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Epiphone AJ-100
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Epiphone AJ-100

Jumbo Steel String Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the AJ series.

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" A nice surprise for an entry-level"

Epiphone AJ-100Published on 11/10/12 at 15:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A nice acoustic guitar input range with a well finished binding on the body. Mechanics are remarkably stable for this price range and do not move if have pushed a little bends. Not very original, but nice natural color.
Mahogany for the neck and back, spruce and rosewood for the table for the key.

UTILIZATION

The jumbo body and the neck is slim type. Everything falls to hand well, no imbalance. It is playable and what is essential.

SOUNDS

Good full and diffuse well. With a pick for a couple of minutes of testing, I confess myself pleasure, what I did not expect.

OVERALL OPINION

I guess it is manufactured in a remote Asian country, but it is clear that it is pleasant,......
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A nice acoustic guitar input range with a well finished binding on the body. Mechanics are remarkably stable for this price range and do not move if have pushed a little bends. Not very original, but nice natural color.
Mahogany for the neck and back, spruce and rosewood for the table for the key.

UTILIZATION

The jumbo body and the neck is slim type. Everything falls to hand well, no imbalance. It is playable and what is essential.

SOUNDS

Good full and diffuse well. With a pick for a couple of minutes of testing, I confess myself pleasure, what I did not expect.

OVERALL OPINION

I guess it is manufactured in a remote Asian country, but it is clear that it is pleasant, enjoyable to play and listen. I've seen worse for more money (it was displayed in stores 85 euros). Given its price, it was well worth the money. So I recommend for tight budgets have there a more honest, or first guitar for a beginner, that will do justice to its owner when it improve its ease.
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  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: AJ-100
  • Series: AJ
  • Category: Jumbo Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/26/2011

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