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Epiphone Owners Group

If you own an Epiphone instrument, old or new, this group is for you!

Members: 85
Latest Activity: May 7

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AJ-45 5 Replies

Any of you folks looking forward to the 2015 Masterbuilt AJ-45? I can't wait to try one onContinue

Started by barry. Last reply by barry May 7.

Epiphone ej200 sce

New to the forum glad to finally meet some others who own some Epiphones.

Started by Eli Mar 30.

Epiphone Wood? 28 Replies

I'm hearing from many musicians, people who run instrument shops, etc. that Epiphone uses cheap Asian wood. I know that the company is not the same it was when it was American with Greek luthiers,…Continue

Tags: spruce, woods, acoustic, Epiphone

Started by Scott Timberg. Last reply by Robert Williamson Oct 24, 2013.

EJ200CE out of tune 1 Reply

I'm a 1 year Epiphone EJ200CE owner, and I have tune problem. Trust rod was adjusted by one of the best luthiers in Brazil (with 0,010 strings, very low action), but persist the following problem:…Continue

Started by Gambini Alex. Last reply by Steve Frank Jul 11, 2013.

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Comment by Rev. Matt Fontana on April 10, 2012 at 8:10pm

 

Comment by Rev. Matt Fontana on April 10, 2012 at 8:00pm

Yeah I can do that. My profile pic actually has me unashamedly holding that axe.

Comment by Edward Sparks on April 10, 2012 at 7:08pm

Hey Rev., can you post a picture of your AJ100?  Edward

Comment by Rev. Matt Fontana on April 10, 2012 at 6:50pm

Thanks Ed and no problem on that note because I'll just do what I did with my Epiphone AJ-100 (a.k.a. Ed): get an L.R. Baggs undersaddle pickup.

Comment by Edward Sparks on April 8, 2012 at 6:23am

Dean, Yep...I think that's very common!  Good for you though for fixing it yourself.  Edward

Comment by Newbie Dean on April 8, 2012 at 6:07am

I got my PR350E cheap because the electronics didn't work.  At the time I didn't care 'cuz it was my first git and I didn't have an amp.  Talking to a tech at a shop got me looking at the piezo p/u under the saddle.  He told me to make sure it was VERY straight and parallel to the saddle.  When I changed strings, I readjusted it and everything is working FINE now.  All I need now is an amp.  Keeping It Fun, Dean

Comment by Edward Sparks on April 8, 2012 at 4:49am

Rev., here's wishing you luck..."repaired electronics" may be a good bargaining tool to get the price lower, and if you don't need electronics then that works for you...if you do need electronics, then you get a refurbished pickup that will work for you!  Let us know what happens!  Edward

Comment by Rev. Matt Fontana on April 7, 2012 at 8:33am

Hey guys wish me luck because I've got my eye on a pre-owned Epiphone EJ-200 CE. They're only going to put a price on the guitar after they fix the electronics and I'm sorta chompin' at the bit to "git my hands on that axe"!

Comment by Ted Hechtman on April 2, 2012 at 9:12pm

I think I found it at the link below. New about 150 Euros or about 200 bucks, Mostly it appears this was a guitar sold in Europe (mostly I suppose.

Comment by Ted Hechtman on April 2, 2012 at 9:07pm
 

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