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Epiphone G-400 Left Handed Electric Guitar
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A Gibson-authorized version of their great '62 SG with solid mahogany body and slim-taper mahogany neck. Separate volume and tone controls for each o...Click To Read More About This Product
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Big tone and a bad attitude for southpaws.
A Gibson-authorized version of their great '62 SG with solid mahogany body and slim-taper 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. Limited lifetime warranty.
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I stumbled across this guitar in the cherry finish by accident in a small town guitar shop in Pennsylvania a few weeks ago. With its low cost, I couldn?t help but be skeptical at first. Before plugging in, I noticed that the fretboard was very dry; hence it didn?t play very fast, but it?s nothing a can of GHS Fast Fret couldn?t cure. Also, the stock grove tuners didn?t tune very firmly, which bugged me, honestly. My final complaint would be the guitar?s balance. Using a regular electric guitar strap, I stood up in the music store, with the neck quickly pointing to the ground. I remedied this problem by using an acoustic strap. It looks kinda funny, but it works! With those strikes, I plugged in and played a few chords; and it quickly made me forget about those pesky minor problems. The guitar was being played through a Marshall MG100, and it sounded absolutely incredible! BIG, FULL TONE! Lots of sustain! It proved a great low, chunky, rhythmic sections and searing solo work! It plays as a dream either dirty or clean. On the clean side, it plays very bright and clear. For the price, its an absolute STEAL!
greatness indeed... i bought the epi left handed because i needed a guitar that could handle some hard distortion, and indeed the sg got the job done. its got a much warmer tone even with the bridge pickup. i was very impressed on the quality and how its not cheaply made in any way, just the only and only complaint i have is that its pretty top heavy, so when soloing you have to balance it really good in order to do what you wanna do, but other than that, the guitar is flawless. great deal.