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Epiphone FT-200 The Monticello
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Epiphone FT-200 The Monticello

Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the FT series.

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patrick83patrick83

Epiphone FT-200 The MonticelloPublished on 09/21/08 at 13:26
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To respond didtrav34, I did not this guitar in hand, but I will have it Wednesday, I got it 287, and I'll go look for Marseille, and after having played we'll know more, but having had a piphone kid, a low-end, I have no regrets.

I responds to the moment for the price

USE

Trs

SONORITS

Yes

NOTICE GLOBAL

Not (see above)
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didtrav34didtrav34

Epiphone FT-200 The MonticelloPublished on 08/29/06 at 15:05
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Prfre my guitar, bought in the years 1977 or 1978
Made in Japan in those years lbr /> The top of the handle is finely carved with a beautiful eagle trs
The classic decorating the black plate
Everything is on the nickel scratch!

UTILIZATION

Everything is magical about this guitar is in hand, it feels really know any of the big house "GIBSON"
Thank you John (Mr LENNON sr SVP!)

SOUNDS

Sound great, my friends always j'tonne with their Takamine guitar or other Taylor
I do everything with this guitar, the beatles bob dylan, CSNY, Amrica, to the Stones, JJ Cale, Clapton and so on !!!!!!!!

OVERALL OPINION

I do not know what to replace. I am looking for an acoustic electric......
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Prfre my guitar, bought in the years 1977 or 1978
Made in Japan in those years lbr /> The top of the handle is finely carved with a beautiful eagle trs
The classic decorating the black plate
Everything is on the nickel scratch!

UTILIZATION

Everything is magical about this guitar is in hand, it feels really know any of the big house "GIBSON"
Thank you John (Mr LENNON sr SVP!)

SOUNDS

Sound great, my friends always j'tonne with their Takamine guitar or other Taylor
I do everything with this guitar, the beatles bob dylan, CSNY, Amrica, to the Stones, JJ Cale, Clapton and so on !!!!!!!!

OVERALL OPINION

I do not know what to replace. I am looking for an acoustic electric (the only thing it lacks my opinion), but I can not help myself spare.
Not to mention the sentimental value it has for me, I do not even know what value it can have today?
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Anonymous

Epiphone FT-200 The MonticelloPublished on 07/02/09 at 11:21
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What country does she makes? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
What rglages (volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
What type of race?
Mine is from 1977, made in Japan.

I found it at a friend with the head broken at the nut.

I have been glued by a friend, she is like new ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is it enjoyable?
Access in acute (dernires freight) is it easy?
Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Do you get a good sound easy? ...
I'm on the ass every time I take. Jou have a lot of guitars with a Gibson Hummingbird among others,......
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What country does she makes? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
What rglages (volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
What type of race?
Mine is from 1977, made in Japan.

I found it at a friend with the head broken at the nut.

I have been glued by a friend, she is like new ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is it enjoyable?
Access in acute (dernires freight) is it easy?
Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Do you get a good sound easy? ...
I'm on the ass every time I take. Jou have a lot of guitars with a Gibson Hummingbird among others, RJ45, the Takamine and company. It competes carrment.

A great balance throughout the run, safe and sound terrible.

Access in acute is not the easiest but it is not a pan shot so we excuse.

The hoop is worthy of a good Gibson, trs enjoyable round.

Trs beautiful engraving on the head.

SOUNDS

Appropriate are your style of music?
What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?
Sounds worthy of Gibsons. When I close my eyes I'm in the States.

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it?
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
How do you report qualitprix?
Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
I love
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patrick83patrick83

Epiphone FT-200 The MonticelloPublished on 04/08/11 at 21:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan, it will soon be submitted for gold ....

Characteristics see more opinions ....

Highways further notice



UTILIZATION

The handle is super nice.

A guitar that is no longer, and look fabulous ..

with the eagle on his head.

Mine comes from a friend, she has some fart on the table, it has been reviewed by a luthier friend of mine, and it is top of the top.



SOUNDS

my first acoustic guitar (I chui moujaeut grandpa, Cajarc), was an Epiphone.

I was a kid, I do not know which was more, but stick with ultra-thin, short, not really my game but I have learned).

A friend gave me this one, it was completely deregulated, and my friend luthier has given all square.

......
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Made in Japan, it will soon be submitted for gold ....

Characteristics see more opinions ....

Highways further notice



UTILIZATION

The handle is super nice.

A guitar that is no longer, and look fabulous ..

with the eagle on his head.

Mine comes from a friend, she has some fart on the table, it has been reviewed by a luthier friend of mine, and it is top of the top.



SOUNDS

my first acoustic guitar (I chui moujaeut grandpa, Cajarc), was an Epiphone.

I was a kid, I do not know which was more, but stick with ultra-thin, short, not really my game but I have learned).

A friend gave me this one, it was completely deregulated, and my friend luthier has given all square.

Then, the sound, hummmmm ..

Yet I have Martin, a high-end (D35), and a supposedly low-end (DX1), and others, but when I play this guitar, I found the sound of my youth, and c ' is crazy, a balance between the bass, and treble médiumm, one is at his Gibson.

I hesitated to write a post about it, but it's a guitar for real connoisseurs.

and look, and everything, in short, we fell in love.

Too bad that this guitar either side, and made more and more .....

And the pleasure of playing it, it's indescribable.



OVERALL OPINION

I use it for three years, and the more upscale (if there ever was), often remain in their boxes.
.
To own a guitar, and a pleasure seamless.

According to my expert, well maintained and properly adjusted, it is 400 Euro, and you keep it for life, and believe me it gets better with time.

I had an opportunity, but it is an excellent choice.

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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: FT-200 The Monticello
  • Series: FT
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/05/2002

We have no technical specifications for this product
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Other names: ft 200 themonticello, ft200themonticello, ft200 themonticello, ft200 the monticello, ft 200the monticello

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