Epiphone Extura Prophecy Electric Guitar

Discover the perfect mix of old and new with the Extura Prophecy. Easy access to all 24 frets and Fishman Fluence pickups set this axe apart from the rest.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Ebony fretboard Dark color, tight grain; premium fretboard wood
Mahogany body Rich, warm, focused sound; added sustain
Mahogany neck Great sustain, strength, and warm tone
Tune-o-matic bridge Adjustable action and precise intonation

The Epiphone Prophecy Extura combines the elegance of the Explorer with the improved upper fret access of the Futura in an Epiphone exclusive design. Upper fret access is further enhanced by the mahogany neck's modern contoured heel, while the mahogany body is capped with a stunning AAA maple veneer and thinner Aged Vintage Gloss "Tiger" finish. The SlimTaper asymmetrical mahogany neck features a 24 fret ebony fretboard with Jumbo frets, Block and Triangle pearloid/abalone inlays with abalone selected to complement the body finish color, Grover Locking Rotomatic tuners, and a black Graph Tech NuBone nut.

The Extura comes with brushed nickel hardware, and is equipped with a pair of proprietary Fishman Fluence pickups with three voicing options that are selected with the push/pull volume and tone controls -- high gain, classic humbucker, and hum-free California-style single coil tones are all here. Optional EpiLite case available.

- Body Shape: Extura
- Material: Mahogany
- Top: AAA Flame Maple veneer
- Binding: Single Ply White
- Neck: Mahogany
- Profile: Asymmetrical SlimTaper with Contoured Heel
- Nut width: 1.693" / 43mm
- Fingerboard: Ebony, Single Ply White binding
- Scale length: 24.724" / 628mm
- Number of frets: 24
- Nut: Black Graph Tech NuBone
- Inlay: Block and Triangle; Abalone compliments body color
- Bridge: LockTone Tune-O-Matic
- Tailpiece: LockTone Stop Bar
- Knobs: Knurled Metal, Brushed Nickel
- Tuners: Grover Locking Rotomatic
- Plating: Brushed Nickel
- Neck pickup: Fishman Fluence(R) Proprietary
- Bridge pickup: Fishman Fluence Proprietary Controls Master Volume, Master Tone - push/pull switches for pickup voicing options
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Black Aged Gloss
Shipping Weight: 12.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 49 x 24 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EIXYBAGBNH1
Purple Tiger Aged Gloss
Shipping Weight: 12 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 49 x 23 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EIXYPTABNH1
Yellow Tiger Aged Gloss
Shipping Weight: 12.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 49 x 24 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EIXYYTABNH1

In order to continually improve the design, quality, and performance of Epiphone's products and instruments and to make use of the best materials at all times, Epiphone reserves the right to change specifications without notice.

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-4GIBSON

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (4 ratings)
Submitted February 7, 2021 by a customer from hotmail.com
"Don't know where to begin but..."
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Let me get the bad out of the way.The locking tuner caps, are made of plastic. The battery door is plastic as expected but doesn't seem too close terribly well and I'm not sure how that will age.Now the good (great actually) stuff...It's virtually impossible to find more value in a guitar.The fishman fluence proprietary pickups are absolutely AWESOME!Some people compare the number two setting on the push pull as a P.A.F.To me it sounds a little more like 490's. But once you add gain...The modern tone is phenomenal. Extremely rich harmonics. Full tone with no muddiness whatsoever. The guitar is balanced fairly well.One minor complaint is the fret work. VERY MINOR! Nice rolled edges seems to be very flat. However, they weren't polished very well. That will take care of itself in about 2 weeks of solid playing. Reaching the 24th fret can be a little tough even with a great scarf joint. But I don't grab the 24th fret all that often anyway. Few do.Bottom line:If you put this in my hand and I didn't see the headstocked I would assume it was a Gibson. this is the best playing Epiphone I have ever picked up in my life! And I have picked up a lot of Epiphones. Listen, I know that statement has been made at nauseam but I own 2 Custom Shop Les Paul's. I know what a Gibson feels like. Epiphone absolutely killed it on this model
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