Slow Blues Soloing & Rhythm guitar - this course is on sale this week. $10.00 off regular price.
I was chosen as the Next Top Guitar Instructor at Truefire!
Epiphone Acoustic Guitar AJ-220S Review
Home Guitar Video Lessons Guitar Videos Music Blog Forums Running Download Store Contact Search Donate Advertise
March 11, 2014

Epiphone Acoustic Guitar AJ-220S

If you are looking for a nice but inexpensive acoustic guitar, you will want to check out this beautiful guitar from Epiphone. Dressed in a beautiful finish, and featuring appointments you'd often find on higher-end guitars, the Epiphone Acoustic Guitar AJ-220S guitar sounds just as good as it looks. Built on advanced jumbo body design, the depth of the body and the width of the shoulders create a large sound chamber, presenting tone that is full, deep, and loud.

The mahogany back and sides paired with a solid Sitka spruce top brings out rich harmonics, lots of projection, and clarity in tone. A glued-in dovetail neck joint keeps the Epiphone acoustic guitar's neck and body stable, without losing any subtleties in tone. The mahogany neck adds strength, as the wood is quite durable and will stand up to the elements. The rosewood bridge and fretboard produces lasting sustain, in a deep appearance. Dressed in a polyurethane finish and featuring such desirable appointments as sealed die-cast tuners and nickel hardware, you'll probably like the look of the Epiphone AJ-220S guitar as much as its sound.

Built under the expertise of Epiphone's master craftsmen, this acoustic guitar will sound excellent for a very long time. And at this price, you can't go wrong.

Epiphone in general creates very nice instruments, to affordable prices. If you can't spend the big bucks on a Gibson, anything from Epiphone will get you pretty close to a real Gibson, but at way lower prices.

Order the Epiphone Acoustic Guitar AJ-220S

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com

Comment on this?

» Recommend this page to a friend!

» RSS

Posted by Robert Renman on March 11, 2014

Leave a comment?

Leave a comment
*Name:
*Email Address:
Your e-mail address will NOT be displayed.
*Comment:
Comments will NOT appear until approved.
Anti-spam code:
Enter the code above:
* denotes required field




All contents © Copyright 2001 - 2014 Robert Renman

RSS