Semi-hollowbody Electric Guitar with Maple Laminate Body, Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Cherry
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Weight: 7lbs 2oz
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Embrace the Semi-hollowbody Vibe!Epiphone's ES-339 PRO semi-hollowbody electric guitar has roots in the classic era of rock 'n' roll, yet continues to be one of the most sought-after guitars in production. The ES Series was introduced in the late '50s, and players soon fell in love with the tone and feel of the archtop series. You get a wide variety of tones, rich harmonics, and long sustain with the ES-339. And thanks to dual coil-tapped humbuckers, you'll be able to get more tones from this ES-339 PRO than ever before! With classic looks, modern construction, and timeless tones, you'll love the Epiphone ES-339 PRO semi-hollowbody electric guitar.
Epiphone ES-339 PRO Semi-hollowbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
Epiphone's ES-339 PRO sports a reduced-sized laminated maple body with a solid center block for maximum tone and sustain. The mahogany neck feature's Epiphone's SlimTaper "D" profile shape for a faster, modern feel. And the rosewood fingerboard has a 12" radius, a great radius for both lead and rhythm playing.
The ES-339 PRO now gives you entirely new tonal combinations thanks to the two Alnico Classic Pro humbucking pickups with push/pull coil tapping. You can switch between spanky single-coil sounds and beefy humbucking tones just by pushing or pulling the volume knobs. If you rely on multiple guitars for your live performances, you may be able to get all the tone you need with the ES-339 PRO!
While the looks are classic, the quality of the ES-339 PRO's hardware is all modern. You get Epiphone's LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge and LockTone Stopbar tailpiece for rock-solid action and stable tuning performance. And the Wilkinson Vintage machine heads keep you in tune while looking sharp.
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Embrace the classic sound of the Epiphone ES-339 PRO semi-hollowbody electric guitar!
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Chrystal, McMinnville, TN
Reviewsbased on 10 reviews
by Gene Ray from Atlanta GA USAThis is one of the best buys out there. I wanted a hollowbody that was more comfortable than the 335 I have and this one is just that. The Chinese manufacturing has really improved and the quality is ... read more [+]very high. Contrary to what I had read about this guitar, the coil splitting is really a very usable feature on this guitar and provides a fairly wide variety of very usable tones for a hollowbody. Sweetwater does the best job in the business of ensuring that the guitars they sell are set up to factory specs and that there are no other problems and this one was perfect right out of the box. Jon Gillespie (Sales Engineer) followed up to make sure this was the case as he has done on previous purchases. Sweetwater is the best in terms of service whether its an expensive guitar or a less expensive one like this one. close [-]
April 1, 2013
Music Background: 40 year guitar player
by Mike from Columbus, OH, USAI checked out a Gibson 339 at a local store. Considering this was a custom shop guitar and just under $3000, I was appalled by it's condition. There were many flaws in the fit and finish, namely lots ... read more [+]of overpaint on the binding and tons of splinters, finish residue and crap on the neck. It sounded and played great, and I know a "handbuilt" guitar is not supposed to look perfect but this was a case of poor qc. The issues wouldn't be a deal breaker had it not been a $3000 custom shop Gibson guitar. It boggles my mind that they let this thing go out like this. I also think the retailer bears some responsibility for making sure what gets hung on the wall is up to par. They had 3 Epi's in stock. The first ones' neck was badly twisted, and again I blame the store for putting it on the rack. The second was o.k. but not quite right. The third one was a gem and instantly spoke to me. I snagged it, took it home and gave it the treatment, and WOW! It has the same tone unplugged that grabbed me when I played the Gibson. The only words I can find are "woody" and "Airy". I LOVE how it sounds unplugged. There is something about the open B and the B 8va that just "sympathizes" with the wood. They just pop! I keep finding specific chords that do the same. Due to the fact that I have 2 Epi's and 3 Squire Custom Vibe guitars that match or beat ANYTHING I've EVER played without any mods except the nuts I make, I am officially DONE with expensive guitars. My playing will impress no one. Why should I try to impress anyone with the label on the headstock of my guitar? close [-]
March 4, 2013
Music Background: Hobbyist
Epiphone ES-339 PRO (Cherry)
by Jim Cox from Muncie, IndianaIn looking for something similar to the old ES-335, I spotted the Epi 339 PRO and began to research it. In general it has all the features I was looking for in this style guitar; thin hollow body, hum... read more [+]buckers, coil tapping and thin neck for my small hands.
January 1, 2013
Music Background: Singer/songwriter with small home studio, played in local bands since the '50s.
I love the low action and the perfect intonation up and down the neck, the cherry finish and oh, yeah.....the price was right.
What I failed to notice before I ordered mine was the reduced body size. That was a welcome surprise. Being small of frame I enjoy that feature more each time I pick it up – which is quite often.
I've been playing since the 50s and, considering electric guitars, have historically leaned toward Fender products, but the 339 caught my eye and after much review checking I thought I'd take a chance it. I'm glad I did. It's now a permanent part of my modest collection and I'm looking forward to featuring on my demos. close [-]
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by Dennis Kayser from Denver AreaI've played guitar for 28+ yrs. and have owned most of the good stuff. I just received the Epi ES 339 Pro from Sweetwater and I'm blown away by the quality of workmanship, the tone and the Pickups! If... read more [+] you blindfolded me and I played this guitar I would swear I was playing a Gibson ES339, except the Gibson doesn't have coil splitting and costs $2100.00 MORE. Great job Epiphone & Sweetwater.
November 16, 2012
Music Background: 28+ years of guitar playing
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Worth every penny!
by Jim Evans from Newberry FloridaExcellent for the money. I wrote to Gibson years ago about having Epiphone offer an affordable version on the Gibson ES-339 and was excited when they came out. I had just purchased a Fender Modern Te... read more [+]le Plus (also excellent for the $) so I put off ordering one of these. When the price dropped to $399 I caved in and bought one. A gorgeous cherry red with a great neck and great tone. Well done Epiphone/Gibson, Well done! close [-]
August 19, 2012
Music Background: over 35 years of recording and live gigs. Guitars owned - Martin DC28E, 50th Anniversary Stratocaster, Takamine E9 Hirade Classical (33 yrs old) Jay Turser JT-134, Fender Resonator Electric Cutaway
Epiphone ES-339 PRO (Cherry)
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