The Ltd. Ed. Firebird Studio puts the rare Pelham Blue color finish on one of the most iconic rock guitars ever made. The no-frills Ltd. Ed. Firebird Studio features a mahogany body and neck with the ... Read More
The Ltd. Ed. Firebird Studio puts the rare Pelham Blue color finish on one of the most iconic rock guitars ever made. The no-frills Ltd. Ed. Firebird Studio features a mahogany body and neck with the classic Firebird reverse headstock profile and 6-on-a-side Steinberger 40:1 ratio direct-drive Gearless machine heads. The Firebird is powered by Epiphone's own Alnico Classic Plus humbuckers and includes a LockTone tune-o-matic bridge and LockTone stopbar tailpiece.
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Epiphone should keep these in full production. I have had the worn cherry limited version for 3 yrs now and love it. All stock, plays and feels as good as a Gibson Firebird. Pickups are as good as 490 Gibson's. It's an odd size, I use a bass case. Not a shredding metal machine, but great for blues, country, and rock even jazz.
A few months back, my 20 year old Fender Strat's neck got messed up a week before an important gig. I went to GC with the intent of buying a tele. My GC didn't have exactly what I was looking for but by the doorway, this bright blue gem caught my eye. I picked up the Firebird Studio in Phelam Blue.The sounds that the Seyemour Duncan Alnico Classics produce clean is stunning and with od or distortion, they really jump to life with a crunch unlike anything I've played before. The versatility of this guitar is far underrated. I received this with no paint blemishes although the selector knob head had a chunk out of it. My GC offered to replace it but had no spare white epi knobs. Overall, I could not be more pleased with it.
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