G-400 is one of the most standard variants of the SG guitar made by Epiphone. Epiphone SGs cover the budget-friendly portion of the market, sometimes reaching into the mid-range section. G-400 in the Worn variant comes with a classic double-cut body made of mahogany. Body of this model is equipped with a standard double cutaway and a classic black pickguard. Worn Brown and Worn Cherry, both with satin finishes, comprise the color palette for this model. Bridge section is equipped with a standard combo, made up of tune-o-matic bridge and stoptail bar behind it. Pickups on this model are installed in H/H configuration. Neck is set-in and Epiphone equips it with slim and fast contour in the back. 22-fret fingerboard on top is made of rosewood.
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