Vintage Guitar Reviews The 1966 G-400 PRO

The great reviews just keep rolling in! Check out what Pete Prown had to say about the Epiphone "1966" G-400 PRO in the August 2015 issue of Vintage Guitar.

"Guitarists will especially dig the Alnico Classic PRO humbuckers, both of which have coil taps on their respective volume pots."

"Plugged into a variety of tube and modeling amps, the G-400 PRO was a blast to play – a rockin' plank begging the player to crank up the dirt. We rolled through a variety of AC/DC, Who, and Black Sabbath riffs with grand results..."

"The coil taps added a layer of tones, providing scooped mids and funkier flavors more in a tonal camp of Gibson's single-coil P-90."

"That said, the 1966 SG G-400 PRO is a fun rock-and-roll solidbody. If you want old-school Gibson vibe combined with Epiphone's bang for the buck, it will verily rock your roof off."

Vintage Guitar Reviews The 1966 G-400 PRO

The Epiphone "1966" G-400 PRO features a mahogany body, a mahogany glued-in neck, a 1960's slim-taper "D" neck profile and Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO pickups. It comes in a variety of colors. Check one out today at you local Authorized Epiphone Retailer.

Vintage Guitar Reviews The 1966 G-400 PRO