Freshly set up by our esteemed Guitar Tech, this Epiphone J-200 is dialed in and ready to join you at your next gig. Beautiful Aged Vintage Sunburst finish. All solid woods including Sitka Spruce top and Figured Maple Back & Sides. Quartersawn Spruce bracing. The quality of materials is above and beyond other guitars in this price range. See below for more details and specifications.
The Epiphone Inspired by Gibson™ J-200™ is a stunning homage to the King of the Flat-Tops - the world-famous Gibson™ SJ-200. Since its introduction in 1937, it has been the choice of "singing cowboys" like Tex Ritter and Gene Autry, as well as folk, rock and country royalty, including Emmylou Harris, Elvis, Jimmy Page, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, The Edge, and many more. Featuring a Super Jumbo non-cutaway solid figured maple body, solid Sitka spruce top, and two-piece maple neck with a mahogany center strip, the Epiphone J-200 is built with all solid woods for outstanding tone.
The visual elements have always been a big part of the J-200's appeal, and the Epiphone Inspired by Gibson J-200 includes a Moustache™ bridge with curved block inlays, Crown headstock inlay and Graduated Crown mother of pearl fingerboard inlays, and a J-200 style pickguard with two-color graphics. A battery is not included. To power your pickup, you will need a 9-volt battery.
Epiphone Deluxe Tuners with Keystone Buttons and Press-In Bussing
1.692" Bone Nut
1960s SlimTaper D-Shape Maple Neck with 25.5" Scale Length
20 Medium Jumbo Frets
Laurel Fingerboard with Mother of Pearl Graduated Crown Inlays and 12" Radius
Fishman Presys VT Under Saddle Pickup with Fishman Sonitone Preamp and Soundhold Volume and Tone Controls
J-200 Moustache Bridge with Bone Saddle and Pearloid Inlays
Solid Sitka Spruce Top and Solid Figured Maple Back & Sides in Aged Vintage Sunburst Gloss Finish
J-200 Style Faux Tortoise Shell Pickguard with 2 Color Floral Graphics
Quartersawn Maple Bracing
No Case or Bag
For new guitars and basses under $1,000, we use in-house stock photos rather than photographing each guitar individually. Guitars with transparent and/or natural wood finishes will have variations in grain patterns from one guitar to the next.