Epiphone G-400 Electric Guitar

Here’s a pretty little kitty from ’66, an Epiphone G-400 Electric Guitar that definitely brings her cousin, the Gibson SG, to mind.

Seller says this is a limited edition with some “subtle-but-significant” differences: a) it’s finished in “true heritage cherry”; b) it has a fuller pickguard instead of the “lower horn only” variety; c) the bigger pickguard means there aren’t any mounting rings around the Alnico Humbucker that came with her.

Seller says he’s replaced the original pickups with Dragonfire Screamers with chrome covers but will include the originals if you claim her.

Seller’s also made some slight modifications, such as upgraded tone caps and wiring and Dunlop strap locks. She rocks her original hardshell case.

Seller says this bad girl used to be his best girl but they are parting ways  because he now prefers to play Super Strats. I get that. Tastes change.

I can’t see anything that indicates where she comes from, so you might want to ask about that.

I like this Epiphone G-400. For a nearly fifty year old guitar she looks in fine condition and seller says she brings great tone and sustain. You can Buy it Now for $250 on eBay.

10 folks are watching her.

Epiphone G400 Electric Guitar in Case
I love how she looks.
Epiphone G400 Electric Guitar Front CU
Seller mentions the bigger pickguard. Hadn’t noticed that until he pointed it out.
Epiphone G400 Electric Ciggy Burn
Seller says this is a burn from a soldering iron. I thought it was a ciggy burn but I’ll take his word for it.

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