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Inspired by 1964 Texan, Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Epiphone in the Texan series.


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  • Manufacturer:Epiphone
  • Model:Inspired by 1964 Texan
  • Series:Texan
  • Category:Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/28/2011

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Epiphone Inspired by 1964 Texan user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Steww12/30/2009

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

Epiphone Inspired by 1964 Texan
Made in China
<span style="font-family: verdana, tahoma, arial, helvetica; font-size: 13px;">Solid Spruce Top,
Solid Mahogany Back,
Mahogany Sides
Mahogany Neck,
Rosewood Fretboard,
42.5mm nut width,
Scale 648 mm,
20 Frets,
Parallelogramm Inlays,
Tortoise Pickguard,
Kluson tuners with small Plastic Knops,
Nickel Hardware,
Limited Edition Logo on Back of Headstock,
Shadow Nanoflex Pickup and Shadow Sonic Sound-hole Preamp System</span>

USE

The handle is very pleasant when we want this guitar, you can not lick the. The handle is wide enough that when one has let the big hand of being comfortable.
Once well rgle the instrument reveals gnial be. So it seems the body is larger than a dreadnought I am aware not count because I have always played on a Jumbo so for me the body is smaller.

SONORITS

I've always been a big fan of the Beatles, and it is with this guitar that Paul McCartney recorded Yesterday for example. It is with joy that I find Paul's sound when I play on this guitar.
I had the opportunity to essay to the signature Paul McCartney Texan and mine, and although its level there is no big difference.
Certainly the sound signature is a little thinner ....... I think the difference is more plays in the finishing and packaging than anything else.
The bass is breathtaking, the balance between the mdium and treble is good.
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NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for two weeks and already I can not do without. This is a great guitar reduces prices.
It is easy to play for hours without realizing it.
I agree with r and I surprised myself it possde bass very deep and prcis
<span style="font-weight: normal;">Thomann bought for 350, I would do this choice eyes closed as the price quality ratio is more than fantastic.

The finish is very good even if I could see a veneer of default behind the sleeve head.

If you like the acoustic sound of Paul McCartney, buy this guitar you will not be due !!</span>
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pesen10/22/2013

pesen's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good guitar"

Epiphone Inspired by 1964 Texan
purchased from Thomann. Made in Indonesia mine! (This is not the case for all) clean and well adjusted. handle end and easy. a microphone (Nanoflex) discrete in the rosette. (I do not like piezzos but whatever it is, it can be used)

UTILIZATION

it is easy to play, even without changing the original strings, the sound is good! enough light.

SOUNDS

I have not tested enough to know the styles that match, but this is for the folk that I bought it and it should be done for! ... (Ask Macca!)

OVERALL OPINION

two test days is a bit short but I'm not disappointed so far. I bought it just before the increase that was not displease me. good guitar for cheap! pretty face, nice. buy it without a problem. no complaints.
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Steww12/30/2009

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

Epiphone Inspired by 1964 Texan
Made in China
<span style="font-family: verdana, tahoma, arial, helvetica; font-size: 13px;">Solid Spruce Top,
Solid Mahogany Back,
Mahogany Sides
Mahogany Neck
Rosewood Fretboard,
42.5mm nut width,
Scale 648 mm,
20 Frets,
Parallelogramm Inlays,
Tortoise Pickguard,
Kluson Tuners With Small Plastic Knops,
Nickel Hardware
Limited Edition logo on back of Headstock,
Pickup NanoFlex Shadow and Shadow-hole Sonic Sound Preamp System</span>

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice when you want this guitar, you can not let go. The handle is wide enough to allow this when we have big hands to be comfortable.
Once properly adjusted, the instrument turns out to be great. So it appears the fund is bigger than a dreadnought I do not realize it because I always played on a Jumbo so for me the body is smaller.

SOUNDS

I've always been a big Beatles fan, and with this guitar that Paul McCartney recorded "Yesterday, for example. It is with joy that I find the sound of Paul when I play on this guitar.
I had the opportunity to try to put the signature Texan Paul McCartney and mine, and although its level there is not much difference.
While the sound signature is a little thinner ....... I think the difference is played more in the finishing and packaging than anything else.
The bass is breathtaking, the balance between the midrange and treble is good.
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OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two weeks already and I can not do without. It's a great guitar at a discount.
It plays easily for hours without realizing it.
I've given in D and I'm surprised it has deep bass and accurate
<span style="font-weight: normal;">Purchased from Thomann for 350 €, I would do this choice with your eyes closed because the value price is more than fantastic.

The finish is very good although I noticed a lack polish behind the headstock.

If you like the acoustic sound of Paul McCartney, buy this guitar you will not be disappointed!</span>
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lgorra09/11/2010

lgorra's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Unbeatable"

Epiphone Inspired by 1964 Texan
For technical details, see the previous opinion.
Leaving the cardboard guitar, what surprises most is his weight. The internal construction (heels, dams ...) seems to be reinforced concrete .. what will inevitably feel the sound.

A special mention for the spruce top, which is splendid and the pattern of chenille and regular end is worthy of a guitar very very high end.
Version of "vintage natural" orange varnish gives it the appearance of a cedar ... which is actually a bit unfortunate as it is rare to see a spruce as well selected, especially at this price!.
The mahogany back (solid please!) Is carved from one piece (not bookmatché). Without being ugly, this is not the most beautiful I have ever seen (the color is a little on the red rather than brown, and it is not speckled with black like some varieties) . Binding was plastic cream (usually at Gibson, and finally quite nice), but the nuts are bone.
Finally, preamp shadow in the rose .. I am repeating myself, but at this price point, it's madness!

UTILIZATION

For me, the handle is standard, but comfortable. Those who are off are probably used to playing on electric.

On leaving the board, the action is very high, but the trussrod is effective (not something lousy like on some models and more ...); and is accessed by the head (not common in this price range ) and the allen wrench is provided. In two or three turns of the key, it returns easily to a more acceptable level (2.5 mm low E 12th box, and just over 1mm high E which is low). And then, magically, it does not frieze! ... For it is true that setting yourself what type of guitar industrially manufactured in China often turns into a nightmare (twisted neck, not visible to the naked eye but generates intractable problems when one plank is not luthier). So here, bravo!

SOUNDS

In terms of pure projection, the Texan can not compete with a Dreadnought (by far). Blame the format (less bass with square shoulders), but mostly very rigid construction, which results Therefore a weight and bridle a bit of wood vibration.

I did not open in two, but the dam is apparently not reduced as a martin. The sound is compressed, which constrains power, but provides a lot of balance in the registers. Frequencies do not swirl and do not overlap (the sound of dreadnought-beam is powerful lightweight and flattering, but also a bit messy). Here, each string produces a sharp and distinct, just like a bell.

After the first surprise to see a guitar of this size lack of volume, I find it particularly relevant and sound nice, especially for the game by picking.

In electro, the result is excellent and very natural for a piezo pickup under saddle.


OVERALL OPINION


I think this model is almost exhausted. But if you want a good acoustic / electric guitar in this format "Slope Shoulder", the value for money is unbeatable.

The sound of compressed audio players destined instead of picking who will love its accuracy and balance. Those who seek above all the power will be disappointed.
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