Giveaways January 2015

January 15


Epiphone Masterbilt DR-500MCE NA Acoustic Guitar Review

December 21, 2010
The cutaway DR-500MCE comes with a Shadow NanoMag and eSonic 2 preamp at a street price of about $600.
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Epiphone Zenith Fretted Acoustic/Electric Bass Review

November 5, 2010
The Zenith is an acoustic-electric semi-hollowbody at a reasonable price
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1953 Epiphone Century

March 11, 2010
A gorgeous Epiphone electric hollowbody
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Epiphone Worn 1966 Wilshire Electric Guitar Review

March 5, 2010
This vintage-vibey reissue is worth a try if you''re looking to add a rhythm guitar workhorse to your stable.
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Epiphone 1959 Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar Review

December 17, 2009
The Epiphone 1959 Les Paul brings the holy grail in reach for those without pockets deep enough for an original or a Gibson Custom version.
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Epiphone Inspired by John Lennon Casino Electric Guitar Review

December 17, 2009
Epiphone recreates a Beatles classic: John Lennon''s Casino
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Gibson Releases Angus Young, Buckethead Models

November 27, 2009
The new models are two Angus Young SGs (USA and Custom Shop) and a Gibson USA Buckethead Les Paul
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Reunion Blues Vintage Guitars Road Show part 5

February 18, 2009

In the fifth installment of Reunion Blues' Vintage Guitars Road Show, the guys hit up Guitar Showcase at Large in San Jose, California.

In this segment:

  • We get to check out an early-50s Gibson ES-175 Electric Archtop which features the original specs, including a single P90 pickup in the neck position. Later models featured a humbucking pickup.
  • The next guitar was an original Epiphone Model 4 roundhole acoustic archtop. As described in the video, this is one of the oldest instruments to be featured in Vintage Guitar Show. Check out how they determine its authenticity..ONLY PROFESSIONALS!!
  • Another guitar featured is a relatively new model in the vintage market, an original Kramer guitar. But what makes this guitar special is the one-off paint job done by San Francisco artist, Mark Erickson.

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