One look at the long list of artists who endorse Epiphone and you know they make superior instruments. Bob Dylan has used many Epiphone acoustic guitars during his career and country star, Paul Brandt, gave away a custom Epiphone Hummingbird acoustic to a lucky fan every night of his 2011 tour. John Lennon’s Casino E230TD was first used on the album "Revolver" and quickly became his main stage and studio guitar. Paul McCartney performed the song "Yesterday" on the Ed Sullivan Show playing his 1964 Texan FT-79 acoustic and still uses that same guitar to play that same song when he performs today. Having so many vocal advocates is a true testament to the quality workmanship of Epiphone products. Epiphone is known for delivering balanced sound and exceptional quality and that’s what you can expect from the Epiphone PR-150 Acoustic Guitar. This dreadnought-styled instrument has a classic look, and its spruce top and mahogany body produce a classic, clear sound that will only get better year after year. One of Epiphone’s best sellers is the DR-100 Acoustic Guitar. This instrument delivers a commanding sound when needed while allowing you to be heard, and hear yourself, at any volume.
Just starting out and interested in the classic 6-string? The Epiphone AJ-220S Acoustic Guitar will probably be perfect for you. This entry level guitar has clear tone and its rosewood bridge and fretboard produce lasting sustain. If a 12-string is more your style, consider the Epiphone DR-212 Acoustic. Natural chrome hardware, a mahogany body and spruce top are combined to provide you with a big-toned and easily playable guitar.
Acoustic guitars are great instruments to start learning on and if your goal is to eventually own an electric guitar, having acoustic experience will definitely help. Whether you’re a first time player or a professional, once you pick up an Epiphone acoustic guitar, it’s sure to become one of your favorite instruments.