Epiphone Faded G400 SG Electric Guitar

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Product Description

The Epiphone Faded G400 is classic guitar you're not afraid to play every day! The SG-shaped Vintage G400 has the well-worn look and feel of a favorite guitar. It's Worn finish showcases the wood grain (similar to Gibson's popular Faded series). The Faded G400 has a mahogany set neck with super satin finish, Alnico Classic humbucker pickups, nickel hardware and tune-o-matic bridge.

Lock Tone
The Lock Tone Tune-O-Matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece are standard equipment on all Epiphone guitars with a tune-o-matic setup. From their Custom Les Pauls right down to the Special II, Epiphone knows that tuning stability and sustain can make or break a guitar so it’s important to have a dependable bridge you can trust.

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Product Specifications
Epiphone Faded G400 Electric Guitar Specifications
  • Pickups: Alnico Classic humbuckers
  • Hardware: Nickel
  • Scale: 24.75 inches
  • Nut Width: 1.68 inches
  • Neck: Set
  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Inlay: Trapezoid
  • Body material: Mahogany



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This Epiphone SG is a great guitar. The neck is easy to play. It is on the thick side but I found playing it to be no problem. I have been playing guitar for over 20 years so perhaps this is why. The guitar I have been playing for about the past 10 years is an Ibanez Artcore semi-hollowbody. The neck on the Ibanez is thinner than the SG but still a rounded neck, unlike the Ibanez Wizard necks which are quite flat. The SG has I think a very full range sound except that the bridge pickup does not have a lot of treble and the neck pickup has a lot of bass response. I personally like this and was one of the reasons I got an SG. I tune the guitar down three steps to Bb (B flat), and I think the SG gives a great aggressive low end response. The hardware is very solid and seems good quality.
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