Author: Domino

Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

The Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar builds on Epiphone’s great tradition of archtops such as the legendary Sheraton and Emperor. Simplified controls and minimalist styling provide great functionality and elegant visual appeal while powerful Vintage Alnico V Plus pickups give it plenty of bite. Drawing on the classic 335 vibe, with maple top, back, sides, and set neck, the Epiphone Dot Studio guitar dishes out hot blues and rock when overdriven or thick jazz tones clean.

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Washburn WD32SW Acoustic Guitar

the warm, full sound of solid spruce with gorgeous appointments and expert craftsmanship.

Solid sapele body, solid spruce for the top and thin scalloped spruce brace are the foundation of a great sound. The bound ebony fingerboard with pearl slash inlays complements the multiple-bound top, ebony butterfly bridge, chrome Grover tuners. Intricate wood marquetry and a satin finish add to the natural appearance and sound of this guitar. Includes gig bag.

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Yamaha FG720S Acoustic Guitar

great looks and feel at an incredibly affordable price.

Yamaha’s acoustics have a well-earned reputation for their consistency and quality, and the 720S is no exception. The FG720S series of acoustic guitars offer great looks and feel at an incredibly affordable price. The heart of this sweet dreadnought is a solid Sitka spruce top expertly braced and attached to a nato body. It also has die-cast tuners, a rosewood bridge and fingerboard, tortoise pickguard, and white/black body and neck binding. Finish options available for this guitar include Natural, Black, Brown Sunburst, Dusk Sun Red, and Ocean Blue Burst. Also available in a 12-string version (FG720S-12) and a left-handed version (FG720SL) with a Natural finish.

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Yamaha RGX320FZ Electric Guitar

Yamaha’s new RGX series embodies hard-edge design and ultimate playability. The new RGX520FZ and RGX320FZ are Yamaha’s first true double-cutaway set neck guitars with features and appointments typically found only on custom guitars. The RGX320FZ features an elegant carved top with body binding, a mahogany neck with a bound rosewood fingerboard, 3-D headstock design, two Yamaha humbucking pickups, and chrome hardware with Yamaha’s signature tailpieces. The RGX520FZ upgrades to a gorgeous figured maple top on a solid mahogany body, a custom inlay at the 12th fret, and beautiful translucent finishes.

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Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

the Les Paul Studio is the favorite of guitarists who demand traditional Les Paul performance with a modern attitude.

The arrival of the Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar in 1983 offered guitarists all the essential elements of a Les Paul Standard, including a carved top and humbucking pickups. Its simple yet elegant design quickly helped it become the most popular model in the Les Paul Series. Cutting-yet-rich tone — the hallmark of the LP — pours out of the 490R and 498T alnico magnet humbucker pickups mounted on a carved maple top with a mahogany back. Gibson Les Paul Studio Guitar features rosewood fretboard with trapezoid inlays makes for great looks while dual volume and tone controls provide complete command of your sound on these musical instruments.

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