Since 1928, Nashville-based Epiphone has been producing some of the most reliable and best-sounding guitars for working musicians. As a Gibson subsidiary, Epiphone creates similarly excellent instruments, but at more accessible prices. They also craft a huge selection of updated vintage models, which is great news for those looking to reproduce the looks and tones of bygone eras of rock, country and more. So take a look and you might find that some of your new favorite instruments are Epiphone acoustic guitars. If you're a casual player looking for an instrument to hone your skills, the most popular and affordable option is the Epiphone DR-100 Acoustic Guitar. Its classic dreadnought shape, spruce top and mahogany body deliver versatile, balanced tone. It's ideal for almost any genre and is able to produce a commanding sound when required. Are you a rock or country player looking for a hybrid instrument for shows and recordings? If so, the Epiphone Hummingbird PRO Acoustic-Electric Guitar is an excellent option. This striking instrument features vintage styling with a decorative pickguard and pearloid parallelogram inlays. Plus, the Shadow™ ePerformer™ preamp and Shadow NanoFlex™ pickup system make it perfect for any stage. For the seasoned professional fingerstyle player, the Epiphone Masterbilt EF-500RCCE Acoustic-Electric Guitar plays like a dream. With its mahogany "C" style neck, generous cutaway and eSonic2 pickup system, this instrument is perfect for quick fingerpicking. Moreover, the solid cedar top and solid rosewood back and sides deliver an exceptionally clean, full and bright tone. Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, Tom DeLonge and Trent Reznor are only a few of the many notable players who use or have used Epiphone guitars to help achieve their diverse sounds. The Epiphone name is trusted for its quality and selection, so whether you're a beginner or a pro, there's an Epiphone acoustic guitar that can enhance your playing.
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