Epiphone SG 400 Keeps the Party Going
This esteemed 1962 Gibson SG edition was initially a successor of Les Paul model from 1961 to 1968. It could take you a while to get used to its 24.75” scale set-in mahogany neck attached in a striking mahogany double-cutaway body, but once you get the hang of it, it would definitely work great for you and help you expand your playing abilities. Powering up this icon guitar can help you sound like Angus Young from AC/DC. The Epiphone SG 400 also features Alnico Classic Pro Plus bridge humbucker with coil-split that gives more room for creating tones with allowing you to produce Stratocaster sound particularly when you put a lot of highs and mids. The tone, style, and playability of the Epiphone SG 400 provides slight to limitless boundaries when playing any kind of rock. It is also highly recommended for use in a concert in a venue as huge as an arena.
Other worthy features of this iconic guitar include a trapezoid fretboard inlay, 22 medium jumbo frets, rosewood fretboard, locktone tune-o-matic bridge, and locktone stopbar tailpiece. The Wilkinson vintage classics has a 14:1 ratio which makes it essential for classic rock.