Epi 1965 G-400

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  1. jeffsg78

    jeffsg78 New Member

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    Hi, this is my first post. I have palying the guitar for awhile and I have an Epi 310 an a strat. I was thinking of getting another SG and I really like the Cherry LE Epiphone 1965 G-400. The problem is the only place you can buy them it seems like is in the UK. Does anyone know of anyplace that still sells them in the U.S.?

    I was thinking if I cant find one to buy, would be possible to get a vintage G-400 and add the maestro tremolo to it?
     
  2. skidshark

    skidshark Active Member

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    welcome to the forums Jeffsg!!

    the epi experts will be along shortly i'm sure! in the meantime have a doughnut and beverage and feel free to move about the cabin....just don't go thru THAT door over there...no no, not THAT one.....
     
  3. tullyx

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    Actually, that would be very seay to do. I came darn close to adding a maestro to my Vintage but never could force myself to actually do it.
     
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    They were only made for one month. You can get them on ebay now. I was one of the lucky who bought one new during that month.
     
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    Six String Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome to ETSG jeffsg78! :) :) :)
     
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    i plan to do it to my future G400 custom
     
  7. jeffsg78

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    Thanks for the welcome! I think Im going to enjoy this site. I decided Im going to get a cherry g-400 vintage then put the maestro on. Shouldnt be too hard. Anyone know the cheapest place that sells the vintage? I think MF will meet anyones price that is cheaper.
     

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