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Epiphone Emperor Regent
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Epiphone Emperor Regent

Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the Emperor series.

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Publié le 12/09/08 à 11:06
(Originally written by wesmuler/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Guitar made in Korea. 20 frets, floating pickup. Very nice looking floating bridge that matches the guitar's look perfectly.

UTILIZATION

Very ergonomic neck. Pleasant. Ergonomic guitar. It's a real jazz guitar. Everything is good: shape, looks and sound. It's quite surprising considering the price.

The small floating pickup does its job pretty well. The size of the body reminds me of some older Gibson models.

SOUNDS

This instrument is perfect for jazz (Wes Montgommery, Joe Pass, Georges Benson). However, people must stop thinking that the sound depends solely on the guitar! THE GUITARIST MUST ALSO BE CAPABLE...

The sound is round regardless of the style.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using this guitar for two months. I own six other jazz guitars with different prices. This is one of my favorites. It has everything a great guitar has... it is a great guitar.

I recommend it.

But watch out for models made in Indonesia (the last series), like some Joe Pass Emperors. Buy an older model.
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