Epiphone Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V”

Epiphone Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V”

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Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V”, V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Epiphone in the Flying V series.

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Epiphone Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V” tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V”
  • Series: Flying V
  • Category: V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2010

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Epiphone Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V” user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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tjon901's review"Metal V from Epiphone"

Epiphone Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V”
Everyone knows the story on Epiphone. Epiphone is the budget line of Gibson guitars. The guitars are made overseas but are made with a lot of the same materials as the more expensive Gibson counterparts. A lot of signature artists are now playing and having their signature models made by Epiphone so more of their fans can afford to purchase them. This is one of the newer signature models from Epiphone. This is the Jeff Waters Annihilation V. Jeff Waters being one of the most influential metal guitarists of all time. This guitar is a typical V with a few extras and mods that make it more handy for metal music. The V has a mahogany body and neck. The guitar has set neck construction with the neck being the thin 60s profile. The fretboard is synthetic ebony that gives you all the benefits of ebony but without the cost. Up top you get 6 Grover tuners and the bridge is one of Epiphones new locking tune-o-matics. The pickups are specially voiced Epiphone pickups made for heavy music. The controls are super simple with just a volume knobs and a 3 way switch. There is also a kill button for funky buckethead type sounds.


Epiphone was smart when coming up with this guitar. They used the 50s style Flying V shape which provides better upper fret access. This is good since this guitar has 24 frets. The synthetic ebony fretboard feels nice and smooth like you want from a fretboard. I love how Epiphone is putting locking tune-o-matics on all their guitars now. They say they increase sustain but what I do know is that they do not fall off when you are changing strings so thats always a plus. Having anything on a guitar nowadays held on by string tension is just silly.


The Jeff Waters pickups have great attack and bite. They are much clearer than typical Epiphoen pickups. They sound really nice and keep their definition when playing fast or with a lot of gain. The bridge pickup is great for string skipping riffs that require a lot of clarity and definition. The neck pickup is clear but also smooth so your leads do not sound harsh. Having the ability to split each pickup is not something you usually find on these types of guitars but it adds a lot of versatility to the sound of the guitar. Having the ability to go from a humbucker sound to a single coil sound which each of the pickups.


This is a good overall guitar and it is the proper way to do a signature guitar. If you just get the black one no one will really know you are playing someone elses guitar. There are no big gaudy logos on it or huge signatures. It is unique on its own. If you are looking for an Epiphone to play metal with this is a good option. It has a lot of features that are not found on many other Epiphones or other guitars in this price range. These extra features make it great for heavy music but it is also versatile for all the different types of music you may want to play.

fredkro's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent quality / price is the sound"

Epiphone Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V”

For Mecas grover c it is not bad although it is preferable to the mechanical blockage.

The kill switch c fun but a little gadget and you gotta go hard, the button is hard enough.

For push / pull, I personally do not find it very convenient during the games we change the tps tt volume in the action, I prefer the push push.

I've taken the flat black, c of the adhesive dc not as pretty as the LTD matte black, but ca pete;)

The inlaid on the neck ca c a really cool idea, they pushed the handle with ds as a plate of plexiglass over the sudden it gives relief

The Epiphone Straps come with the big c m. ... No they are not required 10 min, they loose this one tt


So nivo games nothing to say, very easy to play the neck is super nice, I would say less fat than a gibson and flatter, for access to acute ben c a flying V dc is simple.

Super light

Negative point as any ben c flying the gallery sat playing with the same grip, it is better to take a position in classical guitar


For the ca sends the microphones are especially versatile that it can in the simple splitter after c a matter of look, you can play blues or funk but it will not be very fitting;). By saturating a c c regia powerful enough but not too hot and with lots of personality.

J loves slamming slight single coil spring to handle and position humbucker.

It was immediately the sound waters;)


I have this toy for 1 year, although that aillant of higher-end models (Gibson SG, ESP Horizon ..) I like this guitar a lot, it is very pleasant to play and the pickups are great waters.

I almost regret that she did not no better violin because she deserves it (even if the price increases find s).

Achter in TOTO to € 485 for Parigos as impossible to find Pigalle.

After c made in korea for € 400 dc nivo not finish top.Perso c j have a slight defect in paint on the binding to the 22 th box and when I realized setting of a default on the screw the tune o matic, ca force of the blow before turning tt alone.

However for its price j I want to say go for it, its look, sound and "jouabilitee" are such that they are forgetting the rest.

A have for fans of Jeff;). I personally do it again this choice without hesitate

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Published on 05/05/10
Epiphone says any metal machine is only as good as its pickups, and the Jeff Waters “Annihilation-V” carries a pair that are primed for this artist’s superlative tastes in tone.

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