Get a FREE gigbag when you purchase an Epiphone SG this January!
NEWS Published on 04 January 2017
Epiphone kicks off 2017 in style by offering fans a FREE gigbag with the purchase of any select Epiphone SG!
In 1961, the “Les Paul” solid body guitar was redesigned as a lightweight, double-cutaway design that soon became known as the "SG". The SG went on to become the ultimate rock guitar and a favorite of Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath, The Who, AC/DC, many more. Here are a few of the select classic Epiphone “SG” models eligible for a FREE gigbag during January 2017.
The SG Special is a great way to get the classic SG sound at a price anyone can afford. Featuring a Mahogany body, LockTone™ Tune-o-Matic bridge, KillPot™ switch, and Epiphone humbuckers. Available in a Cherry and Ebony colour finish. Click to Shop
The G-310 is based on the classic 1967 Gibson SG and features a beautiful Ebony color finish, a LockTone™ Tune-o-Matic bridge, and Epiphone Humbuckers. Click to Shop
The G-400 is the Epiphone edition of the legendary 1962 SG and has incredible sustain. With Grover® machine heads, Alnico Classic™ humbuckers, and a LockTone™ Tune-o-Matic bridge. Available in two beautiful finishes, Worn Cherry and Worn Brown, along with an ‘aged’ fingerboard. Click to Shop
Epiphone honours the historic SG, one of the most original designs in rock, with the G-400 PRO featuring Alnico Classic PRO™ pickups with push/pull coil-splitting and Wilkinson™ machine heads. Cherry and Ebony colour finishes. Click to Shop
- Click here to register your new guitar.
- Print the last page of the registration form.
- Mail along with your sales receipt within 15 days of purchase to:
Epiphone - January 2017 Free Epiphone SG Gigbag Offer
Attn: Gibson Europe BV Customer Service
Kamerlingh Onnesweg 2
Vianen, 4131 PK Netherlands
Not applicable with any other Epiphone offer. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Any taxes are your sole responsibility. This offer may not be sold or traded. Limit one offer per individual. Certain restrictions may apply. Read the Terms and Conditions here.
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