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Epiphone Dot Electric Guitar
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This tasty guitar is great for jazz, blues, or rock styles.

The Epiphone Dot Electric Guitar will give you buckets of deep, rich, full sound. Features classic semi-hollowbody design with dual humbuckers and 3-way pickup selector that delivers everything from growling snarls to sweet, singing sustain. Equipped with 2 volume and 2 tone controls that let you tailor your tones to fit your style, and a silky smooth, lightning-fast 22-fret rosewood fingerboard. The LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece add more sustain and make string changing easier. Limited lifetime warranty.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.

Epiphone Dot Electric Guitar Features:

  • Semi-hollowbody
    Laminated maple body and top
    Body binding
    Set mahogany neck
    22-fret rosewood fretboard
    Dual humbuckers
    3-way pickup selector
    2 volume and 2 tone controls
    LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece add more sustain and easier string changing
    Chrome hardware

Epiphone Dot Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • 24-3/4" scale
    1.68" nut width

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  • sweetest & warmest tone

    As reviewed by Brandon on 11/28/2010

    This guitar has been in my possession for only a few days now and I have fallen in love. I love the tone on the neck pickups on this guitar. They put through a very warm tone, very good for jazz and blues. I feel like this instrument is also versatile for all types of music.The guitar feels great to play, it is built very well. For the price, you cannot beat this guitar especially with the extra savings!!

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • I'd Buy Another One

    As reviewed by Bill D on 4/21/2009

    I have a Strat, and a Tele which I have not played since I got this a month ago. I would not say this is better than either of those much more expensive guitars, just that this is one of those few pleasant surprises we get once in a while. I love the playability, sounds, and the fact that the guitar stays in tune like my others. For the money I can't imagine finding anything better.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Classic ES-335 Looks and feel, for a lot less

    As reviewed by Andrew Schmidt on 2/15/2012

    Alright, first things first, this is NOT a Gibson ES-335, it would be ridiculous to insinuate that a $400 foriegn built guitar could be on par with an instrument costing thousands more, that has been handcrafted in the U.S. However, for those of us musicians who want the looks, tone, and overall vibe of a real Gibson classic, but don't have $3,000 burning a hole in our pocket, this guitar is an unbelievable value. I got mine in Vintage Sunburst and it is gorgeous; no orange-peel, streaks, or pits in the finish, it shines like a new car! The neck is pretty substantial -not overly so- but I still had to try a few to find the one that felt right. As for playability, the nicely finished frets were smooth and level along the entire rosewood fretboard, making it a joy to play. Set up was pretty good off the shelf, no intonation problems or dead spots, but I did adjust the action to my preference. The stock pickups are not bad, but I highly recommend dropping in some Gibson '57 classics to get that sweet "airy" mid-range clean tone, and some nice definition when things get dirty, also I'm planning to upgrade the electronics (pots, wiring, etc...). The tone of this guitar (with stock pups) is suprisingly good, definitely "sounds" like a ES-335 should, nice sustain, sparkling clean tones, warm and full when driven, dial back the tone to get bluesy; like I said, stock pups sound good, '57 classics sound stellar. The body is large (like it should be) but not unwieldy, and being semi-hollow it's not too heavy; whether sitting, standing, or reclined on the sofa, it's just downright comfortable to play, even for long periods of time. Overall, I'm thoroughly pleased with this purchase and would recommend it to a friend. I'm proud to have it in my collection and look forward to playing this great guitar for years to come.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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