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The legendary ES-175 is the “bridge” guitar between the old world and the new. Featuring a Florentine cutaway and two Alnico Classic™ humbucker pickups, the ES-175 has all the bark, bite, and projection of an archtop plus the complex tones that can only come from the combination of humbucker pickups and tone woods.

The ES-175 originally debuted in 1949 and became instantly popular for offering players who sought the electric archtop “Wes Montgomery” L-5 sound in a less expensive alternative. In 1957 when the ES-175 switched from single coil to humbucker pickups, it quickly became a favorite for guitarists in every genre and can be heard on scores of hit records. Three generations of players have made their mark on the ES-175 including Elvis Presley lead guitarist Scotty Moore, Pat Metheny, Joe Pass, and Green Day’s Billy Joe Armstrong. The Epiphone ES-175 Reissue is a perfect fit for any player who wants the tone of an archtop with the reach of a Les Paul!

The Epiphone ES-175 Reissue is backed by our famous Epiphone Lifetime Limited Warranty featuring Gibson 24/7/365 Customer Service and guarantees the instrument against defects in materials or workmanship. Check out the classic Epiphone ES-175 at your nearest Epiphone dealer today!
BodyLaminated maple
TopLaminated maple
NeckHard maple
Neck ShapeSlimTaper™ “C” shape
Neck JointGlued-in
Scale Length24.75”
Fingerboardrosewood with parallelogram inlays
Fingerboard Radius12”
Neck PickupAlnico Classic™ humbucker
Bridge PickupAlnico Classic™ humbucker
Controls2-volume, 2-tone
Pickup Selector3-way Epiphone all-metal toggle
BridgeFloating rosewood base with Tuno-O-Matic™ Bridge
TailpieceTraditional Trapeze
Pickguard3-ply black/white/black
Nut Width1.68”
TunersGrover® 16:1
ColorVintage Sunburst (VS)
StringsD'Addario® 1, 14, 19 (wound) 30, 41,52
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