Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio Electric Guitar - Cherry

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  • Limited Edition Epiphone Dot sound at a great price
  • Laminated maple body with a mahogany centre block for added stability
  • Mahogany neck with comfortable SlimTaper “D” neck profile
  • 22-fret rosewood fingerboard offers a sumptuous playing surface for the fingertips
  • 2 Vintage Alnico Humbuckers provide a powerful sound output
  • Classic Tune-o-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for enhanced sustain
  • Reliable Grover tuning machines ensure tuning accuracy
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Taking Epiphone’s semi-hollow body making prowess and combing it with the Gibson-designed ES-335, the Epiphone Dot has been a staple of many guitarist’s collections for over a decade now. Taking this much-loved, cross-genre tone machine and stripping it back to offer it to the more budget-aware player Epiphone present the Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio.

Stripped back it may be but the Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio is still a Dot, with all that entails. Doing away with only a few extras, that many may find to be superfluous, the Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio retains all the great resonance, sustain, sound and build-quality that you would expect of a Dot.


Blurring the lines between the Studio and the standard Dot this limited edition version of the model features a laminated maple body, with a mahogany centre block. The same 24.75” scale mahogany neck has also been hand-fitted and glued-in. The neck has a comfortable SlimTaper “D” shape profile and is topped by a rosewood fingerboard.


The Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio Guitar’s soulful, bluesy tones are given voice by a pair of Vintage Alnico Humbuckers, which are controlled easily by a three-way selector switch and volume & tone control knobs.


The classic Epiphone pairing of a LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece is equipped on the Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio to offer exceptional stability and sustain. Grover machine heads are also in place to offer tuning accuracy.

ModelLimited Edition Dot Studio Electric Guitar
Top MaterialMaple
Body MaterialMahogany
Neck MaterialMaple
Fingerboard MaterialRosewood
Pickup ConfigurationHH
BridgeHard Tail
No. of Frets22
Position InlaysDot
Bridge/TailpieceAnchored Adjusto-Matic
Pickups Neck and Bridge: Alcino V Humbuckers
Controls Master Volume,
Master Tone
Pickup Switching 3-Position Toggle:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup,
Position 2. Middle Pickup,
Position 3. Neck Pickup
Posted on 11/08/2019 by The perfect combination of a budget instrument and studio-level performance. Absolutely satisfied.
Posted on 25/02/2014 by Tried it again in another Dawsons store. I ended up buying this instead of the Ibanez.

I think that the fret wires that were in the first one I tried were faulty, and that's why it failed to play certain notes. It still works perfectly almost a year later.
Posted on 13/02/2013 by Nice sound and feel but I found it sometimes flunked the notes.

Slightly disappointing for an Epiphone, as I’ve heard good things about them. Personal preference, but I prefer Ibanez.

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