Excellent condition featuring double cutaway mahogany body, small multi-ply black pickguard, two exposed coil Seymour Duncan SH1B and SH1N humbucking pickups, one volume and two tone controls with reflector top knobs, three-way pickup selector switch, stop tailpiece, wired ABR style fully adjustable tune-o-matic bridge, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard with pearloid trapezoid inlays starting at the third fret, black headstock overlay with pearloid Epiphone and crown logo inlays, multi-ply bell shaped truss rod cover with SG print, three per side Gotoh tuning machines with metal keystone shaped buttons, black plastic control cavity cover plate, two metal strap buttons, faded brown finish, and hard shell case. The serial number on the back of the headstock is missing the last three digits.
This is an excellent playing Epiphone SG G-400 with a cool brown finish. This guitar is set up well and plays comfortably. The Seymour Duncan pickups are a major upgrade for this guitar and sound absolutely terrific. The tuning machines are also an upgrade and the guitar stays in tune perfectly. The holes from the original tuners remain visible. This is a very solid and gig-worthy instrument with appointments taken from the 1961-64 Gibson SG. This guitar has been played and has some wear here and there, but is overall in excellent condition.