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Epiphone Steel String Guitars user reviews

  • Epiphone FT-150 Bard

    Epiphone FT-150 Bard - "Epiphone FT-150 Bard" has images


    Ok so I just picked up this old Japanese Epiphone really inexpensive here in Bulgaria. It was a mess. Cleaned it up and took it to my Luthier. We replaced the tunig keys with inexpensive replacements from Ebay UK and refretted the instrument. After s…

  • Epiphone Hummingbird

    Epiphone Hummingbird - "Buy something else"


    Made in Indonesia. Very low quality spruce top. UTILIZATION Terrible fret job. I returned it and the replacement wasn't much better. SOUNDS This is a very poorly built guitar. Buy an Ibanez or Yamaha instead. I sold mine after 7 months and b…

  • Epiphone DR-100

    Epiphone DR-100 - "not expensive and solid tones"


    The Epiphone DR-100 (Ebony) is a 6 string guitar that has a spruce top and it is mahogany on the sides and back. The fret board is rosewood and the neck is mahogany as well. You can actually purchase this guitar in Natural, Vintage Burst and Mahogany…

  • Epiphone PR-200

    Epiphone PR-200 - "very cheap"


    I remember purchasing the PR 200 back in 99 I think could have been 98. I got it used and only had to pay around 100 dollars for it which was a steal at the time. I have even seen people selling these online and at pawn shops and second hand stores f…

  • Epiphone EL-00

    Epiphone EL-00 - "Another good acoustic from Epiphone."


    This guitar from Epiphone has a mahogany body with a solid spruce top, a mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and 24.75 inch scale, 19 frets total but the neck joint at the 14th fret, and chrome hardware. It has a sunburst finish, black pickguard, a…

  • Epiphone 6830

    Epiphone 6830 - moosers's review


    The Epiphone 6830 is a jumbo acoustic guitar. I believe these guitars where made during the early 1970’s, but I’m not sure on the exact dates of production. I’ve used this guitar a bunch in the studio as it’s a main stay for one of the studios that…

  • Epiphone FT-79 Texan

    Epiphone FT-79 Texan - moosers's review


    The Epiphone FT-79 Texan is a dreadnought style acoustic guitar from the 1960's. I believe the Texan guitars were made as early as the 1950's, but the particular one that I've used was from the mid 60's. The guitar is only acoustic as it's doesn't …

  • Epiphone AJ-220S

    Epiphone AJ-220S - "Epiphone AJ220S"


    This AJ220s is in Natural. Also available in Vintage Sunburst. Although it is called 'Advanced Jumbo' it is really a round shouldered dreadnought. It is the same guitar as the AJ200S, except that it has a satin finished neck. Made in Indonesia. …

  • Epiphone Hummingbird

    Epiphone Hummingbird - "Epiphone Hummingbird"


    I bought this guitar with the sunburst finish. It is a dreadnought, so it has a bigger body, and it is not a cutaway. The top is solid Sitka spruce and the sides are mahogany laminate. The custom hummingbird pick guard is a beautiful touch. I had bee…

  • Epiphone PR-200

    Epiphone PR-200 - Scribbler12000's review


    Slim neck. Jumbo-style frets, too big, but at the time I didn't know any other models. With smaller frets this guitar would've been amazing! THE problem of this guitar has always been the neck: It bends a bit at least twice a year, with every season…