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Epiphone ES-339 PRO Electric Guitar
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A compact semi-hollowbody with Classic Pro humbuckers and a bluesy sound .

The ES-339 has a reduced size and weight laminated maple 335-style archtop body with a solid center block. With the size and feel of a Les Paul, it retains that distinct semi-hollowbody tone producing a full-bodied sound from the Alnico Classic Pro pickups with push/pull coil-splitting for single-coil tones. Features include SlimTaper D-profile mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard with MOP inlays, neck and body binding, Grover Vintage tuners, and LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stop tailpiece. Case sold separately.

Epiphone ES-339 PRO Electric Guitar Features:

  • Body
    Body shape: Double cutaway
    Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body
    Body material: Laminated
    Top wood: Not applicable
    Body wood: Maple
    Body finish: Gloss
    Orientation: Right handed
    Neck
    Neck shape: SlimTaper D
    Neck wood: Mahogany
    Joint: Set-in
    Scale length: 24.75"
    Truss rod: Standard
    Neck finish: Gloss
    Fretboard
    Material: Rosewood
    Radius: 12"
    Fret size: Medium jumbo
    Number of frets: 22
    Inlays: Dot
    Nut width: 1.68" (42.67mm)
    Pickups
    Configuration: HH
    Neck: Alnico Classic
    Middle: Not applicable
    Bridge: Alnico Classic
    Brand: Epiphone
    Active or passive: Passive
    Series or parallel: Series
    Piezo: No
    Active EQ: No
    Special electronics: Push/pull tone control
    Controls
    Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2
    Pickup switch: 3-way
    Coil tap or split: Coil tap
    Kill switch: No
    Hardware
    Bridge type: Fixed
    Bridge design: Tune-o-matic
    Tailpiece: Stopbar
    Tuning machines: Grover vintage tombstone buttons
    Color: Nickel
    Other
    Number of strings: 6-string
    Special features: Versatile electronics
    Case: Sold separately
    Accessories: None
    Country of origin: China




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  • Very Nice Little Axe!

    As reviewed by Dan Dubois on 8/15/2012

    I have been playing guitar since the 60's in all kinds venues and for all kinds of crowds and with all kinds of guitars. And I have NOT played any Epiphone guitars since the 60's, when I had a bad experience with one. It was by chance that this one caught me. When I first played it at the Guitar Center store, I was both surprised and pleased with the quality of construction that it made me look closer. The sound was even more surprising. WOW! I needed just this kind of ax to play at our youth hall and this MORE than filled the bill! So I bought it. I brought it home and put it through it's paces. This guitar, like the man said, when you put your own preference of strings on it (I use Gibson Vintage) and set it up properly, it will put a smile on your face that will make people wonder what has BLESSED you so much! The fingerboard is pure Gibson-esqe, and plays just as well. And it plays ALL the way up very easily once it is properly set up. I am currently working out with this guitar and will use it as my primary ax (tells you something?) for a little while until I get the feel of it and it's capabilities. And you would find that there are many with the coil-splitting feature. Sorry to "go off" but there is a LOT to be said about this great little ax. BTW: I called and was going to change out the humbuckers with some matched 57 PAF Classics, but I decided to wait and see what these do. They sound pretty good... I highly recommend this guitar. It is a lot lighter than my LP's, it is high quality in sound and construction, and worth every penny they ask. I feel I am VERY BLESSED to have it in my arsenal.

    8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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  • Blow away.

    As reviewed by Steve Neme on 7/13/2012

    I bought this guitar in the Cherry Red color after waiting months to see if it would ever come in (these guitars were crazy back ordered at the time). The red wouldn't have been my first choice, based on the photos, but this guitar is way more beautiful in person. Really, the red with the wood grain is amazing looking. Anyway, looks aside, this is going to be my favorite guitar of all my guitars, I can already tell. The Humbuckers are loud and wonderful, and though I haven't yet found use for the coil-tap, it's a nice feature. Grover tuners are an added feature, and I have had no issues with shoddy workmanship. The guitar has a little more weight than I expected, but is about the same as any Epiphone Dot I've picked up. I like that it doesn't feel as bulky as the Dot, because of the smaller dimensions, of course. This guitar is well worth the money, and if you can get one, do it. They are well worth the wait.

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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  • Very Cool Rig

    As reviewed by michael murphy on 2/25/2013

    Purchased my cherry red ES339 in January online and it took 2 days to get from Kansas City, Kansas to Austin, Texas. Amazing shipping and picked it up at the store. Fit and finish is flawless and top wood grain very nice and consistant. I really love the rich deep cherry color. I took steel wool to the frets top and filed down a couple of little snags on the fret edges and it was a smooth as a whistle. The action was set up too high for me so I lowered it. Got a little fret buzz on 5 - 7 frets on bottom 3 strings. So I took it back in to GC luthier to check it out and he raised the strings a fraction and seemed to smooth out again, but a little buzzing remains when played acoustically. He made no adjustments to the trussrod and it seemed to have the correct amount of bow as is. He also tweaked the intonation, so I'm happy with the neck action. Not as easy to play as my Fender Amer. Delux with maple neck. But after playing through the first set at practice last week I felt like it was pretty effortless playing it. The pickups are very hot and very responsive to touch. The tones at both low and high ends are both very impressive. Low ends are deep on my Fender Deville and highs cut right through. Prefer the coil tap off for a bigger richer tone, and still punches out cutting highs. The body size is very nice and does not feel heavy. I am using it for an alternate with my strat to cover classic rock and blues. Fits the bill great. Very satisfied with the tone, playability and overall quality of the rig. For the price point, an outstanding axe.

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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