Epiphone Ltd Ed SG-Junior Electric Guitar Worn Ebony
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- This two-horned monster has graced the hands of some of the greatest guitarist of all time. Its double-cutaway body offers unequaled upper fret access while it's light-weight, contoured shape makes it easy to play gig after gig.
- Unlike cheaper designs, all Epiphone's feature a 14-degree headstock that give you more pressure at the nut and so you get more sustain with less tuning hang-ups caused by string-tree gadgets
- Like all Epiphones this model features all-metal, USA designed switches for reliable contact and longer life.
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I wanted to get the perfect guitar to go along with Rocksmith, and after countless hours of searching the internet I came upon a great post from the poster GreenJem recommending this specific guitar for several specific reasons, here are the highlights.
1. A good guitar for playing Rocksmith and a good guitar for playing on your own are not the same thing. Rocksmith does not respond well to guitars that have active pickups or single-coil pickups. It just doesn't detect notes very well with these kinds of pickups, especially when you are playing complicated/fast notes. So choose a guitar with a humbucker pickup. You don't even need more than one pickup because the game detects notes best when you're only using the bridge pickup.
2. You need a guitar with at least 22 frets in order to play all of the songs. Some Stratocasters, in particular, only have 21 frets.
3. Stay away from unnecessary "lightning bar" bridge/tailpiece combinations, and tremolo systems. Tune-o-matic bridges and stopbar tailpieces hold the tuning solidly and the bridge is much easier to intonate.
4. Don't spend a ton of money! Get a guitar that you can beat the heck out of. Again, if you graduate to playing in a band or outside of the game, then you've got a different set of criteria for building your sound. Don't worry about that for Rocksmith!Read more ›
So, for a first-timer this is a good deal (with a little setup help), but for a gigging musician be ready to spend more than the price of the guitar on getting it setup right.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
LOVE IT. My amazing husband bought this for me so i can finally learn to play the guitar (along with rocksmith). looks great, fits my small frame, and sounds awesome. Read morePublished 19 months ago by ab8610
Great value. Nice tone. I have two of them. Pickup is very crunchy and the neck is nice and fast. Very good quality. Outside of tuning no setup required.Published 20 months ago by sid
This guitar was freakin amazing!!! It is really powerful and i love the amazing look on the front of it.Published on June 7, 2014 by Kirito Asuna
I bought this as my first electric guitar and it rocks!
It has a really nice finish and a really good sound.
Also, for this price I consider it a really good deal.
it's classy enough for church. sounds great even without an amplifier. it also looks cool enough to rock anywhere. no disappointments with this purchase.Published on February 23, 2014 by Danielle Booth