#1
As i was taking a venture around the local pawn shop i look over at the guitars, i noticed several stratocaster like guitars, some with SSS some HSS and then i looked at the headstock and saw epiphone. I've never heard of epiphone strats. Have any of you heard or seen them. Know anything about them?
#2
Maybe they changed the heastock?

The only gibson owned strat I know of is the kramer one...
#3
well would someone change the neck and the plate on the back of the neck joint on 6-8 different guitars just to say epiphone. I also saw another one that looked like an old kramer or something but it was solid mahogany with HSH and a whammy bar(non floyd) with an epiphone headstock.
#5
in the 1980's epiphone made a lot of strat copies...
i think they were still independent then... but im not sure when gibson bought them... i think it was 1985
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#6
Ah, any one know of the quality of them? the one i played felt worse than a squier in every way
#7
Mines quite nice actually.
I love it, Its solid paint, red, the pickups sound extremely sweet.
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#8
Gibson bought Epiphone in like the 30s. Epiphone made a lot of Strats back then. Some good, some bad. Just play them and see.
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Gibson bought Epiphone in like the 30s. Epiphone made a lot of Strats back then. Some good, some bad. Just play them and see.


Gibson bought out Epiphone in 1957
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Gibson bought out Epiphone in 1957

Ah, only 27 years. Not too far off