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Electric Guitar • Colour / Finish: Antique Ivory • Technology: Solid Body • Body Shape: Double Cut • Strings: 6 string • Neck construction: Set in neck • Frets: 22 • Scale Length: 24,75" (62,87 cm) • Body Material: Mahogany • Neck: Mahogany • Fretboard: Rosewood • Fretboard Inlays: Block inlays • Pickup Configuration: H-H-H (3x Humbucker) • Pickup Selector Switch: 3 way toggle • Controls: 2x volume, 2x tone • Bridge / Tremolo: Tune-O-Matic • Hardware: Gold • The Epiphone G-400 Custom SG electric guitar harks back to the Gibson Les Paul SG Custom of the '60's. This incredible Epiphone Special Edition G400 Custom offers three flexible volume controls for bridge, middle, and neck, and master tone control configuration with gold hardware and 3 Epiphone humbucking pickups. The Gibson SG electric guitars has been one of rock's mainstays since the beginning of the electric guitar. The Gibson SG electric guitar is known for its sustain and great tone, the reason SG's are played by Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath or Pete Townshend of the Who and the ledgendary Gibson SG Double Neck as played by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. This is a 3-humbucker Epiphone G-400 Custom SG electric guitar authorized by Gibson. In the late 50's Gibson introduced the SG solid body electric guitars. SGs had a rather thin twin horn body. This two horned body is what gives the SG more access to the higher frets on the fretboard, and is perhaps the reason guitars are known as axes. The SG has a sinister look that Angus Young of AC/DC had Gibson make one with a lightning bolt. This is a 3-humbucker G-400 Custom SG from Epiphone. EPIPHONE G-400 CUSTOM SG ELECTRIC GUITAR ANTIQUE IVORY FEATURES Pickups: 3 Humbuckers. Controls: 3 volume, 1 tone, 3-way toggle. Hardware: Gold. Scale: 24.75". Nut Width: 1.68". Neck: Set. Neck Mat: Mahogany. FB/Inlay: Rosewood with Block Inlays. Body Mat: Mahogany. Colour: Antique Ivory. Epiphone have been in the business for 125 years now. Epaminondas Stathopoulos is the founder and namesake of Epiphone. He has already obtained his first patent when he was only 24 years old. The history of Epiphone has also been shaped greatly by the brilliant guitarist Les Paul experimenting in the Epiphone factory to design the first solid body electric guitar in 1941. Today Epiphone stand for both innovative guitar design and for excellent yet affordable replicas of true guitar classics.
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