The Epiphone PR-150 is the sort of guitar that just Epiphone can make budget-friendly with traditional looks, excellent tone, and road tough! Every guitar player– specialists and beginners alike– enjoy an instrument that you can pick up and put down anywhere and trust that it will sound terrific and be in tune whenever motivation strikes, whether among pals, in the studio, or on a quiet phase. There are lots of so-called ‘spending plan’ guitars out there however when it boils down to it, the PR-150 is something completely different from the acoustic guitar rat race. The PR-150 is just a great guitar that’s simple on the wallet however big on sound, design, and substance. For such an easy-to-afford guitar, the Epiphone PR-150 is a standout– a best instrument to get started on. The PR-150 sounds fantastic and this Epiphone’s sunburst surface offers it the appearance of a far more pricey guitar.
– Dreadnought style
– Spruce top
– Mahogany back and sides
– Mahogany neck
– Rosewood fretboard
– Chrome hardware
It has timeless looks, excellent tone, and is made to be roadway hard. Like all worthwhile acoustic guitars, it starts and ends with tonewoods, and the PR-150 Epiphone picked a choose spruce leading and mahogany body for a timeless noise that’s balanced, clear, and will just improve with age and lots of playing. The rosewood bridge and artificial bone saddle are a best match for the resonant profile of the choose spruce top. The vintage-style soundhole is supported by a tortoiseshell-style pickguard with the ’60s period “E” logo design. The SlipTaper 25.5″ scale mahogany neck has a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, a 12″ radius, a 1.68″ nut, premium die-cast 14:1 tuners, and the timeless ’60s age Sloped Dovewing headstock. The Epiphone’s all-nickel hardware will last as long as you play the pr-150 and the guitar can be found in 2 color surfaces, Natural (NA) and Vintage Sunburst (VS). Choose the surface you want in the drop down menu above.
Good condition acoustic guitar, some dings and damages due to playwear on the front and the back, fine scratches on the back. Full size cost effective dreadnought guitar. For such an easy-to-afford guitar, the Epiphone PR-150 is a standout– an ideal instrument to obtain begun on. It is a dreadnought and features a spruce leading, mahogany back and sides, and a mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard.
There are some nice spending plan guitars out there, and as you add hundreds and even thousands of dollars to the cost the enhancements in tone and playability are not commensurate with the amount invested. Surely you know of Epiphone, they produce the entry-level Gibson brand name instruments that get re-sold for nearly nothing as quickly as a guitarist can scrape up sufficient dosh for a genuine Gibson. Though much reviled, these imported guitars can be rather good.
The woods are good, with a spruce leading and a bound mahogany body and neck. Are these solid woods? I do not know, however for this cost I am suspecting probably not. The fretboard and bridge are made of genuine solid rosewood, which is incredible when you think about that Gibson is using all type of strange stuff for Les Paul fretboards instead of rosewood. The body is sprayed in a clear finish (NA), however it is also offered in Vintage Sunburst, which looks quite great.