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What a great strumming guitar! I purchased the natural finish, and the guitar is stunning to look at...the maple neck, sides, and back give this big-bodied guitar incredible sonic qualities usually not found at this price point. What a sweet tone!
Pros, Consistent, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Rich Sound, Stays In Tune
Overall; I like the guitar. It's still breaking in. A solid Spruce top would've been nice. It's a good buy for what I spent. It's not junk. If you record, this sweetie likes big Condensor mics. It suits my needs and I don't feel that I've been taken. Sometimes I wish I had larger hands!
The Epiphone EJ-200CE Acoustic-Electric guitar is a classic that has been around for generations. This guitar has the melodious sound of an acoustic that is paired with the power of an electric guitar , so you have the best of both worlds in your hands.
I had read some bad reviews about how stuff had to be fixed right out of the box, can't say I have had any problems like that, but my first impression was this case is not the highest quality case on the market.
The is a fairly inexpensive guitar. With a gorgeous sound and reliability being amazing, it stands to its name as the "King of Flat-Top Guitars" I've played classical, country, folk, jazz and even written some of my own music on this guitar!
Knockout guitar at a stunningly low price for the quality, sound and playability - you don`t get the bells and whistles you get with a Gibson, but you get the soul and then some. No jumbo can come close to this guitar for the price or even within a price of $2,000.
This guitar has a nice feel and makes me want to play it which will increase my skill. The high quality and craftmanship are evident in its look, feel and sound. It is also quite attractive and looks great hanging on the wall with other musical instruments I have collected from around the world.
Great sound, Nice String Actions
I have used Gibson and Epiphone guitars since 1952 and I have never had a proble. I still have my ES350T which I got in 1953, so I know these guitars very well. With my EJ200CE I am somewhat disappointed. The guitar itself is quite good. I love the feel and the acoustic sound.
- Select maple jumbo body
- Solid spruce top
- Set Slim Taper maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard with crown inlays
- Rosewood bridge with synthetic bone saddle
- 25-1/2" scale
- eSonic2 preamp with built-in tuner and NanoFlex/NanoMag pickups
- Stylish mustache bridge and pickguard
- Sloped Dovewing Epiphone headstock
- 14:1 die-cast Gold Grover machine heads
- Gold screws on the traditional "bell" style truss rod cover
- 1.68" nut width
- Body, neck, and headstock binding
- Case sold separately