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Epiphone PRO-1 Classic 3/4 Size Review

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Brand Epiphone
Category Classical & Nylon String Guitars
String Type: Nylon,
Number of Strings: 6,
Body Shape: 3/4 Classical,
Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed,
Color: Antique Natural,
Top Wood: Cedar,
Back & Sides Wood: Mahogany,
Body Bracing: Custom PRO-Prietary bracing,
Binding: Ivory/Black,
Neck Wood: Mahogany,
Neck Shape: D profile,
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood,
Number of Frets: 18, JumboPRO,
Scale Length: 22.8",
Tuning Machines: Epiphone Deluxe Classical 16:1,
Bridge Material: Rosewood,
Nut/Saddle Material: NuBone,
Nut Width: 1.89",
Strings: Epiphone Ultra light (28-42),
Manufacturer Part Number: EAC3ANCH1,

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Epiphone PRO-1 Classic 3/4 Size - Antique Natural

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Epiphone PRO-1 Classic 3/4 Size Reviews

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Starter Guitar

Sweetwater Customer
2 years ago

Bought this for my niece just learning to play. The 3/4 size is comfortable for her. Good starter guitar.

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Great guitar with sweet sustain

Sweetwater Customer
2 years ago

I have very small hands for a middle-aged adult and find the 3/4 size and scale length to be the perfect size and it fits my frame (doesn't look toy sized). As for the tuning, I did not find it to come out of tune in an excessive way. The nylon strings need to be stretched over time in a new guitar, so be patient as they stretch with each tuning. I bought the bundle (guitar with read more the Epiphone gig bag. It was the best price to be found online, and none had of the competitors had the bundle. What pleasantly surprised me was the guitar's sustain, and can only attribute it to the materials (cedar top & mahogany back & sides: although laminates, it's still the basis and character of the sound). My sales engineer Dave Cody could not be any nicer of a human being - a super knowledgeable guitarist willing to share his guitar journey. The packaging was nice & secure, and shipping was quick and free with sweet thank you! Thank you for making a 50 year dream come true with my first guitar!

Great little guitar!

Ed Roper
2 years ago

We've all seen and probably started on "beginner" guitars that are just cheaply made and discouraging to play. This is not one of them. It is well made and set up and a joy to play. Enough volume and tone. The short scale and nylon strings are great for small hands and the 3/4 size is very manageable. I bought this for my 7yr old grand daughter because she's been begging for a read more guitar for her birthday and the size and play-ability will be just right. I've pictured it with a duolian for size comparison.

Excellent guitar

Sweetwater Customer
2 years ago

Exactly as described, love the quality and sound, and such a great price!

So far so good

Sweetwater Customer
3 years ago

Just started learning to play the guitar. So far, so good!

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