The DR-100 has long been Epiphone's best selling acoustic guitar with the look, sound, and build quality that first time players and professionals expect to find when they pick up an Epiphone. >More
A nicely put together acoustic that has a select Spruce top and Mahogany body and neck, this instrument epitomizes Epiphone's focus on making affordable instruments that don't sacrifice quality for economy. Nickel hardware, precision construction, and a comfortable Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays. >More
Favored by finger style and folk artists since the 1940s, the Epiphone J45 has become known as "The Workhorse." World renowned for its tone, the J45 delivers balanced expression, with punchy, deep lows, warm mids, and clear, crisp highs. >More
The Epiphone DR212 has a comfortable body with a select Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides for warm clear tone. The set neck is made of Mahogany and has a Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays and an attractive white binding. The DR212 has a beautiful natural finish and is topped off with chrome tuners. >More
The Hummingbird is one of the most famous acoustic guitar designs and its preference as the go-to acoustic for rockers like The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards, pioneer country rocker Gram Parsons, and multi-platinum artist Sheryl Crow is proof that the Hummingbird is a must-have for its warm but pronounced tone which perfectly compliments voices that have a story to tell. Now with the Limited Edition Epiphone Hummingbird Artist you can get that iconic sound in a no-frills all-tone package. >More
Since it's introduction in 1958, the Epiphone Texan has been the choice of countless musicians including Paul McCartney, Peter Frampton and Noel Gallagher. In fact, McCartney wrote and performed one of the most recorded and popular songs ever, "Yesterday" on his 1964 Texan. Now, Epiphone brings back the Texan combining all the great features of the original with modern updates for today's musician. >More
That Legendary "Advanced Jumbo" Sound! In 1936, Gibson introduced the "Advance Jumbo" (AJ) acoustic guitar. With its one-inch wider 16" lower bout, rounded or sloped shoulder dreadnought shape and a 25.5" scale length, the AJ was a powerful flat-top referred to in later Gibson literature as an "acoustic cannon." >More
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