Epiphone FT-150 Bard
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Epiphone FT-150 Bard

FT-150 Bard, Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Epiphone in the FT series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Audience: Anyone Value For Money : Excellent
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Tangentz00706/26/2019

Tangentz007's review"Epiphone FT-150 Bard"

Epiphone FT-150 Bard
Ok so I just picked up this old Japanese Epiphone really inexpensive here in Bulgaria. It was a mess. Cleaned it up and took it to my Luthier. We replaced the tunig keys with inexpensive replacements from Ebay UK and refretted the instrument. After stringining it with Martinextra lights it sound crappy but was very easy to play. I took it back to the luthier and had hime change the bridge to bone from plastic and went with a heavier set of strings. So all you players having this sound iossue with the bass strings being thin sounding this fixed the problem The guitar plays and sounds like a dream! An excellent inexpensive investment!
vinvindub02/01/2009

vinvindub's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Epiphone FT-150 Bard
Guitar 70s, and yes it is getting up
made in Japan

UTILIZATION

Handle excellent to play on a rgal
the sound is good, despite its age

SOUNDS

The guitar, mine allgrement displaying its 35 rods, the body has suffered a bit and a little grooming MRIT, especially at the bridge but after 35 years I normally connnais not many guitars that would increase the current time as
It is dsormais a guitar collection, especially emotional
it still sounds good, ds I could I would see a luthier to do it again

OVERALL OPINION

I said 35 years dj
Premire is my guitar, and as in love, is terrible THE FIRST
not no joke, it's a good guitar whose sound is excellent
it no longer makes guitars as a
if I could find new, I Achteras on a