Epiphone EJ-200SCE - Natural

Acoustic-electric Guitar with Spruce Top, Maple Back and Sides, Rosewood Fingerboard, and Onboard Electronics - Natural
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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 Natural
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-.053
Manufacturer Part Number EEJ2NAGH1

Customer Reviews

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EJ should mean Extra Joyous!

As usual, Sweetwater and Epiphone have knocked it out of the park! The guitar has the perfect tone, plugged or unplugged, at least for me. The only issue I had was with the the electronics. It didn't show up for a couple of weeks. I had my tech take a look at it as I needed the guitar and didn't want to have to send it back in and he found a couple of bad solder joints and he took care of it by re-soldering all connections. I don't know why it took a couple of weeks to show up but, ti doesn't matter, all is well in the world today. This is the perfect guitar for the type of gospel music that I play.
Music background: Play everyday; Live; Gospel & Inspirational

Epiphone EJ-200SCE

First, let me give Mike Baldonado 5 Stars for providing first rate customer service, "Thanks Mike". Now on to the guitar....Epiphone (Black) EJ200SCE....I Love this guitar. The playability and setup just blew me away in terms of not only sound, but craftsmanship on Epiphone's part, as well as Sweetwater's part. The guitar arrived in perfect tune with zero fret buzz or hardware rattle. The neck was arrow-straight with great action . The stock strings sounded nice, but changed them for a set of Martin light gauge. The sound is full, rich and loud with a pick, and pleasantly even with finger picking, which is great, as that's an area I'm working on. The Grover tuners are truly amazing. As for looks, this guitars finish is gorgeous. The wood is all flawless-looking, and I loved that Sweetwater let me choose which exact guitar I'd receive. It allowed me to take a close look at the wood grain and the saturation of the finish.All-in-all, this is the best value-for-money guitar I've ever bought. It's quality and craftsmanship at $399, 24 months financing and 0% interest was just what I needed (fixed income), it's sound and looks are breathtaking, and Sweetwater's service and setup were flawless. I couldn't be happier with this guitar. Buy it.I've never played a Gibson J200 and I'm sure the woods make a difference, but for the money, I have never been so satisfied with an acoustic that sounds this great. Guesswe will call it the poor man's Gibson. Take the opportunity and play one for yourself.for yourself.Thanks to Sweetwater and Mike Baldonado for a great deal on a very nice guitar.
Music background: Play at home

EJ-200CE review

This instrument has been all that I thought it would be. It is a very attractive. It has a very deep mellow tone that I was looking for. I mainly play rhythm guitar with gospel, country and some bluegrass. If you are looking for a deep mellow tone I would recommend this as a relatively inexpensive guitar. So far I am very pleased with mind. I have received many compliments on it.
Music background: Retired Teacher of Instrumental Music


This EJ200 replaced the Hummingbird Pro I bought 11 months ago. This guitar is so far ahead of the Hummingbird, it's not funny. I SHOULD have bought this one to start with. It is AWESOME! It looks like a $3000.00 guitar, plays great & sounds sweet. My Church family & my Community Service Band also says it's awesome. If it holds up to our music schedule, I'll be extremely happy! Every Gospel guitarist needs this one!
Music background: I'm a semi-pro for 54 years.

Blown Away

I was looking for another Jumbo as I wasn't all that pleased with my Gretsch Rancher purchase, which is a whole 'nuther story. I needed a quality guitar. The only question in my mind was "Do I plunk down the $3700 for the Gibson or take a chance on the Epiphone at almost 1/10 the price?" The $3300 difference in price made the decision easy and I took a chance on the Epiphone and SweetWater's "No Hassle" Return Policy.When I first took the EJ-200CE out of the box, I immediately started looking for flaws as I've had a less than ideal experience with the only other Epiphone guitar I own (an SG electric). Try as I might, I couldn't find any flaws with the EJ-200CE! The build quality is OUTSTANDING. I'm really having a hard time believing this is only a $400 guitar.After a few days of owning the guitar, I've only been able to come up with one minor gripe: The LEDs on the digital tuner are too small, and that's probably just because I'm getting old and my sight isn't what it used to be.If you're looking for a Jumbo and are having trouble deciding between the EJ-200CE and the Gretsch Rancher, get the EJ-200CE. The tuners are better, the fit/finish is much better, the fretwork is MUCH better, the electronics are much better, and it costs $100 less!
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