This Epiphone Worn G-400 Electric Guitar looks like it truly is straight out of the 1960’s! With it’s gently worn, ultra-smooth satin finish, Epiphone’s Worn G-400 gives you the look and feel of a prized vintage instrument without the vintage pricetag or worry.

Vintage Beauty, Still Made Right:
As with Epiphone regular G-400, this “worn” SG features a traditional solid Mahogany body with a hand-fitted, glued-in Mahogany neck and a 22 fret Rosewood fingerboard. The neck profile is Epiphone most popular “Slimtaper” shape dating back to the 1960’s and when combined it’s smooth, satin finish, it feels as comfortable as it is to play. At the heart of this SG’s classic rock tone is a pair of high-output Alnico Classic (neck) and Alnico Classic Plus (bridge) Humbuckers, each with separate volume and tone controls that feature full-size 500K Ω potentiometers matched with Epiphone’s rugged all-metal 3-way toggle pickup selector switch for long-life and rock-solid performance. Add Epiphone’s exclusive LockTone™ Tune-o-matic bridge and Stop-bar tailpiece and you’ve got even more devilish sustain! For ultimate tuning stability and accuracy the “Worn” G-400 features premium Grover® 14:1 machine heads for dead-on tuning accuracy and stability. The “Worn” G-400 is available in two classic finishes: Worn Brown and Worn Cherry.

Worry-Free Protection:
The Epiphone Worn G-400 guitar comes with the famous Epiphone Lifetime Limited Warranty, featuring Gibson 24/7/360 Customer Service and Support and warrants the instrument against defects in materials or workmanship. Visit your favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer and play one for yourself.

Epiphone is one of American’s oldest and most revered instrument makers. Since 1873, Epiphone has made instruments for every style of popular music and celebrated its 140th anniversary in 2013. The story of Epiphone begins in the mountains of Greece and threads its way to Turkey, across the Atlantic to the immigrant gateway of Ellis Island, and into the nightclubs, recording studios, and coast-to-coast radio broadcasts of Manhattan in the 1920s and 30s.