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Used Epiphone guitars are an economical choice for beginner electric guitar players.
Vintage Epiphone guitars are a worthwhile pursuit for any player or collector.
Vintage guitar amps hold the attention of collectors and players alike for their unique and interesting designs and warm, clear sound.
My first LP was a new '68 Custom. I have owned about 40 LP's over my career. I have also owned all the obligatory Strats, Yamahas, Kramers, you name it?
Bought this guitar in 1980 for a very reasonable price (approx. 400 dutch guilders). Shop owner couldn't sell it for the original price because it was
I know that Danny would never use Bill Lawerence pick ups. Joe Barden only. I don't know why the custom shop has changed that detail. (it's wrong, Danny
The Epiphone Elitist line of guitars are the cream of Epiphone’s crop.
Epiphone Dot review articles all point out the basics, but how good is this electric guitar really?
Specially made for acoustic players who need their power in a small, lightweight and attractive package, the Behringer AT108 is a versatile amp that can give you the boost you need.
There’s no such thing as an Epiphone Gibson Special -- not exactly anyway -- but we can see why you might think there is.
Despite the decades that have elapsed since the Epiphone Crestwood was made, they’re still available used.
There may be no better jumbo jazz box than the Epiphone Emperor Regent.
Surprisingly, players who own both the Epiphone Hummingbird and more expensive Gibson acoustic guitars often report turning to their Hummers.
The Epiphone Genesis, available only in 1979 and 1980, was supposed to bring about a new era for the budget-minded maker.
The Epiphone EJ200 is an alternative to the boring, plain, same-ol’-same-ol’ guitars that everyone else has.