Discussion in 'Epiphone SG' started by chrisoldroyd, Aug 23, 2019.
Nothing more to say, my G400 Pro is awesome, show me yours this Friday!
Well it's Friday, and here's mine.
I bought it a few years back to see how it stacks up to a real SG. Needless to say, I don't use it. It's still brand new. I'd sell it, but I will never get out of it what I paid for it and it's case. Some day I'll trade it or give it away to the right person.
Love a bit of cherry
2004 Cherry Vintage
2005 Natural Vintage
Well it's Saturday here, but here's mine.
And here it is next to my other "SG", a J&D Luthiers copy.
Hooray for inexpensive Chinese guitars!
My trusty G400 that I resurrected.
This is my unfinished homemade custom SG, I cant afford parts right now and its by no means a necessity obviously.
another one of the familiy...
One of my epip sg
My Epiclone G400 korina
I have a 1966 G-400 (profile pic) and I know I want a black SG in the future as well, but I haven't yet decided on the 1966 with the large bat looking pickguard or this type with the small pickguard and pup mounters. Dangit, they both look great, and the electronics are all the same.
My Chinese, worthless, clone, crap SG:
SAM_6548 by HackeIommi posted May 23, 2019 at 4:15 PM
SAM_6556 by HackeIommi posted May 23, 2019 at 4:15 PM
Finally back in the SG world! I sold my Gibson and Epiphone models over a year ago and have regretted it. I must say I’m actually blown away by the tone and playability of these “61 G400” models.
OOAH ! That is a nice one ! What year is it ? Can you show us the serail number ?
Edit: That is brand new gold top ?
I've been wondering when one of those would pop up on here. The gold looks great! They've been on Epiphone's site for ages, but I haven't seen them for sale anywhere. Where did you get yours?
Mine is a 2016 I found on eBay with a hard shell case. It’s an MIRC refurb. I couldn’t find a thing wrong with it though, and can’t get over how well it plays.
2012 Upgraded with a bone nut, Duncan 59 in the neck, Pearly gates in the bridge, and a single push/pull for series/parallel on the bridge.
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