Epiphone Guitars

Epiphone has produced quality guitars way before rock-n-roll was invented. They stated building instruments in 1873 in Greece.  Manufacture made between 1957 and 1969 were made in the Gibson factory at 225 Parsons Street and on Elenor Street. In the early 1970's Epiphone began to manufacture instruments at the Matsumoku plant in Japan. Production and distribution were being managed by Aria in cooperation with Gibson. From the 1980s, Epiphones were manufactured mainly in Korea but also in Japan by contractors licensed by Gibson. One of these contractors was Samick, which also built instruments under license for other brands, and in its own name. The brand was primarily used to issue less expensive versions of classic Gibson models. In 2002, Gibson opened a factory in Qingdao, China, which manufactures Epiphone guitars. With few exceptions, Epiphones are now built only in the Qingdao factory.

Most Epi's we have handled were of very good quality. Can you tell the difference between a Gibson and a Epi by ear? Maybe not. Can we tell the difference by feel/play? Close call but you take the test. With this in mind we try and buy all the Epi's that are in excellent condition. Yes, lightly use but don't show it. Make sure to check our inventory regularly to see what new stock we added today. Also you can call us at 201-945-5577 and find out what we have not listed yet. 



2013 Epiphone Wildkat used in mint perfect never played condition. She's like out of the box, all originsal, and you save on this wonderful guitar. Guitar Boutique is the place to make it happen. $399.99









2009 Epiphone SG Lefty G-400 in beautiful mint condition. She's a cherry gloss finish and all original. $249.99

Epiphone LP Pro Plustop

Can you believe it? What a wonder LP,  in MINT Like New Condition, selling for $499.99 with a New Gig Bag. Not even a finger print that we can report. Come check out the savings at Guitar Boutique.

The Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plustop PRO packs a punch. Sporting Pro-Bucker pickups with coil-tapping and a stunning AAA flame maple veneer top, this impressive solidbody electric guitar gives you legendary LP tone and playability - as well as jaw-dropping good looks - at an amazing price. With the Les Paul Standard Plustop PRO, you can play nuanced rhythm parts with a chiming single-coil setting on the neck pickup, then launch into a face-melting humbucking lead. We're talking serious tonal versatility. No matter what your musical genre, you'll love the Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plustop PRO. $499.99


Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus Pro Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

  • Mahogany body with AAA flame maple veneer
  • Single-ply cream body & neck binding
  • Set mahogany neck with 1960's SlimTaper "D" profile
  • 12" radius rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays and 22 medium-jumbo frets
  • Two ProBucker humbucking pickups
  • LockTone tune-o-matic bridge; stopbar tailpiece
  • Nickel hardware; 14:1 ratio Grover die-cast tuners
  • Clipped-ear headstock with gold "Les Paul Model" silkscreen
  • 2-ply truss rod cover with "Les Paul Standard Pro" inscription
  • Single-ply elevated cream pickguard
  • Amber bell knobs; push/pull coil tapping on volume controls
  • 3-way selector switch

Vintage 1965 Epi Olympic

1965 Epiphone Olympic- It was a very good year in Kalamazoo Michigan. All original and  in very good condition for being Vintage. Epiphone's answer to the Melody Maker and at the same place. It has the bat wing headstock and that great capitol E. You will see that headstock on the Coronet, Wilshire, and Crestwood Series. A rare bird to find in deed. $1,295.00

Epiphone Les Paul 2007 Standard Honey Burst. Lp in very good condition, with no issues, and all original. Back shows no worning or wear. Beautiful color to body face, all set up, and priced right. $379.99

Epiphone Wilshire Limited Edition Wilshire- This Wilshire is no longer being sold as a new guitar anywhere. Not the nice block inlays and white gloss finish. This was reissued to meet the demand of buyers looking for that Epiphone Vintage look, sound, and price that's just right. We have one in stock so grab it while you can. $399.99

Original Wilshire guitars command high prices in today's collectors markets. Epiphone has worked to bring it back in an affordable package without sacrificing quality. This limited edition Epiphone Wilshire is perfect for anyone who wants to stand out or already has an SG and LP. Mahogany set neck construction, alnico humbucking pickups and classic white finish are just a few of the outstanding specs. The Epiphone Wilshire guitar also features a rosewood fretboard, chrome hardware, and a cool, batwing-shaped headstock.


Body type: Solid
Body wood: Mahogany
Scale length: 24-3/4"
Neck Joint: Set
Neck wood: Mahogany
Fretboard: Rosewood
Neck shape: "D" Shape
Frets: 22 medium jumbo
Nut width: 1-12/16"
Fretboard radius: 12"
Bridge: Chrome ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic
Bridge pickup: Alnico humbucker
Neck pickup: Alnico humbucker
Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way pickup selector switch
Tuners: Die-cast
Hardware color: Chrome









Epiphone SG Special- Black Epiphone SG Special. Fantastic guitar for the beginner, second Axe, and priced right too. $199.99




S-310 Epiphone- Strat Style Body made by Gibson in the 90's. Truss rod cover states Gibson. All original condition with no issues. One scratch on top of body that's not very negotiable. $199.99












Epiphone Les Paul- Nice Goldtop 1995 Les Paul in mint condition. She's a real looker and play nice too. Comes with Hardshell Case. Sorry Sold





Epiphone Wilshire- Several year old Epip in excellent condition. A real nice player, no wear, with that Classic Look. SOLD, but we still have a white one like this.

Epiphone G-1247 SG 12/6 Double Neck- Here's a 2004 like NEW CONDITION Epi Doubles Neck. No play time, All Original, in Epiphone Original Case. Not one nick or issue. Made famous by Jimi Page, this guitar screams lets rock. SOLD



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