Epiphone dot electric guitar dating

Hi, I need help dating an Epihpone 12-string acoustic guitar.The label reads as follows:style: ________Epiphone: 6834ENo: 09632Epiphone Inc. == "undefined") else if (typeof document.webkit Hidden !window.sbbop Loaded){ var sbbop_modal = create Modal(modal); if (sbbop_modal !If you are an Gibson ES-335 fan and want a cheap version, this is definitely the best solution.I tested this guitar on a Marshall Valvestate VS65R, so this opinion is based on my setup.

The features an alder body, with a maple neck and fretboard.

This tasty guitar is great for jazz, blues, or rock styles.

The Epiphone Dot Electric Guitar will give you buckets of deep, rich, full sound.

I have not tested this guitar live or even in small gigs but I think the Dot Studio will not give problems. I searched a lot before buy this guitar and for this price, this is the best solution, plus this is a Epiphone guitar. at receiving the guitar,i was very excited in opening the box very carefully so as not to break any part of it in case i needed to send the guitar packing of the guitar was absolutley if it was mishandled or dropped from any height,i am sure no damage to the guitar would have ensued.however,on inspecting it,i did find a small but noticeable scratch on the headstock,this could have only come from its origen of departure,i.e. but i am not bothered with guitar is a tonal qualities are not what i woiuld expect to find in this price range of actual amplified sound and recording sound is also perfect.

If you love hollow-body guitars, this is a good solution for the start. at first, i thought the neck of the guitar felt like a chunk of wood,until after a few hours when my fingers warmed to the neck,did i realize the quality of the guitar.

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