I do not know what country she has it been made but I have another of the same age epiphone made in korea.
Channel 20 frets, a piezo
A standard and comfortable handle, a nice enough touch in palissadre that has aged well over time. Little originality, the truss rod cover is stamped "gibson" I think the previous owner has changed.
The handle has nothing special, it's perfect for an acoustic guitar. Overall, this guitar is classic guitar folks.
It should be great to blues as jazz and samba as it has a very fat sound thanks to a mahogany back, and sides of the handle. I do play in acoustics, piezo is not my thing and it gives not a great sound. The sustain is pretty good.
I use it for 3 years now, and the handle has a small crack at the junction with the body ....
This does not preclude playing! I got it for 120 € at the time, already used, it was a bit pricey when I think, but this guitar has helped me out during the holidays, for example.
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whynot88's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
There are no amps on this electro, just a microphone for a sound but what the!
The handle is enjoyable, easy to play.
The pure (no amp) is really beautiful (the key to Gibson).
All styles Folcker may agree. Depending on the choice of strings
I use it for 10 years and I have yet to find any equivalent. Except for the microphones and amplification that are a little depasss now.
It's really a guitar "sounds".
I would do the same choice without hesitation, especially since it is rare to find.