It’s an Epiphone.
For those in the know Epiphone is a name in acoustic guitars that demands respect. It is the oldest and most respected instrument maker in America, and has been making instruments for every style of music since 1873.
There is no style of music that has swept across the nation that Epiphone has not been on the forefront of, designing and creating the most modern and well-respected instruments of the age. Now, in the 21st century, Epiphone continues its technological breakthroughs and helps advance the sound of music with the Epiphone EJ-220SCE Acoustic Guitar.
Classic Sound and Powerful Presence – I purchased the Epiphone because of it smaller size and utterly gorgeous cutaway design. I fell in love with the shape of this guitar before I even heard the sound. Once I began to play it, I never regretted my decision.
Bonus: I am 5’6’’ so the Epiphone EJ-220SCE’s length at 43.5” was very comfortable and playable for me.
This guitar is a modified version of what Epiphone calls “The King of the Flat Tops” which was the J-200 series that was created in 1937 by Epiphone. As the newest model, the Epiphone EJ-220SCE acoustic guitar features beautiful and functional cut away for extra fret access and a preamp EQ.
Play like the Legends – I am a fan of older country, rockabilly and fifties rock and roll music. The sound and shape of this beautiful Epiphone reminds me of listening to Rosanne Cash playing “Tennessee Flattop Box” and I feel like rocking out with the greats of music history everytime I put my hand on it.
In fact, I’m not alone in this. The father to this guitar was used by Don Everly, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Emmylou Harris.
Since this is the new generation. However, the Epiphone EJ-220SCE gives you all of the complex sound and beauty of the historic guitar at a much more affordable price tag. And with a modern electrical pick up system so that your sound can be amplified as far and as wide as you want the dancing to go. History reborn.
Let Your Fingers Dance – The Epiphone EJ-220SCE acoustic guitar has a 25.5 inch playing scale with 14 open frets and the cutaway for extra fret access. It also features a Rosewood fingerboard and Pearl crown inlays.
In addition to this it has Epiphone’s custom sloped Dovewing headstock with gold screws and diecast gold Grover tuners. Gorgeous style to flaunt onstage.
The ej200 style Epiphone acoustic guitar is quite easily one of the most recognizable and famous guitars of America and across the world. It offers a deep and powerful projection that dominates the stage and drew in thousands over the radio. The Epiphone EJ-220SCE has a sound projection above and beyond any other acoustic guitar on the market.
The guitar features a solid Spruce top with a select Maple back and a beautiful classical rosewood moustache-style bridge. The Maplewood body produces a clear crisp complex sound while the spruce provides robust projection.
The Epiphone EJ-220SCE also sports an eSonic2 preamp system with an easy-to-use built-in tuner. Included in the controls on this preamp are:
Located under the compensated saddle is the unique NanoFlex low-impedance pickup. This amazing pickup not only detects string vibration, but also body and top end vibrations for a full-bodied acoustic tone. This pickup amplifies all the rich sound without the harshness of a piezo.
In addition to the NanoFlex pickup is the NanoMag pickup mounted at the fingerboard. The NanoMag captures all the highs and lows, including a wide range of harmonics between its 3 Samarian-Cobalt magnets and an integrated active circuit.
The Epiphone EJ-220SCE weighs in at 12 pounds. Because it’s a slightly heavy acoustic guitar. That’s the price you pay for fine quality solid wood! Although I don’t typically recommend a strap for acoustic guitars because the weight of the Epiphone EJ-220SCE may call for one for extended play periods.
I’m blown away by the strong sound projection and stage presence of the Epiphone EJ-220SCE. I feel like I am the master of the stage playing this acoustic guitar even when I am alone and practicing in my garage. I highly recommend this guitar for anyone looking for a powerful sound and old school beauty.
Hi, I am Joe Nevin, 30 years of age. Despite being involved in a different occupation where I have to work from 9 to 5, I am very passionate about music and playing guitar since I was 12 years old! Thus, being inspired to start guitareviewed.com with an intention of pursuing my passion as I offer important information in the line of music and guitar.
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