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.

    Lock Tone Stopbar Tailpiece Detail Lock Tone Stopbar Tailpiece Lock Tone Tune-O-Matic Bridge Lock Tone Tune-O-Matic Bridge Detail


    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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    Vermont Blues Player
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    Steal of the century!
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    this guitar is flatbout killer! i had tomlower the bridge a bit a few times in a row and tweak the truss rod a little to bring down the action, but once it settled in, this classic axe roared! i have owned many high end guitars including a Gibson '61 reissue and this thing holds its own. the neck has some welcome chunk to it and the fut and finish were absolutely perfect.
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    HiggY, chris@higgycomm.com
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    Awwwwwsome Ax
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    owned for 4mo now... feels great, sounds great, plays like a "frettless wonder" .. sustain: forever :) out-of-the-box: minor intonation & action adjustments
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    :-)Brian
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    decent for the money
    What is your opinion of this product?
    Fit and finish is good, stays in tune, intonation was good but set up was bad, strings buzzed horribly but after about 15 minutes of tweaking truss rod and bridge it now plays well.
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    John
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    Great guitar
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    I bought this guitar almost a year ago and loved it, I still play it today and it still feels and sounds like a brand new guitar.
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    Holt
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    Great guitar
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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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    Dwain
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    Worth the money. Great sound and beautiful color.
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    Great guitar for the money. Neck is very comfortable.
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    maestro deathstomp
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    Quality budget guitar, great price!
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    I've owned a faded epi SG for about 3 years now. I originally bought it to add versatility to the stable as I perform and play modern metal. I use it far more than I ever imagined I would. Even though its got "classic" pickups it is fully capable of getting brutal. Its tuning stability is great. The build quality of mine was perfect. Very comfortable guitar as well. The neck is bigger than the rest of my arsenal but it doesn't bother me at all.Epiphone did a good job!
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