Trio Of Epi Acoustic/Electrics Offer Wide Range Of Features

If you’re inclined to plug in for your un-plugged set, we’ve got just the guitar for you to do it with. Epiphone’s PR-5E, EJ-200CE and AJ-200SCE not only represent three of the best acoustic/electric values in the industry, but they also offer the performing musician a wide range of features.


PR-5E

PR-5E Acoustic/Electric: For years, the Epiphone PR-5E has taken the stage with performing musicians. It’s “thin-line” body not only makes it comfortable to play but also greatly reduces the risk of on-stage feedback. This combined with easy access to the upper frets and great tone provided by the Shadow Classic P-4 multi-band preamp have made the PR-5E a favorite for live performance.

EJ-200CE

EJ-200CE Acoustic/Electric: We’ve changed the rules for “The King of the Flattops” by adding a graceful cutaway for added fret access and a Shadow Classic P-4 multi-band preamp for true acoustic reproduction in an amplified setting. The Epiphone EJ-200CE gives you all the features of the classic EJ-200 in an acoustic/electric package with outstanding projection and great low-end response.

AJ-200SCE

AJ-200SCE Acoustic/Electric: If you’re looking for a great all-purpose acoustic/electric cutaway at a price that won’t break your budget, this is it. The AJ-200SCE features a solid spruce top and the incredible Shadow Classic P-4 multi-band preamp, available only from Epiphone! Mahogany back and sides along with the distinctive reverse belly bridge round out the package.

Classic P-4

Each of these guitars is powered by the German engineered Classic P-4 multi-band preamp from Shadow Electronics for the ultimate in acoustic reproduction.

 

PR-5E EJ-200SCE AJ-200SCE
Style Thin-Line Jumbo Advanced Jumbo
Scale 25.50 25.50 25.50
Nut Width 1.68 1.68 1.68
Neck Mahogany Maple Mahogany
Body Mahogany Maple Mahogany
Top Select Spruce Select Spruce Solid Spruce
Fingerboard Rosewood Rosewood Rosewood
Pickup Shadow Classic P-4 Shadow Classic P-4 Shadow Classic P-4
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~ by itsstecole on November 3, 2006.

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