Through much research i have some information to share on the epiphone Pro-series super strat's.Might come in handy for someone like me who was unable to get thier hand's on a spec.
The Epiphone Pro Series proves Gibson's commitment to modern guitar design at all levels. Each instrument in the series has been researched, designed, and built with close attention to the performance details most important to working musicians.
The series consisted of the following,from low-end to high end.
Pro435i - (Spec below) This guitar marketed at around $399 at the date of release.
Pro635i - Similar spec to the Pro435i,but with a carved poplar body as opposed to 'selected hardwood',24 frets,bolt on/in Maple neck,Rosewood fretboard,Stock samick 'I' Humbucker and two single coil pickups and SOMETIMES,a better tremolo,e.g- a Floyd rose II or Schaller. The guitar came available in Red,White and Black.This guitar marketed at around $599 at date of release.
Pro935i - Very similar to 635i,24 frets,Bolt on/in Maple neck,Rosewood fretboard,Pickups were however upgraded to a Gibson L-B Humbucker in the bridge and Gibson SC-2 single coil in the neck.Normally equipped with either a schaller or floyd rose II tremolo.The guitar was available in Black or magenta.This guitar marketed at around $769
Pro - The top of the line Epiphone super strat.Carved Poplar body,Bolt on/in neck (although i have seen neck-thru variations on the USA models),24 frets (On u.s models in patic,the 24th fret had a 'pro' logo on it),Maple neck,Rosewood fretboard,Gibson L-B Humbucker in the bridge and a Gibson SC-2 singlecoil in the neck,Equiped with a schaller,floyd rose original or floyd rose II as standard.This guitar was available in White,black and red.This guitar marketed at around $950.
Above guitar,Epiphone Pro435i
Samick 'I' Produced pickups,2 single coils; 1 humbucking
25 1/2” scale
Offset dot inlay
Bennder fine-tune tremelo
Select hardwood body
Bolt-in maple neck
Ebony, white, red
This guitar marketed at around $399.