The lefty EJ-200SCE finally makes the King of the Flattops available to left-handers. The EJ-200SCE is the modern version of the iconic "cowboy" guitar first released in limited quantities in the 1930s. Originals are some of the most sought after guitars on the vintage market. The EJ-200 shape is also recognized for powering classics by the Everly Brothers in the late 50s including "Wake Up Little Susie" and "Bye Bye Love."
Unlike other instrument makers, Epiphone has always made its classic models available for left-handers.
eSonic2 Preamp System
Made exclusively for Epiphone by Shadow, the leader in acoustic amplification since 1971, the eSonic2 feature studio-quality fidelity, unrivaled dynamics and greatly increased harmonic content resulting in uncompromised acoustic guitar realism. And, with a 5-year Unlimited Warranty, you can rest assured that it will keep working performance after performance.
eSonic2 Controls and Functions
The eSonic2 is equipped with individual EQ controls for each pickup. They are Mag EQ (Nanomag) and Flex EQ (Nanoflex).
Each control has a center "detent" which can be considered a general purpose setting and a good place to start. Each control operates in the same way by increasing Treble up to 9dB when turned clockwise and increasing bass up to 9db when turned counterclockwise. However, these controls are not linear in that other frequencies (in particular mid-ranges) are adjusted as well. This "variable" EQ control allows you to better "shape" the sound.
The blend control is your "mixer" between the Nanoflex and the Nanomag pickups. Use it to control the overall tone of the instrument as well as control the signals coming out of the Stereo outputs. By using it in combination with the EQ controls, you can really tailor the sound of the guitar to fit your playing style, venue and volume level.
While each pickup individually outperforms all others, the combination of the two is extraordinary. The Nanoflex captures string and body vibrations while the Nanomag, mounted at the harmonic-rich end of the fingerboard, captures all the string energy and lush harmonic content. Now, the acoustic guitar has never sounded so real and alive with all its subtle nuances and distinct characteristics.