#1
What do you guys think of it? I play classic rock so it seems like a fit. Is it good other reccomendation?
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#2
Its a pretty solid guitar. its made out of real mahogany (no alder core), all in all the only problems are its neck heavy (a problem with most SG's) and the pups could be better.
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#3
I've never played one, so my opinion isn't all that important, but what I understand is that the G400 is a pretty nice guitar. A lot better then the cheap epiphones, but not QUITE up to par with the Gibsons... People usually rate it around 8.5 - 9.5 (I had been considering buying one for a long time...)
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#4
seems pretty good. Dunno what level you're at tho.... And yes it is better than some other Epiphones so yeah..i guess it'd be good
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#5
Great guitar. all i can say haha. easily worth the 400 bucks.
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#6
If your looking to get one of them look to see how much you can get a Elitist '62 SG for. (on ebay you may be able to get one for $500, it is easily better than the gibson SG Standard).
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#7
Is it any good for the blues?
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#8
Anyone know why they call them "G400's" instead of "SG's"? I mean, they call them Les Paul in both companies.
#9
Guitar - $400 ( i think)
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#10
id ont think thats it...but who cares. It's a decent guitar (i own one), and love it, the neck is fat, but thats not a surprise on an SG, its greaT For classic rock, and heavy metal, and i get a decent blues tone out of mine.
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#11
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Anyone know why they call them "G400's" instead of "SG's"? I mean, they call them Les Paul in both companies.

They're called G400's cause Epiphone also makes Deluxe's which are called SG's (ive got one )
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#17
I have one and it's a pretty good intermediate guitar for classic rock and not bad for blues either. It doesn't do to badly on metal either I suppose. It's a really good buy though. I got mine for £239 uk first hand which to me makes it a really good deal. Great for the price but atm for my metal lacking so if you play some really hard metal it can lack a little but for classic rock it's perfect. My dad scratched the bottom of it like f*** a couple of weeks ago I was guttid.
#18
With a pick-up change, this guitar rocks, even if it doesn't compare to a Gibson.