Walnut is a very interesting tone wood and it`s most commonly used for the necks of acoustic and electric guitars. Predominantly, it is used in combination with maple, as a laminate. It is a heavy wood, so even the hollow-bodied acoustics can be pretty heavy, if made of solid walnut. Among electric guitars, there are very few with bodies made of walnut. Limited Edition 1966 G-400 Walnut model from Epiphone is one such guitar. It sports a flat and double-cut body with natural gloss finish. Tune-o-matic bridge is paired with a stoptail bar and plated in chrome. Pair of Alnico CLassic humbuckers is installed in the front. Set walnut neck is equipped with slim taper contour in the back. 22-fret fingerboard is made of rosewood.
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Epiphone Limited Edition 1966 G-400 Walnut 4.31 out of 5 based on 14 ratings
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