Epiphone ES-339 Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar
Epiphone's Ltd. Ed. ES-339 P-90 PRO is today's guitar with roots solidly grown in Epiphone's classic age whenever Epi's famous Kalamazoo factory produced stone's many popular instruments within the late '50s and '60s. Featuring a reduced-size ES-style body and Epiphone's brand-new P-90R PRO "soapbar" pickups, the ES-339 P-90 PRO semi-hollowbody transforms back the time clock while breaking brand new ground in noise and magnificence. Case sold independently.
A Legend Reborn
Initially introduced within the late '50s, the initial ES Series became an immediate rock classic that brought the feel and look of an archtop to a generation of people who'd grown up playing solid human anatomy guitars like Les Paul. However for some, ES-style archtops felt also cumbersome to play on stage or perhaps in the studio. Now, the ES-339 P-90 professional is the perfect remedy featuring smaller human body proportions while however retaining the bell-like tone the ES Series is well-known for. And, like Epi's nouveau classic ProBucker humbuckers, the P-90 PRO "soapbar" pickups tend to be a stunning relaxation for the first-generation of handwound P-90s which many think about the best single-coil pickup ever made.
Solid Epiphone Building
The Epiphone Ltd. Ed. ES-339 P-90 professional functions a reduce-size laminated maple body with a solid center block like original ES-style classics and a black pickguard with steel "E" insignia. The mahogany SlimTaper "D" account 24.75" scale neck has 22 medium-jumbo frets and is hand-set and glued with a mortise and tenon neck shared with Titebond glue. The 12" radius neck features a rosewood fingerboard with pearloid inlays and a 1.68" fan. Single-ply cream binding on the fingerboard and body finishes the classic appearance.
Introducing this new Epiphone P-90R PRO
The Ltd. Ed. ES-339 P-90 PRO features Epiphone's P-90R PRO "soapbar" pickup, a genuine relaxation of the first-generation of P-90 pickups present in Les Pauls. Epiphone P-90R PRO single-coil pickups tend to be independently voiced for rhythm and lead and supply a large number of noise alternatives for the current guitarist. For everyone used to holding two or three guitars to get each of their preferred sounds, the Ltd. Ed. ES-339 P-90 may be all you could'll previously need to take to a gig to any extent further.