What model is this Epiphone acoustic/electric?


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Mendoz
02-06-2008, 06:17 PM
Hey guys,

I'm new here and I have a question.

Could any one tell me the name of this model?

http://www.uploadgeek.com/thumbs/0/guit1.JPG (http://www.uploadgeek.com/uploads456/0/guit1.JPG) http://www.uploadgeek.com/thumbs/0/guit2.jpg (http://www.uploadgeek.com/uploads456/0/guit2.jpg) http://www.uploadgeek.com/thumbs/0/guit3.jpg (http://www.uploadgeek.com/uploads456/0/guit3.jpg) http://www.uploadgeek.com/thumbs/0/guit6.jpg (http://www.uploadgeek.com/uploads456/0/guit6.jpg)
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Thank you very much :cool:


update:
The guitar model is an Epiphone PR-5 Jeff "Skunk" Baxter model.

Would anyone be kind enough to tell me it's value?
I was offered 550$ for a used one.

callum2903
02-06-2008, 06:22 PM
not sure but it looks quite nice, lol i never seen a 3 pin output befroe on a guitar very iteresting and useful atchally

captivate
02-06-2008, 06:24 PM
wow, yea. i was about to say that. i've also never seen an XLR cable output from a guitar before. you could connect directly into a PA system without a direct box i would assume.

Mendoz
02-06-2008, 06:27 PM
What are the benefits of the XLR output?

callum2903
02-06-2008, 06:36 PM
yeh you cna put it striaght to a PA system, better sound quality alot of the time also, and also they dont fall out as it clips in so its more reliable for gigs ect, i dont see why they arnt used atchally, cuase u can have cables which change to 1/4 inch anyway for amps, just more stable,,, although saying that a huge XLR output on your guitar would look stupid if its not an acoustic

Whiskky
02-06-2008, 06:48 PM
Most Ibanez electro-acoustics actually have a XLR output I think.


I'm sorry, I don't know what model that is, but it sure is one fine looking guitar.

hawksflyte
02-06-2008, 07:10 PM
This is an Epiphone PR-5 Jeff "Skunk" Baxter model. I'm not sure what year it is. If you look closely at the twelfth fret, there is a skunk inlay which was unique to this model. Today, Epiphone carries a similar model called the PR-5E but without the skunk inlay or the artist signature. Skunk Baxter used to play for the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan but now is working as a defense analyst and consultant to US Congressmen on Military defense and national security issues, mostly in the area of missile defense.

jimtaka
02-06-2008, 11:04 PM
^--- correct.

and xlr outputs aren't really that uncommon on acoustic-electric guitars. there are plenty of preamp systems from plenty of manufacturers that include an xlr output. also, you don't need an xlr to plug into a PA system. most PA systems have inputs for both xlr and 1/4" cable.

captivate
02-07-2008, 12:25 AM
hmm, for most of the PA systems i've used, i need to plug into a direct box, which i hate doing because im lazy and that's extra work when i clean up, ahaha. the PA system at my church, however, has the amp plugged to a direct box, but often times they turn us down on the system, which i hate because you cant hear anything loud enough...

Mendoz
02-07-2008, 07:52 AM
Does anyone this guitar's value?

I was offered 550$ for this one

(Epiphone PR-5 Acoustic/electric Jeff "Skunk" Baxter signature model)

thanks. :D

callum2903
02-07-2008, 07:22 PM
i would just keep it personaly lol but i duno yeh about 700bucks maybe i dunothe converstion from pounds so not sure