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Epiphone Tony Iommi Signature G-400 Guitar Left-Handed

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Classic SG attitude is enhanced with MOP cross fingerboard inlays, black chrome hardware, and a matching black finish on the solid mahogany body. The...Click To Read More About This Product

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An axe worthy of a metal master!

Classic SG attitude is enhanced with MOP cross fingerboard inlays, black chrome hardware, and a matching black finish on the solid mahogany body. The slim-taper mahogany neck is fast and the Gibson USA Iommi pickups put out the firepower required for maximum destruction.

  • Gibson USA Iommi pickups
  • Black chrome hardware
  • 24.75" scale
  • 1.6875" nut width
  • Mahogany slim-tapered neck
  • Mahogany body
  • Mother of pearl cross inlays on fingerboard
  • Stopbar tailpiece
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This guitar rocks my socks off!!!!

By Johnny D

from Muscatine, IA

To be honest, i bought this guitar because it looks sweet. When i got it, i was amazed at the quality of the sound. because it is an epiphone, i didn't expect it to be stand up to gibson's sound, but i would put it up against most gibsons.

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There is a reason some folks are unhappy

By slim

from Fresno, CA

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You need to study the artist to find out how to get the sound on this guitar.Tony tuned a half step down to Eb-Ab-Db-Gb-Bb-Eb because of an injury to his finger. As in the last day working in a factory before Black Sabbath was to try and make it, he cut the end of his finger off.This made it necessary to were a fake finger which made him need to do the 1/2 step down thing.It also gave him the lower overtones for that Sabbath sound.By the way a lot of lefties who play a right handed guitar upside down like Albert King also used this tuning. This also gave them more twang.Because Jimi Hendrix was a good friend of Albert King he also used this tuning a lot. This tuning is much better on the shorter Gibson scale than the longer Fender one.I know this because I tune my Gibson SG to this tuning and transpose. My Fender Thinline Tele I keep in standard tuning.So you sometimes need to study the alternate tunings the artist used to get that sound. I love Albert King and this tuning (even though I am right handed) let me nail his sound even though he used a Flying V and I'm using a SG.What gets me is all the SRV clones who don't understand that he used alternate tuning 60-70% of the time yet he is their guitar god.Getting the tuning right is the most important thing.


good starter guitar

By ghost-iIvkB

from california

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k i bought this guitar cause im a lefty (obviously) well no other left guitar sounded like this one, this one has that dark metal sound. i love it the only bad part is, i think the strings or somthing on it are a little stiff, ive tried swapping them out but to no avail. and it scratches easy, this is a good starter guitar, for the price, its worth it.


my reason to live.

By buzztar

from stockton ca.

roses are red violets are blue, this guitar rocks, and i am not s****ing you. buy it now, or buy two. play it loud, play it true. blow your socks off. catch that beat, when you put it down, may god give you peace.


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By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I was very much looking forward to getting this guitar and once it showed up on the door stop I was filled with anticipation. Thats where the feel good story ends. It looked and felt dare I say "cheap". The Sg400 lefty for half the price I bought later was by far a better value along with "sounding better" too. The guitar neck seemed actually too heavy for the body causing an awkward balance to the guitar. The pickups werent anything to get overly excited about. I didnt get that Sabbath vibe from it. I sold it to buy the Sg400 and have no regrets. So save your money and by the lefty SG400. That guitar is by far a better looking and sounding value bar-none.

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