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Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Electric Guitar
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This custom, exclusive-to-us guitar features skull and crossbones graphics for the guitarist hungering after a powerful visual statement. The Gibson ...Read More
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This custom, exclusive-to-us guitar features skull and crossbones graphics for the guitarist hungering after a powerful visual statement. The Gibson USA pickups dish out authentic vintage sound with a '57 Classic and '57 Classic Plus. Chrome hardware and an antique ivory finish complete the statement.
- Antique ivory finish
- Skull and crossbones graphics
- Chrome hardware
It's the classic Dot with a pirate vibe and dead-on classic Gibson sound—a rare combination seldom found in a moderately priced guitar. Order today while they last.
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This guitar rocks. The gibson usa pickups make all the differnce in the world. I got some slight fret buzz on the low E past the 9th fret. It bugs me all crazy. I had the truss rod tweeked to fix the problem but it didn't take it away. But I don't use the low E that high on the neck a whole lot so whatever. But over all it rocks.
I own 5 EPI semi-hollowbodies.. I always try them out if I see them used for sale in a store.. if I find one with exceptional construction, I'll take it and trick it out with New pickups, pots, Etc. Too bad Epi electronics seemed to be plagued with Economical switches and circutry.. this Dot comes with GibsonUSA humbuckers A '57 Classic and a Classic Plus that screams at high volume.. I received my LE Dot with some minor electrical problems.. the tone and volume pots were wired backwards and the volume and tone controls were in the wrong positions.. bridge volume and tone pot were in the neck controls' spot and vice-versa... I contacted epiphone to see what I could do and they sent me to an authorized local luthier to fix the problems.. the shop then tried to charge me for the repair because the counter help never told the not-so-nice luthier that it was under warranty.. the luthier said it was my fault he didn't know- even though the receipt and warrany slip were attached to the guitar.. the luthier copped an attitude and wanted me to pay for the repair or he said I wouldn't get my guitar back, but a quick email to Gibson and they took care of everything and the luthier went from raising his voice to me on the phone to being extremely apologetic.. it's nice to know that gibson stands behind all their guitars.. even Epis.. now that the problems are fixed, the guitar plays and sounds wonderful..