Epiphone honors the historic SG, one of the most original designs in rock, with the G-400 PRO, which now features Alnico Classic PRO™ pickups and push/pull coil-splitting. The original SG not only rivaled guitars of its own era for sonic variety but also proved to be a sign of things to come. Scores of rock, hard rock and metal guitarists embraced the original SG and made it a classic. Now, the G-400 PRO gives you the sound of a true SG without the vintage price tag and with the added tonal variety that you’ve come to expect from Epiphone.
The G-400 PRO is inspired by the late ’60s era SGs, both a player’s and collector’s favorite, and uses the same dimensions and build techniques as vintage SGs made in the Kalamazoo, Michigan, factory during that classic era. The solid, tone-rich mahogany carved body gives the guitar a balanced feel on stage and in the studio (unlike cheap imitations that tend to be neck-heavy). The new Wilkinson™ Vintage Classic tuners are also lighter weight, which makes your G-400 PRO feel perfectly balanced on stage and in the studio. The SlimTaper™ "D" profile mahogany neck has a 24.75" scale with 22 frets and a 12” radius for incredible reach thanks to the SG’s classic cutaway. The truss rod cover is the classic Kalamazoo bell shape with SG PRO in white.
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Gives you the sound of a true SG without the vintage price tag and with the added tonal variety that you’ve come to expect from Epiphone.
This SG features Alnico classic pro pickups and push/pull coil-splitting. I cannot say enough about how incredible this guitar is. I am blown away by how great it feels and plays. I never expected something like this for the price. I got this just to have a "cheap" guitar that I could travel with, leave in hotel rooms, lean anywhere, get dinged up, let people borrow, etc. What I got is waaaay to awesome to consider a "dispensable" guitar, so to speak. Since 2014.