Epiphone Worn G-400 (Faded G-400)
Epiphone Worn G-400 (Faded G-400)

Worn G-400 (Faded G-400), SG-Shaped Guitar from Epiphone in the SG series.

RockNFun 08/12/2013

Epiphone Worn G-400 (Faded G-400) : RockNFun's user review

«  Excelente violin, electronics not terrible »

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Value For Money : Excellent
The SG "G-400" of Epiphone is made in China. It has 22 frets and humbucker typical configuration (I do not know the exact model but it seems to me that the "classic" of Epiphone.) Is full of mahogany, except the key well understood, which is rosewood . The handle is sticking and is very nice, mechanical grooving and takes pretty good agreement. attention should be noted that the nut is plastic (and badly cut ...) The guitar is known for having an excellent violin.


good, like all Sg, it is lightweight, Access to acute is nikel and slumps, or a used Foix we quickly forget that little detail. (It's on when we move from the LP has a SG, you soon feel the difference! Reverse works too ...) Now that I'm getting used to the SG I have a little trouble with the LP-type guitar. I better get a move on stage or in my room with a SG than a LP. much more manageable for my taste!


Well it's a SG, the sound is bold and aggressive! small flat, ormis a great violin, electronics is crap. So think a change the pickups and electronics in the future, this guitar really deserves it! (The nut is pretty crappy too, it's plastoch 'and badly cut, so not great for holding agree ... think a change ;))


Well, I use since February 2013, and I'm pretty happy, I plan to change the pickups, the nut and the electronics in the future. after that, the guitar is worthy of a gibson of entry-level! :) I love the graining of wood, which I find is more visible with faded paint! good, pretty good value for money, I highly recommend this guitar!