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Epiphone PR5-E Acoustic-Electric GuitarFor almost 20 years, the Epiphone PR-5E acoustic-electric guitar has taken the stage with countless musicians. Designed by Epiphone in 1990, its distinctive body shape was patterned after Epiphone's classic 335 guitars such as the Sheraton and Casino. But instead of a double-cutaway, it features a unique, single "Florentine" or sharp cutaway. The result is a large lower bout providing excellent lows and solid mid-range with easy access to the upper frets on the neck.The premium select spruce top uses a hand-scalloped, proprietary X-bracing pattern. Combined with the slightly arched mahogany back and mahogany sides, the PR-5E provides a sweet tone that projects well even when unplugged. Its Mahogany neck with SlimTaper profile, makes the PR-5E very easy and comfortable to play without fatigue. Premium die-cast kidney machine heads for tuning accuracy and stability with premium gold hardware and split-diamond, pearloid fingerboard inlays make the PR-5E an extraordinary value.Recently updated with Epiphone's eSonic preamp and Nanoflex pickup system, the PR-5E comes alive when plugged in. Made in cooperation with Shadow Germany, the eSonic preamp features a built-in, easy to use tuner. When engaged, the guitar's output is automatically muted—with no "popping" noise—making it a perfect choice for stage use. Other controls on this state-of-the-art preamp include master volume, bass, treble, EQ shape, low battery indicator and a phase switch to help eliminate unwanted feedback.The preamp uses two 2032 lithium watch batteries that are not only lightweight, but provide significantly longer life than heavy 9V batteries. Under the PR-5E's compensated saddle is Shadow's proprietary Nanoflex low-impedance pickup. Not a piezo, this unique flexible sensing material features integrated active electronics and picks up not only string vibration but also top and body vibrations as well for a truly acoustic tone without the harshness of piezos. Case sold separately.Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
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I puchased this guitar so I could get away from using my Roland Fantom for my acoustic guitar work. The reviews seemed to be OK so at that price I didn't think I could go wrong.
Well, after a couple of months I sold it. I tried to get the action set up but you can only do so much with a guitar of this caliber. Tried restringing it yet I still had that horrible fret buzz. The pickup is junk and way to bright for my taste. This is one of those guitars that makes you work at it to play. The only good thing about it was the stunning sunburst color. Sometimes going cheap just doesn't work out.
I bought this guitar in ebony as a graduation gift for my son. I bought it from WWBW with some other gear and in my case, the setup was very good, the action perfect and everything was in good working condition. The sound is pretty consistent with its higher priced Gibson cousins, a bit too bright and trebly for my tastes but different strings should solve that. The electronics are very clean and crisp. It doesn't have the tone of my Martin D-35 or my beloved Guild F-50, but it doesn't have the lofty price tag either. For around $300, it's a good buy and stands up well to anything in that price range.
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