Epiphone EJ-200SCE - Vintage Sunburst

Acoustic-electric Guitar with Spruce Top, Maple Back and Sides, Rosewood Fingerboard, and Onboard Electronics - Vintage Sunburst
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Next-gen King of the Flat Tops

The Epiphone EJ-200SCE acoustic-electric guitar launches the King of the Flat Tops into the future, with a graceful cutaway for complete upper-fret access, onboard electronics, and exquisite appointments. You'll enjoy speedy navigation on the EJ-200SCE's fast maple neck as you let your fingers dance up and down the bound rosewood fingerboard, with its gorgeous graduated crown inlays. And then there's the huge, beautifully balanced super jumbo tone, enhanced by a select maple body and solid spruce top and amplified perfectly by Epi's superb eSonic2 electronics. The Epiphone EJ-200SCE: you're gonna dig this axe!

Epiphone EJ-200SCE Acoustic-electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Beauty, tone, and playability
  • Stage-ready, with superior onboard electronics
  • Acoustic mojo, super jumbo style
Beauty, tone, and playability

The Epiphone EJ-200SCE's fingerboard is made of high-grade rosewood. This durable wood's resilience makes the fingerboard extremely balanced and stable, and gives each chord and note exceptional clarity and bite. What's more, the EJ-200SCE's pearloid graduated crown inlays are inserted into the fingerboard using a special process that eliminates gaps and doesn't require fillers. The fingerboard is bound for an extremely smooth and comfortable feel that enhances the J-200 Standard's playability.

Stage-ready, with superior onboard electronics

When Sweetwater customers ask us about acoustic-electric guitars for stage performance, it's easy to recommend Epiphone's EJ-200SCE acoustic-electric guitar. Epiphone has fitted this fine guitar with its eSonic2 electronics, which gives you natural-sounding amplification and outstanding ease-of-use. The system features stereo output and a built-in tuner. To control your sound, you get a master volume, separate EQ controls for the NanoMag and NanoFlex pickups, a phase switch for killing feedback, and a tuner activation switch with output mute.

Acoustic mojo, super jumbo style

Epiphone and Gibson Super Jumbo guitars were originally built to cut through the loudest acoustic ensembles, allowing them to compete with the mandolins and banjos that were prevalent in pre-amplified times. It's still a thrill to hear the well-balanced sound of a Super Jumbo ring out loud and clear, the maple sides and spruce top pumping out a throaty tone that's equally great for high-octane strumming and delicate fingerpicking. Everyone from arena rockers to country artists to blues greats choose these guitars for their incredible sound, projection, build quality, and, let's face it, stunning looks.

Epiphone EJ-200SCE Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:
  • Classic J-200 style with cutaway
  • eSonic2 pickup system with built-in tuner
  • Grover gold machine heads
  • Select maple body; solid spruce top
  • Maple SlimTaper neck; rosewood fingerboard with crown inlays
  • Rosewood bridge with synthetic bone saddle
The Epiphone EJ-200SCE: once you go jumbo, you never go back!

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape Super Jumbo
Body Style Single Cutaway
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Vintage Sunburst
Top Wood Solid Spruce
Back & Sides Wood Select Maple
Body Bracing X-Bracing
Binding Multi-ply
Neck Wood Maple
Neck Shape SlimTaper
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Crowns
Number of Frets 20
Scale Length 25.5"
Tuning Machines Grover Rotomatic
Bridge Material Rosewood
Nut Width 1.68"
Electronics Epiphone eSonic2
Strings (.012-.052)
Manufacturer Part Number EEJ2VSGH1

Customer Reviews

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Originally bought this guitar on one of the online Giants. Cut through the chase it was a terrible experience and I ended up getting refunded for the purchase after several exchanges. I then decided to call Sweetwater. I thought about maybe buying the next model up from Epiphone. After talking with my sales engineer several times Paul Eckert, he assured me that Sweetwater goes above and beyond in checking out their guitars to make sure everything is what you would expect if you were there in person. He said I will not have the same issue I had with the other online purchase. I thought about it the next day and decided to call back and pull the trigger one more time. Paul was not there but another sales engineer Brandon Miller promptly called me back. I got the same assurances from him and we quickly processed the order late Friday afternoon. Unbelievably the guitar got shipped out Friday night and was at my door Saturday. I'm only one state away but still impressive. The guitar itself, unbelievable for this money I can't believe how good it sounds. Put it through an amp and it's unbelievable. It plays super and required no setup from me. Is it the Gibson at $ plus? No.. but I'll tell you for this price it's truly amazing. I do say that Epiphone knows acoustic guitars. It's absolutely beautiful and a pleasure to play as a matter of fact I can't put it down. It's it's good to know that there's still customer service alive and well in today's world. Thanks Sweetwater and hats off to your sales engineers.

Everything I hoped for and then some

The guitar is flawless. Straight out of the box, perfect set up, thank you Sweetwater. I am a novice player, this is my step up from my learner guitar. The tone is wonderful, its so easy to play, I cannot put it down. I plugged into my peavey vypyr amp and loved the sound even more. My poor Yamaha hollow body will be taking a back seat there.I actually got my hands on a Gibson sj200 a few days ago at my local store. I was expecting guitar envy etc., but left thrilled. It was probably badly set up and might have had crap strings but in all honesty I really felt I have the better guitar. And the price difference...... If there is one niggling thing it would be the pickguard; the EJ has a sticker and the Gibson had a really chunky well made solid piece. Apart from that, my Epiphone EJ-200 is amazing!
Music background: Singer trying to finally learn to support myself

Looks and plays great!

The EJ-200CE is a great sounding guitar. This is a great value. The sound is big. The tuner works great. The intonation is spot on. The electronics sound good and are easy to use. I bought this guitar through Sweetwater because I knew it would arrive in perfect working condition.
Music background: Playing guitar for 32 years.

I love this guitar!

I bought this guitar a year ago and have fell in love with it. I play a few small bars and bonfires and it more than holds it's weight. I love the on-board tuner. The only problem I've had with it is that the flowers, which are painted on the pick guard, have worn off from strumming. If your are looking for a good guitar to do small gigs with, this is it!
Music background: Hobbyist, Amateur

A great guitar!

I bought the original EJ-200 which was made in Korea and had a laminate top and no electronics or cutaway. It was a stunner on looks, but so-so on tone. This newer model is GREAT. With a solid Sitka spruce top, cut away and two shadow pickups, it has fantastic tone and killer looks as well. I use it to record and am very pleased with the tone I hear in the play backs. It is as good as any Gibson, Taylor or Martin. I use it to record the rhythm tracks that back my mandolin for church praise and worship songs. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Music background: experienced musician, worship leader
See also: 6 string acoustic guitars, Epiphone, Epiphone 6-string Acoustic Guitars, Epiphone Acoustic / Electric Guitars