Epiphone SG Classic Worn P90 Electric Guitar
Get the punch and growl that P90 pickups offer with the Epiphone SG Classic Worn. This SG has a 1960s SlimTaper neck profile for smooth playability.
What's special about this item?
|Feature:||What it does:|
|1960s SlimTaper C neck profile||Modern C-shaped neck; comfortable consistent feel|
|LockTone Tune-o-matic/Stopbar bridge||Epiphone proprietary lock-in hardware|
|Mahogany body||Rich, warm, focused sound; added sustain|
|P90 Soap Bar Pickups||Smooth, sweet tone with a powerful, open midrange|
The SG Classic Worn is part of Epiphone's Modern SG Collection and recreates the original 1960s SG (Solid Guitar) with two "worn" Cherry and Inverness Green finishes and powered by P-90 PRO single-coil pickups.
A "Vintage" SGThe SG Classic Worn has a solid Mahogany body along with an SG-style "batwing" pickguard. The SG Classic Worn has the same historic profile of the vintage SG that briefly replaced the Les Paul as the ultimate solid-body guitar. The set Mahogany neck has an easy-to-play '60s era SlimTaper profile with a worn open grain finish that combined with the worn color finishes gives the SG Classic Worn an elegant look. The neck has a 24.75" scale length, 22 medium jumbo frets, an Indian Laurel fingerboard with dot inlays, and a 12" fingerboard radius. The fingerboard has white binding and the ABS nut is 1.68". Epiphone's famous small sloped dovewing headstock has a "bell" shaped truss rod cover and along with an Epiphone 60s-era slanted logo in mother of pearl. The SG Classic Worn is available in Worn Cherry and Worn Inverness.
Soapbar P-90 PRO Single Coil PickupsThe Epiphone SG Classic Worn Collection features two black P-90 PRO single coil pickups. The P-90 PRO single coil pickup follows in the footsteps of Epiphone's critically acclaimed ProBucker humbuckers and feature 8% Nickel Silver covers designed and tooled from the ground up with new bobbins manufactured to historic dimensions, Elektrisola magnet wire, sand cast Alnico… read more V magnets, and pole shoes manufactured using correct alloys and to Gibson's original dimensions. Each pickup has a Volume and Tone control with vintage-styled Black Top Hats knobs with inserts plus Epiphone's all-metal 3-way pickup selector switch with a white cap and SG style Rhythm and Treble etching in silver.
LockTone ABR Bridge and Stopbar TailpieceThe SG Classic Worn comes with Epiphone's rock solid nickel hardware including a LockTone ABR bridge and Stopbar tailpiece combo that auto-locks the bridge and tailpiece in place with no tools needed. Tuning is fast and accurate with Epiphone Deluxe tuners with white plastic buttons.
Binding: White (Neck)
Neck: Mahogany with open grain worn finish
Neck Profile: '60s SlimTaper
Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
Nut: 1.68" ABR
Fingerboard: Indian Laurel
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Fingerboard Inlay: Dot
Pickguard: Black (SG Batwing)
Neck Pickup: P-90 PRO Soapbar
Bridge Pickup: P-90 PRO Soapbar
- 3-way toggle (w/Rhythm & Treble in silver)
- Neck Volume
- Bridge Volume
- Neck Tone
- Bridge Tone
Control Knobs: Black Top Hats with insert
Bridge: LockTone ABR
Output: 1/4" Epiphone Standard
Case: Available from Authorized Epiphone Dealer
- Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
- Inverness Green
- Shipping Weight: 9.75 lbs
- Shipping Dimensions: 42 x 17 x 5 in
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EGS9CWIGNH1
- Worn Cherry
- Shipping Weight: 9.5 lbs
- Shipping Dimensions: 42 x 17 x 5 in
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EGS9CWCHNH1
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-4GIBSON
Submitted June 29, 2020 by James T in Hector, AR
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I purchased this guitar feeling sure I would want to replace the pickups and that it would need tons of setup work before I would be happy with it, but I loved the color so I ordered it anyway. When I opened the box I couldn't believe how much better it looked in person (Inverness green ) the neck profile and satin finish are ridiculously comfortable and as far as the factory setup goes I spent the first few debating weather or not I should raise the action because it just felt too easy and effortless to play. The pickups? I don't see myself ever wanting to change these , which would be a first , I don't remember ever wanting to keep the stock pickups in anything. I've owned several epiphones and a few Gibsons over the last 35 years and I am shocked by the quality of the new epiphones. $379.00? Are you kidding? I want one for each tuning
I've been involved in music for about 40 years playing multiple instruments, recording and teaching
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