Robb Flynn, founder of Machine Head, is a heavy metal guitar virtuoso that knows the role of guitars in heavy metal music. Epiphone is aware of this and together they co-designed the new Epiphone Robb Flynn Love/Death Baritone Flying-V.
It is a first of its kind guitar for both Epiphone and Gibson. It is unique because of its 27.0″ baritone scale which Robb specifically preferred. This produces the same unique sound that Robb Flynn has introduced to metal and hard rock. Read more
Enter for your chance to win two guitars; a Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Goldtop and Dave Navarro acoustic/electric guitar, both from Epiphone. Read more
Enter to win an Epiphone Wilshire Phant-O-Matic electric guitar signed by My Chemical Romance! Whether you’re chunking rhythm or cutting leads, any fan of the Fabulous Killjoys will dig this keepsake axe that’s equipped with all the vintage styling that has made Wilshire models a favorite of countless rock icons. Just fill out the entry form at Musician’s Friend anytime through October 31, 2011. Approximate Retail Value Read more
Here’s how fresh the 2011 Epiphone ES-355 is at this point in time and space: I walked into two different music stores, one a giant corporate retailer and the other a small local shop (albeit one that specializes in Epis), and neither one of them even knew it existed much less had one in stock. Read more
Guitarist/vocalist Robb Flynn of San Francisco Bay Area metallers MACHINE HEAD recently signed a multi-year deal with Gibson/Epiphone that will see Epiphone launching an exclusive Robb Flynn Signature series, baritone-scale Flying-V guitar.
Flynn and MACHINE HEAD drummer Dave McClain are both at this year’s NAMM show at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. You’ll find Dave signing at the Yamaha booth on Saturday, January 15 at 11:15 a.m, and Robb signing at the Epiphone booth on Friday, January 14 at 3:00 p.m.
Here’s the first video revealing Robb Flynn’s Baritone Flying V guitar Read more
NAMM 2011 — Like its parent company Gibson, Epiphone is known for several classic designs, guitars that established themselves as iconic in the 1950s and ’60s. Read more
If you are just learning to play guitar and want to have a professional quality amp and guitar, then you should definitely consider the Epiphone Flying VeeWee Bullseye Zakk Pakk. This set includes an electric guitar, an amplifier, a gig case, the cords needed for connecting the amp and guitar, and three guitar picks from the Zakk Wylde signature line. Read more
Epiphone Guitars announces the release of the Limited Edition 50th Anniversary 1960 Les Paul Standard guitar. Because the revered Holy Grail era Les Pauls have so many variations, Epiphone’s Limited Edition 50th Anniversary 1960 Les Paul Standard comes in two distinct variations. Read more
The Epiphone EJ-200CE Acoustic-Electric guitar is a classic that has been around for generations. This guitar has the melodious sound of an acoustic that is paired with the power of an electric guitar, so you have the best of both worlds in your hands. Perfect for a live gig, the electric-acoustic guitar can give you a sound that reaches even the largest audience, without sacrificing the sound that fits your style best. Read more
The Les Paul boasts one of the most timeless designs ever, but these days, a vintage Paul costs as much as a new BMW or a top-of-the-line Bentley. Fortunately, Epiphone makes a wide variety of genuine Les Paul models that are priced well below the monthly payment on a luxury automobile. Read more