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Epiphone J-45ME Acoustic/Electric (Sloped Shoulder)

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Epiphone continues its historic Masterbiilt series with the new Epiphone Masterbilt 2016 AJ-45ME Acoustic/Electric. The legendary J-45 round shoulder dreadnought has been the driving power behind decades of classics in every genre–rock, pop, and country. Frank Williams to John Lennon the “J-45″ has been the go-to guitar for songwriters and rhythm guitarists. Epiphone’s first Ltd. Ed. reissue of the “The Workhorse” J-45 earned it a “Mark of Excellence Award” from Guitar One magazine and now the new Masterbilt 2015 AJ-45ME Acoustic/Electric brings two legends together for the first time!

Product Features

  • The Epiphone J-45ME has a solid Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides, with a Mahogany set neck that has a Rosewood fingerboard and Pearloid Dot inlays.
  • Shadow Nano Flex pickup with a Shadow Sonic Preamp in the sound hole that features a Master Volume, Treble EQ, Bass EQ, Phase “Anti-Feedback” switch and a Low Battery Indicator.
  • This guitar also has a bone nut and bridge with Nickel Grover Tuners and a 5-Ply binding which gives this model the class and vintage look that you have come to expect from a guitar of this caliber and history.

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Comments

Mike N. says:

She sounds AMAZING!! I have been waiting for this guitar for months.. After doing tons of research looking for a budget acoustic-electric guitar for church, i was going to buy either the Yamaha AC1H1, Martin DRS1 or DRS2.. But after playing this baby i knew it had to be! Even with older strings it sounded better than most of the other guitars in the price range of 600-1000. The action is great, no fret buzz anywhere, once i plugged it in an acoustic amp i died inside to the beautiful sound of the simple G chord,…

juanitogonza says:

Beautiful piece of craftsmanship.

Drew says:

Outstanding Guitar for the Money** OK, first, the Masterbilt series are a phenomenal guitar for the money. Visible workmanship is near flawless. The woods on my particular copy were excellent, with a nice evenly spaced wide grain top. Excellent Grover tuners. The finish on the Vintage Sunburst was as good or better than I have seen anywhere! The sound, once properly setup and tweaked rivals that of guitars costing 3-4X as much. While the total fit and finish are not as refined this sounds as good or better than my Martin…

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