Epiphone Limited Edition Wildkat KOA with P90s and Bigsby Electric Guitar

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    Innovative design and a stunning solid Koa top, the Wildkat Koa features P-90 pickups for that boutique sound. Epiphone’s Ltd. Ed. Wildkat KOA brings a new twist to a true Epiphone original with a tone rich KOA top, mahogany body with f-holes, Epiphone P-90 Dogear Classic pickups, Bigsby® B70 Vibrato, and Grover® Rotomatic™ 18:1 ratio machine heads.

    The Epiphone Ltd. Ed. Wildkat KOA’s has a similar profile to renowned Epiphone archtops but is made smaller for easier travel. The Wildkat KOA features a solid KOA top and a mahogany body in a beautiful natural finish that’s computer-routed to create a perfectly tuned acoustic guitar-like body but with a center block just like the Sheraton II PRO and ES-335. The combination gives the Wildkat KOA that round archtop tone but with the incredible sustain of a solid body guitar.

    The hand-fitted, glued-in solid mahogany neck has dot inlays, a 24.75” scale, and a 1960s style SlimTaperTM profile that’s easy on the hands for long hours of performing and rehearsing. The classic rosewood fingerboard has a 12” radius and a standard 1.68” nut. The Wildkat’s headstock features Epiphone’s early 60’s bullet badge, seen on rare models from the early 60s including the very first Casino in 1961. And it also comes with world famous Grover Rotomatic machine heads with an 18:1 ratio for fast and accurate tuning. An optional hard case is available.

    Product Specifications
    Epiphone LE Wildkat KOA with P90s and Bigsby Guitar Specifications
    • Top Material: Figured KOA
    • Body Material: Mahogany (computer-routed)
    • Neck Material: Mahogany
    • Neck Shape: "1960's" SlimTaper™; D-Profile
    • Neck Joint: Glued-In, Set Neck
    • Scale Length: 24.75" 
    • Fingerboard Material: Rosewood with pearloid "Dot" inlays
    • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
    • Truss Rod: Yes; Adjustable
    • Truss Rod Cover: 2-Layer (Black/White) with "E" 
    • Frets: 22; Medium-Jumbo
    • Headstock: Sloped Dovewing with vintage "Epiphone" metal badge
    • Binding:
      • Body (top) = 1-Layer; Pure White
      • Fingerboard = 1-Layer; Pure White
      • F Holes = 1-Layer; Pure White
      • Headstock = None
    • Nut Width: 1.68"
    • Hardware: Gold
    • Machine Heads: Grover Rotomatic; 18:1 ratio
    • Neck Pickup: Epiphone P-90R Dogear Classic
    • Bridge Pickup: Epiphone P-90T Dogear Classic
    • Controls: 
      • Master Volume
      • Volume
      • 1 - Tone
    • Pickup Selector: 3-way Epiphone toggle
    • Bridge: Epiphone LockTone Tune-o-matic
    • Tailpiece: Bigsby B70 Vibrato
    • Knobs: Black "Top Hat" knobs with gold metal inserts
    • Strings: D'Addario 10-46
    • Optional Hard Case: (940-EHLCS)
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  615-871-4500 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Smooth
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    After tweaking the neck and string height it plays very smooth.
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    Steve McMillan
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    It's was nearly in perfect tune out of the box
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    Wonderful guitar ,no adjustments needed best guitar I've bought from AMS
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    Paul Cutrona
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    Well done!
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    I've seen a lot of reviews of this on different sites, and of bigsby guitars in general. This particular guitar plays incredibly well, and the bigsby stays in tune no matter how I wail on it. But let me say this - you actually have to know how to set up a guitar first. When i got it, the first thing I did was a slight fret-level, truss adjustment, and polishing of the frets. I always do that. Next, I restrung with better strings. Hybrid-slinky .009's to be exact. Then, I put a tiny bit of lithium grease on the nut - I've been using for years; you get it at Lowes and it's called garage-door grease. Then I stretch the strings out a few times. Now, it does everything it should - low action, all the way up the frets, and whammy antics do not put it out of tune. You may not be able to do all that stuff yourself, and indeed I wouldn't recommend it if you aren't experienced - get a pro setup somewhere. At that point, this guitar feels SOOO good, and plays and sounds phenomenally. However, for MY music, the pickups don't do what I want. I use loud high gain marshall. Dogear pickups tend to howl with that. For clasic rock or anything other, it's fine. But for me, I am ordering the tv-jones dogear-cover spacer (to retain the current look), and a pair of gold gfs pickups. But that's me. I would really recommend this guitar for about any playing style. If you think a semi-hollow can't gut high gain, my other main guitar is an epiphone sheraton-II, and I play in a weekend bar cover band doing stuff like priest, megadeth, kiss, and the like. I love semi hollow's, as once you get the feel, you can use controlled feedback really well. I have no doubt after this setup, this guitar will scream just perfectly. As for "Epiphone" - don't hate - they have become one of the most stable and consistent brands around, and I've played about everything in my 4 decades of playing. I love Epi now. And for the money, you just so cannot beat their guitars. They just need some initial love and attention in the setup department. After that, they compare against anything and about everything I've ever played. This guitar is a player AND a real looker. The koa wood looks amazing, the upper fret access is bettert than a les paul, and the bigsby rocks. Worth getting this guitar.
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    Gary S.
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    Beautiful guitar,looks alone make it a must have for me.
    What is your opinion of this product?
    Other than the looks it`s action and sound are similar to my Epiphone Les Paul Standard Pro.
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    steve
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    I bought this and not knowing what to expect I was total stoked after playing it!
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    worth several times the cost! came out of the box ready to rock!
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    Seth B
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    So far, so good.
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    I just received this guitar, but so far I am very impressed. The build quality is well done and the sound is well balanced. It's definitely a beautiful looking guitar and I am very happy with this purchase.
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