Epiphone Elitist Byrdland Guitar  

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A solid spruce carved top and AAA flamed maple back and sides plus precision craftsmanship and USA humbuckers result in sumptuous tone while 24K gold-plated hardware, an ebony fretboard, and a gorgeou... Click To Read More About This Product

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A solid spruce carved top and AAA flamed maple back and sides plus precision craftsmanship and USA humbuckers result in sumptuous tone while 24K gold-plated hardware, an ebony fretboard, and a gorgeous flaming-chalice headstock inlay lend otherworldly looks. Easy-play 23-1/2" scale and thinline body.

Features
  • Solid spruce arched top
  • Ebony fingerboard
  • AAA flamed maple back and sides
  • 5-piece maple/rosewood set neck
  • 50SR USA humbucker at the neck
  • 50ST USA humbucker at the bridge
  • 1-11/16" bone nut
  • Thinline body
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4.0

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5.0

Byrdland Not For The Birds . . .

By J.C.

from Tennessee

Well, I have never been sorry I bought this guitar. Yes, you can pay more money for a byrdland guitar, but for the money you can't beat this instrument. It is all quality in top grade materials. The playability of it is remarkable! It feels good . . . fits my hands like a pair of gloves. Great fat sound for jazz and blues with plenty of volume room. If you are looking for quality of materials and sound, but don't want to pay the high prices, this one is for you! I own some very expensive, name brand guitars but find that I play this one the most. I can see no reason for you to be unhappy with it. If you want a rock guitar, this one is not the right one for you. Otherwise, this one is a guitar you will be proud to own without compromising sound.

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3.0

Good For Slow Music.

By Jeff Cook

from Greenville, Sc

I have A 62' Gibson Byrdland That will amke you bend over backwords when I play a slow country or blues or even light rock song.But harder things with more drive and energy forget it. If you buy this thing for that it should come with a traning couse couse it takes pratice to play it like that. You cant mess with the tone knob keep it in the middle torn one pckup of and it will be noiseless during licks and you will survive when playing powerful songs. But like i said its good for slower less loud stuff i mean if its like a 62' gibson byrdland.

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