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Epiphone Wildkat Electric Guitar with Bigsby Tremolo

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Product Description

The Epiphone WildKat Guitar features a Bigsby Tremolo, Nice!
Like the Epiphone AlleyKat and the FlameKat, the WildKat features the small semi hollow body. And they’ve added two Alnico V P90s for classic tone and now featuring a Licensed Bigsby Vibrato. What a sound! The WildKat also features a set maple neck, a flame maple top, and a mahogany body.

Optional hardshell Epiphone EHLCS Deluxe Electric Guitar Case. Item number: EPI EHLCS



About Epiphone Guitars
Since 1873, Epiphone instruments have been proudly played and endorsed by professional artists. And while every Epiphone is a compilation of over 125 years of experience working directly with musicians, only a few embody a single artists individual creativity and spirit. The Epiphone Signature Collection guitars are as legendary and as individual as the artists themselves.

Product Specifications
Epiphone Wildkat Electric Guitar Specifications
  • Pickups: 2 Alnico P90s
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Scale Length: 24.75 inches
  • Nut Width: 1.68 inches
  • Neck: Set
  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Inlay: Dots
  • Binding: Body and Neck
  • Body Material: Mahogany
  • Top: Flame Maple
  • Tailpiece: Bigsby


Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  615-871-4500 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Warranty
A. Lee Morris Jr.
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A Good Rock 'N Roll/ Blues/Bluesrocker/ Value
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What is your overall opinion of this product?
When guitar first arrived, I was quite disappointed & was prepared to send it back as unplayable/unsatisfactory. It wouldn't stay in tune (fluctuated between "sharp" & "flat"), & quality control left something to be desired. Glue around neck/body joint was a bit sloppy, control knobs on crooked, metal nameplate on slightly crooked (gives her character). Also thought I saw blemishes in finish, especially around F holes, but it may have been eyes playing tricks on me in low light. Overall first impression? I knew that Epiphone could do better than this!
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