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  1. Hi All, Given recent news articles regarding the supposed demise of the guitar market, I wanted to share with you this news story currently featured on Epiphone.com. http://www.epiphone.com/News/Features/Features/2018/-Reports-of-My-Death-Are-Greatly-Exaggerated!”.aspx Thanks, Epiphone
  2. Hello Epiphone Forum Members, It's Summer NAMM week in Nashville, TN and Epiphone is taking this opportunity to give our retailers a preview of our new Masterbilt Century collection of "acoustic/electric" archtops. Our official consumer announcement will be on July 1st with guitars starting to arrive at authorized Epiphone retailers beginning in August. Estimated U.S. street prices are: Olympic $599, Zeniths $739 and De Luxes $899. Hard cases are optional. In addition to this information, here is a preview of our upcoming advertisement just for you, our loyal forum members. As always, thanks for your continued support and please be sure to visit Epiphone.com on July 1st for everything you need to know about this exciting new collection. Thanks again, Epiphone
  3. Hello Epiphone Forum Members, It's Summer NAMM week in Nashville, TN and Epiphone is taking this opportunity to give our retailers a preview of our new Masterbilt Century collection of "acoustic/electric" archtops. Our official consumer announcement will be on July 1st with guitars starting to arrive at authorized Epiphone retailers beginning in August. Estimated U.S. street prices are: Olympic $599, Zeniths $739 and De Luxes $899. Hard cases are optional. In addition to this information, here is a preview of our upcoming advertisement just for you, our loyal forum members. As always, thanks for your continued support and please be sure to visit Epiphone.com on July 1st for everything you need to know about this exciting new collection. Thanks again, Epiphone
  4. I know you get a lot of mail on here but as a huge Sheraton fan I would like to see a reissue of an original Sheraton with the laminate "new york" V shaped neck as a non elist outfit under 1000 dollars like the 62/50 and UJ outfits.

    Thanks

    Chris

  5. hi Mr Rossenberg,

    I think that should give Gary Clark Jr as endorser of the Epiphone Genesis, it would great to see him on a stage with, and certainly would give great

    sales, Think about it

  6. Hi Kidblast, Thanks again for your participation and involvement in this topic. Regarding your previous post, I checked on the case fit issue for the Swingster related to the wire handle. It appears that the best position for the arm is about 3 o'clock. Below is an image of the Swingster in our #940-EEMCS hard case. I hope this helps. Thanks, Epiphone
  7. Hi Kidblast, Thanks for participating in the forum. The Emperor Swingster fits into our part #940-EEMCS hard case. As with all Bigsbys, while looking at the guitar in the upright (vertical) position you should rotate the handle counter-clockwise so that the tip of the handle ends up in the about the 7:00 o'clock position. When done, the guitar will fit comfortably into the case. You should not have to remove the handle. For a listing of our guitars and their corresponding hard cases, visit www.epiphone.com and select "CASES" from the drop-down PRODUCTS menu. Scroll down and there's a CASE FITMENT chart for reference. Thanks again, Epiphone
  8. Hi Oklatex, Thanks for the post and participating in the forum. The decals placed on the Swingster and other Epiphone instruments, are not intended to stay on the guitar after purchase. Like static-cling decals on top of pickups or pickguards, the end customer should remove them. We use this thin, static-cling (rubber-like) material on these to avoid scratches to the surface. And, since it has no adhesive on it we don't have to worry about any residue on the guitar finish. As a result, they can sometimes end up getting wrinkled but we believe it's a far better option than damage to the top of the guitar. Of course, I'm assuming what you're talking about are the informational labels surrounding the 2 tone knobs in this image below. If not, please let me know. Thanks again, Epiphone
  9. Hi Wardog, Thanks for the email and your participation in the forum. Yes. We expect to have the Min-ETune system on several Epiphone models including acoustics and electrics. Anticipated availability is ~October 2013. We hope to make a formal announcement with further details ~June 2013. Thanks again, Epiphone
  10. hi Mr Rosenberg

    im a Photographer and Graphic Designer, if you need some good photos or some AD designs for the new Genesis Pro feel free to call me, would be a dream for me to participate in this project, honestly I did not like the graphic part on the Genesis PRO proyect.

    I think i could be very useful for you! and cheap!

    think about it!

    check my site

  11. Mr. Rosenberg,

    Hello, I have been searching for 2 sets of Grover Rotomatic tuners with the 60’s style Square Pearloid Buttons with the metal fitting at the base of the button. I contacted Grover and they told me Epiphone was going put these old style tuners on an exclusive Ace Frehley model. Is there any way I could purchase 2 sets of the Grover tuners from Epiphone? I am just an ind...

  12. Hi Mr Rosenberg i send you a PM

    you have read?

    thanks.

  13. Hi Jim

    I am so glad to have found this thread. Am sending you a PM

  14. Epi1

    ES-339

    All, I would like to try to clear up some confusion that may exist regarding the ES-339 PRO. The specifications for this guitar have always been the same even though it was first called an "ES-339" but now more recently, an "ES-339 PRO." When first introduced our supporting literature referred to it simply as the "ES-339." However, this was changed recently to more accurately call it an "ES-339 PRO." The "PRO" suffix refers to a set of common features that include: 1. ProBucker or Alnico Classic Pro pickups. The ProBuckers are patterned after the Gibson BurstBuckers while the Alnico Classic Pro's are patterned after the Gibson '57 Classics. Both are 4-wire pickups with 18% nickel silver covers and bases and Elektrisola wire. You can read more about this HERE: 2. Push/Pull coil-tapping on each volume knob. The recent price reduction was simply that. We did not change the specs, parts or anything else on the guitar. We just wanted more of you to be able to afford this fantastic new guitar. :-) Thanks again for all your support and participation in our forum. Best regards, Epi1
  15. hi Epi1

    i send you a PM.

    plaese check it

    thanks you so much.

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