A New Blues Legend
The L-00 guitar style from the first golden age of guitars in the 1930s is known among fans as a "parlor" guitar or a "blues" box, and is especially prized by bluesmen of all eras for its compressed, woody tonal quality, short scale, and comfortable weight that makes it ideal for fingerpicking or the bark of a bottle neck slide. Originally, the L-00 was produced as an "economy line" guitar, featuring a smaller size and lighter construction. Though it was discontinued in 1945, the L-00 sized guitar got picked up by rock and roll fans enamored with the sounds of Robert Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson, and Lonnie Johnson.

The EL-00 from Epiphone carries a Limited Lifetime Warranty featuring Gibson's 24/7/365 Customer Service that guarantees your blues machine against defects in materials or workmanship. Contact your favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer and check out a guitarist’s best friend, the EL-00.
  • Modeled after 30’s era L-00 parlor guitar
  • Dovetail neck joint
  • Grover® machine heads 
Bodyselect mahogany
TopSolid Spruce
Neck Shape“C” profile
Neck jointGlued-in, Dovetail neck joint
Fingerboardrosewood with pearloid dot inlays
Fingerboard Radius12
Nut width1.65”
Machine HeadsGrover® with small metal buttons
StringsD’Addario® 12, 16, 25, 34, 41, 53
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