Epiphone EL-00 Reviews
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from Quad Cities USA
May 1, 2012Music Background:
Country blues/rock, americana and worship music. Been playing since the early 60s.
My EL-00Yes I am blown away by this little guitar.
I own a Gibson J-180 and a 1974 Aria Jumbo western and I needed a grab and play guitar and saw this little guitar on Youtube. After reading reviews and watching a few videos I ordered ordered one along with the (equally as impressive) case .
It plays and sounds great right out of the box and the EL-00 has that vintage 30's blues box look.
I could go on, but get your own, you won't regret it!
March 15, 2011Music Background:
sensational guitarjust got this guitar today. unfortunately not from sweetwater,however i figured it would help people out in buying writing this review, right out of the box was ok ,in tune and the finish is gorgeous,intonation great, and playablity is good. strings at perfect height. it even comes with truss rod for that price,amazing . definately a guitar to take a chance on, it's well worth the money best guitar in that price range i've played in a long time .
from sonoma county CA
December 11, 2010Music Background:
" parlor player " just for the fun of makin' music
A GREAT VALUE and my go - to grab and playA very good friend has an original pre war Gibson L00 which I love. , Gibson offers a Custom Shop for 6K and vintage ones fetch between 4K and 5K , so when I saw this guitar , I gave it a shot.
Was I surprised.
The workmanship is pretty good for the price point and the sound really surprised me.
The smaller size is a plus for those who can't get comfy with a drednaught.
Still looking for an "affordable " Gibson L00 , but this guitar is a keeper !
June 18, 2012Music Background:
3 chords in the kitchen
Just What I WantedI play a 60's era Epiphone Cortez and wanted something inexpensive for traveling. Though the tone isn't as seasoned or complex as the Cortez, I like everything about the EL-00. Very comfortable neck, especially for short hands, light weight, and plenty loud enough for a jam session. I ordered it with the TUSQ nut, but found the tone really improved when I installed a bone saddle and switched to medium-light strings. The sunburst is beautifully done, and overall it looks and feels like a much more expensive guitar. Just a great, everyday player.