The Epiphone website will inform you about all the features of the instrument.
Note that manufacturing is Korean, a good level of finish (Pearless Factory?).
What can be learned:
- Micro Gibson Classic 57
- Satin finish varnish end (Red Wine for it)
For the rest, it is built like a ES-175 ... mahogany body and maple sides.
Certainly it is for jazz ... but in reality, it will adapt to any type of music, except for the "rough metal" which will require a different type of guitar.
I will not dwell on the characteristics ... archi-known guitar.
Note qu'Epiphone opted for a slim neck profile type ... excellent choice. It is much more comfortable to handle a round of Gibson ES-175 reissue.
I need to draw the line on this chapter? Not ...
ES-175 equipped with célébrissimes Classic 57 .... IT SOUNDS!
Excellent vintage Epiphone that this series "Premium". Much better than the previous one (which I had). The finish is very good, the satin finish, very fine, and brings a soft touch to the guitar class. The frets are polished correctly, mechanical "Epiphone Deluxe" are at Grover found on the original. Electronic level, it is dressed appropriately for an ES-175. The price is correct, incommensurate with the Gibson series that are not finished better (I had too). The one complaint concerns the absence of case for the price he could provide one. The Epiphone 940 model (the one for Archtops 16 inches) fits him, affordable (around 70 euros) ...
Aficionados of the legendary ES-175, the new Premium Series from Epiphone can make you happy! It contributes to mine