or those with smaller hands. Not only can this guitar produce Gibson's signature, bone-rattling crunch that is usually associated with a Marshall amplifier, But it also works very well on a clean-set Fender amp. But needless to say, if you play Bluesy-Rock e.g. The Black Keys. Than this is the guitar for you, and for this price, Epiphone has really outdone themselves once again. Crunch on, you shining diamonds.
I love this guitar. It's beautiful, every square inch of it. The sound is absolutely sweet and full, or if you want it, it can get down and dirty. My friends and family members have wanted to try it out, but I can't bring myself to let them. It is so perfect, I don't want anyone else touching it. If you buy one, you'll understand!
Also, Musician's Friend shipped it very quickly, and they really packed it well. Three heavy boxes, and lots of packing. I've received broken guitars before, and it's very frustrating. That's not going to happen here. Their customer service is exceptional as well.
I can't recommend this guitar, and the people at Musician's Friend, any more strongly. My experience was the best!
Ie really doesn't have any special features. But the features that are there, the knobs, tuning machines, etc., are all of very good quality.
This guitar is perfect. The inlays fit perfectly. The paint is flawless. The sound is beautiful. Just a really great guitar.
I don't know how they could improve upon this guitar. It would be a great value at twice this price.
I've played the high priced Gibsons, and they sre no better than this outstanding Epiphone.
The sustain goes on for days, and if you know what you're doing you can get any tone out of this guitar without even plugging it in. I read in a real guitar book that the body was carved by angels in heaven and the pickups wound in Hell by Satan himself. The factory set up was done by the same tech that sets up guitars for Steve Vai. I've never played a guitar that was this amazing and I don't think you ever will unless you push the "Add to Cart" button right now. It won't be a mistake.
Does it weep or sing, or squawk and honk? Come'on it's an axe, not a flock of geese.. A nice and light axe that plays very smooth. It has really pretty decent fretwork and construction, although there is a bit of overspray and a couple of glue gobs near the neck joint. Also the inlays have quite a bit of glue(black) around them, but it matches the neck and if you are not looking for it, then it shouldn't bother you.Action was quite high when it arrived, but that was an easy adjustment. It has a very responsive truss-rod.Overall I was really surprised with the quality right out of the box, and found it worthy of purchasing a brand new TKL case for it.It has a great garage type growl and bite,snarl? Is that possibe? okay, so there are the animal analogies.
This is a great guitar for anyone who loves the SG looks and is on a lower budget. It plays great, and looks great. It could use some better pickups rather than the stock, but its still good. I put an EMG 81/85 combo in mine and it sounds amazing I definetely recommend those. So if you want a great guitar with no tremolo, this is for you.
This guitar is my third guitar, I love it and it was a great price. I had to lower the strings because the were pretty far from the fret board. It doesnt play as good as my fender, but I love the looks and style of the guitar
I own this guitar. I am a guitar collector, and I did not expect to buy this guitar, yesterday. But for heck of it, I picked it up, played it, and was amazed. I don't think the guys in this high-end shop cared to admit just how well it played. I tell you this: I can have my set-up man finesse the string height, and I've got one fine guitar. The cut-away is massive. You have to get used to it. Guys, if you want a fine guitar, you CAN in fact "beat the system". This guitar is a pleasure to own, to play, to tune, to admire. The thing is unbelievable. Plus it's a replication of the old and glorious Gibson all us baby boomers grew up with.
I bought this guitar around christmas and man does it sound good. It is pretty comfortable and reliable but takes a little time to get used to because of the longer neck, but no problems so far.