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Epiphone Guitars

For over 140 years, Epiphone has been making quality instruments for all genres of popular music. Epiphone is a worldwide leader with its roots beginning in Greece and Turkey then making its way into recording studios and nightclubs of America. Epiphone guitars and basses have been favourites of a plethora of musical greats including The Beatles, Radiohead, Nirvana, Lenny Kravitz and Paul Simon. If you're looking for a new acoustic guitar then you can't go wrong with the incredible selection from Epiphone. There is a large range of acoustic guitars suitable for newbie players right through to professional recording artists.

PRO-1 Model

If you are just starting out with learning to play the guitar, then the PRO-1 model is a perfect choice. Professionals designed this guitar to be easy to play and allows you easily form chords without getting tired. It has lighter gauge strings and you can adjust the neck in both directions. JumboPRO frets are taller so when pushing on a string, there is less hand fatigue and finger friction because it's easier to maintain contact with the fret.

DR-100 Model

The DR-100 Model is the most affordable acoustic guitar from Epiphone and the bestselling dreadnought. It has the classic shape that folk, country, rock and bluegrass players look for with exceptional sound and build quality. When playing, you can hear yourself and be heard, too, with its balanced sound at any volume level.

PR-150 Model

With a mahogany body, the PR-150 is a full size affordable dreadnought that you can pick up any time you fancy and know that it's going to sound great. It is durable and perfect for taking on the road with you, whether that's to use around a campfire or performing at gigs.

Limited Edition EJ-200

The Limited Edition EJ-200 has a historic jumbo profile with deluxe tuners and select spruce top with hand scalloped bracing. It has a classic sound that replicates that of the 200 series, which has featured in many rock, country and pop hits over the decades.

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