The Epiphone G-310 SG Electric Guitar is an axe that delivers everything from warm distortion to all-out scream. Crafted with alder body, bolt-on mahogany neck, and rosewood fingerboard with dot inlay... Read More
The Epiphone G-310 SG Electric Guitar is an axe that delivers everything from warm distortion to all-out scream. Crafted with alder body, bolt-on mahogany neck, and rosewood fingerboard with dot inlay. Also has chrome LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for more sustain and easier string changing, and LockTone tuners. Limited lifetime warranty.
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15 years and counting...
I got the guitar as a gift when I was 17 and have been playing it for the last 15 years. It has stood the test of time, and with proper care, etc....Read complete review
I got the guitar as a gift when I was 17 and have been playing it for the last 15 years. It has stood the test of time, and with proper care, etc. it still looks great. It was in storage for about 5 years and took it out and cleaned it up about a month ago and it still sounds great. It's a great starter electric and and you can't beat the styling. I play everything from rock to metal to indie rock, and it sounds great. I had to replace the output jack a few years ago, but aside from that there have been no problems. I may get some new pickups soon, but there's nothing wrong with the factory originals.
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The Epi SG G-310
This guitar was the coolest thing ever when I got it. Now I'm thinking of selling it for a Dean Z-X. This things neck feels downright cheap. The input jack can be frustrating...Read complete review
This guitar was the coolest thing ever when I got it. Now I'm thinking of selling it for a Dean Z-X. This things neck feels downright cheap. The input jack can be frustrating too. Worst of all is the upper fret access, which is terrible. But i have to say that with an Original Crybay and a DS-1 Distortion pedal, this thing can really scream. Its distortion sounds downright WICKED. This is a good begginer guitar, I would reccomend it as a first guitar.
Reviewed by 111 customers
Got this today, hoping it wouldn't be a cheaply put together SG, but this guitar is amazing, the flow and tone it puts out high and low end are both amazing. The red finish looks better in person, picture doesn't do a justice. The quality stands out when you hold it, just an all around amazing guitar for a deal, this guitar compares to 2014 Gibson SG standards and SGJs, it holds its own, do not think twice to purchase this guitar
Completely worth the 250$. This electric guitar comes in 3 colors, and I chose the Ebony color. The pickups are decent for stock pickups and sound great in clean, but don't sound the best with metal, but still work nicely. Playing on this guitar is very easy and feels natural. The only thing I should warn buyers about is to purchase good strings along with the guitar, as the strings that came with the guitar are horrible and break with a simple bend.
I am 68 years old and still, as Bob Seeger (sp?) sang, "out on the road again". I have played Gibson, Guild, Gretsch, and Martin guitars for 59 years, yep! I have a 1966 Les Paul Custom (Black). I bought it new. NOTHING CAN EVEN COME CLOSE. But, it is really HEAVY. So I was looking for a lighter weight guitar that really rocks. I found a white SG 310 at a local music store and it was love at first sound. The workmanship is excellent. The setup is excellent. The sound is amazing. The weight is FANTASTIC. T0 the person who wrote that the 310 is not just a practice axe. You are right on. Now both my left shoulder and the LP Custom are taking a well deserved rest. It's not a Les Paul Custom, but it ain't bad at all. Amazing.
what a fantastic guitar, I have a guitar that was built in the nineties and I will never let it go. I've played a little bit of everything, but stock, this guitar has one of the sweetest tones I've ever heard. don't even second guess this guitar, just buy it!
For the money, its good. However, it started to break down. The pickups were loose, the neck was badly fastened, and the finish is truly terrible. The best part is the tuners.
i thought this guitar was the greatest guitar ever when i first got it a few years ago (when i had only been playing for a year or so) but i would rather just get rid of it now. it has been nothing but a problem to me. i think the most annoying thing about this guitar is that it just buzzes way to much no matter what state the neck is in. maybe for someone just starting out this guitar will get the job done but other than that this guitar is definately not worth it!!!!
This guitar is very durable. Mistakes happens and I've dropped this thing at a good 4 or 5times and it still works completely fine. The sound is alright through a Line 6 spider3, and really good through a tube amp. Only problem that I've had is with the treble/rhythm switch which stopped working like 2weeks after I bought it.
This guitar does not get out of tune very quickly. The strings do need to be changed much like with most new guitars. The body and feel of playing is just perfect. The pickups compared to my last guitar are perfect, and should only be changed if you are really picky. It's loud when playing unplugged and sounds great with an amp as well. It sounds great when playing all sorts of music: jazz, rock, ska, blue, pop. I've had this guitar for about three months, and I've improved so much in my playing just because of this guitar. It's truly a beautiful sounding guitar and looks great too.
This guitar shows that the choice of wood and construction makes a difference. Rather than mahogany, the SG 310 is made with alder, like Fender guitars. Also, the neck is bolt-on rather than set, like Fender guitars. The neck had dot inlays rather than crown inlays, also like Fender guitars. The tone is clearly different than the SG 400, which sounds like its big brother, the Les Paul. The SG 310 doesn't sound like a Les Paul, or a Fender Stratocaster for that matter, which is also typically made with alder, rather than mahogany. The Epiphone SG-310 has a different tone altogether, which may be due to the difference in wood used and body construction. It still has the stop bar and tunomatic bridge so that keeps it from sounding like a Fender, but it doesn't sound like a Gibson either. This is a good rock guitar, perhaps, but it lacks that classic Gibson tone.
I bought this guuitar to day used. I have to say, even used, it sounds fantastic. i can only imagine what it sounds like brand new. I may change the pickups from the stock ones just to get a different sound though. Overall, a great guitar. I highly recommend this one!
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