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When looking at Beginner Guitars, there are a ton of options out there. So many, if fact, it can be a little overwhelming. T
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Epiphone has been doing a stellar job of taking some of their older, forgotten models and revamping them for 2020. One of my favorites, the Epiphone Wilshire is getting the same treatment.
This has been an crazy year for Epiphone. Today we take a look at the new Epiphone ES models that are part of the "Inspired By Gibson" lineup for 2020!
The most coveted of all Les Paul models is the 1959 Custom, and this year you can get the most affordable model ever, The Epiphone '59 Les Paul.
Years ago, Epiphone launched the Prophecy Series as an alternative to their more classic styled models. So what about Epiphone Prophecy 2020 Lineup?
Frets and scale length make a big difference in your playing style. So how many frets are on a Les Paul Epiphone?
A simple guide to all the potential pickup options used on Epiphone Les Paul guitars – from standard to more expensive options...
Epiphone Guitars FAQs
Where Are Epiphone Guitars Made?
Gibson owns Epiphone. But Epiphone guitars, unlike Gibson guitars, are not made in the US. Gibson has made its Epiphone guitars in China since 2004. Gibson’s Chinese Qingdao factory is where all production Epiphone guitars are made – from the most expensive models down to Epiphone’s cheapest, beginner-level guitars.
Does Gibson Own Epiphone?
Gibson and Epiphone started out as separate companies but in 1957 Gibson bought Epiphone. Since then, Gibson and Epiphone have operated as sister brands under the Gibson corporation.
Like Fender’s Squire brand, Epiphone guitars are cheaper than their US-made Gibson counterparts. But unlike Squire guitars, Epiphone guitars are actually really very good and use by professional players.
Who Plays Epiphone Guitars?
Epiphone guitars are great options for players from all walks of life. Plenty of professional guitarists use Epiphone – and they have done for decades. John Lennon and George Harrison used them, Noel Gallagher does, and so does Matt Heafy from Trivium.
Need more examples? Here are a few more:
- Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath
- Joe Pass
- Bjorn Gelotte of In Flames
- Slash of Guns n’ Roses