Epiphone ES-175 Reissue Guitar Review :: Electric Guitars Reviews

introduces a version of the classic 2-pickup hollowbody combining quality with affordability.

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Since it’s introduction in 1949 by Gibson, the Epiphone ES-175 (originally called that due to it’s price tag of $175) has established itself as instrument of choice for many jazz and blues musicians. For the first time ever, Epiphone introduces a version of this classic 2-pickup hollowbody combining quality with affordability. The Epiphone ES 175 Guitar features a laminated Maple top with Mahogany back and sides and is equipped with 2 Alnico Classic humbuckers for the dark, rich tone. This electric guitar also features a hard Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard for classic feel and Grover machine heads for outstanding tuning accuracy and stability.

Features + Technical Specs
Pickups: Alnico Classic HB
Hardware: Chrome
Scale: 24 3/4″
Nut Width: 1.68″
Neck: Mahogany, set
Fretboard: Rosewood
Frets: 21
Inlay: Dot
Binding: B/N
Body Material: Mahogany
Back and Sides: Mahogany laminate
Top Wood: Maple
Bridge/Tremolo: Tune-o-matic
Tailpiece: stop-bar

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