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Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece  

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    Epiphone

    A decked-out icon.

    The Epiphone G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar is a limited edition crafted with a mahogany neck set into a mahogany body. A true icon, the SG was originally a successor to the Les Paul guitar. The G-400 Deluxe guitar's 22-fret rosewood fretboard is adorned with trapezoid position inlays.

    Epiphone loaded the G-400 Deluxe Limited-Edition guitar with an Alnico Classic humbucker pickup in the neck position and a high output Alnico Classic Plus humbucker pickup in the bridge position. This stylish limited-edition guitar has gold hardware, including Grover tuning machines. The Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-matic bridge enhances the G-400's tone, adds 20% more sustain.

    Features

    • Style: Double-cutaway SG
    • Body: Mahogany
    • Neck: Set mahogany
    • Scale length: 24-3/4"
    • Neck profile: Slim-tapered
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Fingerboard radius: 14"
    • No. of frets: 22
    • Fingerboard inlays: Trapezoid
    • Nut width: 1-11/16"
    • Neck pickup: Alnico Classic humbucker
    • Bridge pickup: Alnico Classic Plus humbucker
    • Controls: Two Volume, Two Tone, 3-way toggle pickup selector
    • Knobs: Black speed
    • Hardware: Gold
    • Tuners: Grover
    • Bridge: LockTone Tune-O-Matic
    • Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato
    • Finish: Polyurethane
    • Case: Not Included

    Own a visually sumptuous yet affordable guitar with a rich rock and roll history.

     
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    5.0

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    5.0

    amazing and beautiful

    By gibsonlover1212ET

    from baytown, texas

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    i bought the earlier white model a few years ago and it has to be the most amazing guitar i own, i did have to do a few adjustments but what do you expect from a new guitar? i have to give it to epiphone these kinds of guitars are amazing and i have to admit ill be adding to my collection by buying this one to.

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    5.0

    Awesome Guitar

    By Tuck

    from South Carolina

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    This is one of the best deals I have found. The guitar is beautiful and the stock alnico pickups sound great. I had to adjust the saddel to lower the action a bit when I received it but that was to be expected as most brand new guitars require minor adjustments to suit the individual player/owner. I also had some tuning issues with use of the tremolo but some nut sauce took care of that. I have not been able to put this guitar down. Overall, I am very happy with this guitar and would recommend it to any player that likes mahogony bodies, fat necks and humbuckers ...

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    5.0

    pretty good once you warm up

    By Barkenschlager

    from Olympia WA

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    I go this guitar, and its great, but you need to give it some time of its new, the frets made a scratchy sound at first, but it wore off. and replace the strings, otherwise, to me it sounded jazzy. i put some earnie ball's 9 gauge on and it sounded screamin. the pots work great, except they cut out a little when there at 10.

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    5.0

    beautiful axe

    By schecter187

    from lafayette, indiana

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    i bought this guitar a few years ago when they made the antique white...it also had triple pickups. i love this guitar but it doesnt stay in tune if you use the tremolo. i think i would have been happier if i bought one without it. also it is neck heavy so its a bit of a pain to play standing up, but you can get used to it. overall its a beautiful looking guitar and it sounds and plays very nice...the value is pretty good, if you have the money to collect guitars, this guitar makes a great showcase guitar, otherwise there are far better guitars out there for the money that are easier to play and stay in tune better.

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    5.0

    Very Iconic!

    By Evan-LrAht

    from Philippines

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    This guitar has one of the best looks that you can find here... The trapezoid inlays are perfect.. The Alnico Classic and Alnico Classic Plus humbuckers really hit the spot.. So if you're looking for a good iconic guitar go for this one...

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    5.0

    AWESOME GUITAR!!!!!!!!!!!

    By ultimatebrebeuf

    from toronto

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    I've had this guitar for a year now and I am very pleased. The pickups give you the most metal tone as you can get! the strings stay in tune well as long as you dont hork the tremolo too hard. I am very pleased with the maestro except for the fact that the whammy bar does not screw off, so even though you can turn it around, it still gets pushed down slightly when in its case. Oh, and do you see that little white plastic tip at the end of the whammy bar? that doesnt look so great but you can take it off without any tools, just simply pull it and it comes off trust me the guitar looks way better without it. So overall this is a very good guitar; perfect for metal,blues,jazz, you name it, this guitar suits everybodies genre of music and playing style. And for this price, you can't go wrong my friend. BUY THIS GUITAR YOU WILL LOVE IT!!!!!!!

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    5.0

    Impressed!

    By DizzyFingers

    from Center of Sask

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    I've had my new SG now for about a month. It came from the factory with a neck that was straight as an arrow. I put 10-46 half rounds on it and I get low action with no buzz anywhere. With the maestro on this guitar you need "nut sauce" on the nut and then it stays in tune. I have just a touoh of binding in the nut on one string and that is easily remedied. I usually take the pickups out of my epi's and replace them with P-90's...this guitar suprised me with the clarity and tone! I think I'll keep the pickups and overall I am very happy with this guitar. The only gripe I have is that the selector switch is scratchy and is in need of a good contact spray to rectify this problem. I play fingerstyle and this thing is comfortable with a nice tone and a awesome neck. Who says SG's are just for "Rock and Roll"...?

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    5.0

    Great SG

    By Nightwind

    from Grove City Ohio

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    I own one now for 4 years. excellent guitat I put it up against a Les Paul any day light weight does not wear you out and the pick-up humbuckers are like heaven. I have a 70's strat which is my pride and joy but I am afraid to use it because of its valune. I am afraid it will be stolen.The pickups are double the power of the strat and the neck is excellent for those scraming leads in the high register.You cannot go wrong the neck is set not bolted all the quality of a Gibson and 1/10 the price.Get one the Mastero is excellent for Steveie Ray and the pick-ups for rock give you that harmoinc bluesy to0ne. You won't go wrong

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    5.0

    G-400

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Epiphone Limited-Edition G-400 Deluxe Electric Guitar with Maestro Vibrato Tailpiece:

    I got this same guitar about a year ago while it was still in white. The only differance was a third pickup in the middle. I was very impressed. It was a huge step up from my squire '51 strat.Features: Excelent. The maestro is a nice touch. Just be weary and crazy abrupt movement WILL ut you out of tune. I noticed my middle stings were most vunerable. But not a big deal if your rockin solo is at the end of a song...The beauty of this guitar is exceptional. Even with just a plain top finish, the gold hardware makes it SHINE*. And the inlays on the headstock are pearly white and makes the guitar look like a virgin every time i pick it up.The action is unbelievable. It is better than most low end Gibson's. The rosewood fretboard is smooth and all the frets were nicely dressed. I set it up in less than an hour so right out of the factory it played great. Sound: I got some pretty cersatile sound out of mine. Anywhere from clean, echo-y old school solo tone to heavy metal pinch harmonic solos. I'd say that the guitar can best play anything clean up until classic rock. But the pickups couldn't catch enough face melting tone for metal as i would like. But thats not what the guitar is made for so i'd give sound a 3.5 out of 5.Quality was second to only a $1000 gibson... seriously. Out of the factory she was ready to be played with no problems...Vaue: For the money, you can't go wrong. Overall: 4.5, because there is obviously a better guitar out there. But since i dount have that deep of pockets, this was my choice and i was thouroughly impressed.

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