Epiphone Vintage G-400 Electric Guitar Review :: Electric Guitar Reviews

Epiphone Vintage G-400 Electric Guitar

A true icon guitar, the SG was originally a succesor Les Paul model from 1961 to 1968. This edition of the prized 1962 Gibson SG boasts the power and merciless sustain you expect to shake you all night long … possesing all the bite, tone and comfort of the original at a fraction of the cost! This G-400 features a “Faded” satin finish and “aged” fretboard and headstock inlays for the comfortable broken-in feel. It’s constructed of a mahogany neck glued into a mahogany body with twin Alnico Classic Humbuckers pickups. Separate volume and tone controls for each of the high-output humbuckers give you complete control of your sound. This guitar is ready to rock right out of the box!
From some of the sellers you can buy it with an amp pack, which includes Epiphone Studio 15R amplifier, quartz digital tuner, 20′ cable, and headphones. The amp has an 8″ speaker, 15W power, reverb, 2 channels, FX loop, headphone jack, and a sharp black and chrome look.

Features + Technical Specs
Pickups 2 Alnico Classic Humbuckers
Body Mahogany
Fingerboard Rosewood
Inlay 22-fret rosewood-trapezoid
Neck Set-Mahogany
Nut Width 1.68 in.
Scale 24.75 in.
Hardware Chrome
Tailpiece Stopbar
Finishes Worn Brown, Worn Cherry

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