Epiphone G-400 Chrome Hardware Vintage Electric Guitar - Worn CherryStock code: 58993
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- Alnico Classic Humbuckers
- Solid mahogany body
- Set mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Tune-o-matic bridge
- Trapezoid neck inlays
- Stopbar tailpiece
- Two volume, two tone plus 3-way switch controls
The Epiphone G-400 is a superb instrument and punches well above its weight in this price range. Sound, build and looks, the G-400 has it all.
It all starts with the solid mahogany body, finished in a vintage, warn cherry and completed with a black pickguard, completing the classic SG look. Epiphone always take the time out to ensure their guitars look just as good as they sound and the G-400 is testimony to this fact. The mahogany, slimtaper "D" profile neck of the G-400 is set into the body and contains a classic rosewood fretboard with 22 frets and positional trapezoid inlays. The neck offers a fast and smooth playing experience and the guitar as a whole feels solid and close to the body offering excellent comfort.
To produce its pure and powerful tone, the Epiphone G-400 contains two humbucking pickups in the form of a 57m and a Hot-B, together these pickups are capable of producing hot and thick rhythm and elaborate lead tones. For complete control of your sound, the Epiphone G-400 comes complete with independent volume and tone knobs for each pickup and a 3-way pickup switch so you can change your tone with ease.
Finally, to polish off this remarkable guitar, the G-400 contains a tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for lengthy sustain and unshakable tuning. The Epiphone G-400 brings premium appointments to the table that are usually found on guitars of greater expense and makes them available to players of all budgets.
|Model Name||G-400 Chrome Hardware Vintage Electric Guitar|
|Pickups||57m humbucker, Hot-B humbucker|
|Neck Profile||SlimTaper “D”|
|No. of Frets||22|
Posted on 11/08/2013 by Matthew
I bought this guitar over 4 years ago and haven't really had a problem. It is still used more than a few of my other newer guitars.
It looks great, feels great and plays very well. Lovely sounds from both pickups. If I had one gripe about the SG-400 it would be that it is slightly neck heavy, if you let go of the guitar the neck will slide towards the ground!
At one point the neck pickup or the pickup selector switch may have become faulty but it was fixed for free at the store where I bought it!
Posted on 27/01/2013 by Anonymous
It's a great guitar, which plays well, looks good and feels good. If you have the money get this!