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Highest Rated Consumer Review by the Community
Aug 13, 2002 by sparkospunky in Musical Instruments
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Sort of looks like a Telecaster
Cons: Cheap materials, poor workmanship, sorry imitation of a Telecaster
Summary: The Epiphone T-310 is Epiphone's attempt at copying my favorite Fender guitar, the venerable Telecaster. Most other Epiphone guitars are modeled after a corresponding Gibson design--of all the Epiphone six-string electric guitars, this is the only ... read more
Express Customer Reviews
Oct 12, 2012 by davc1504
Not rated yet
Pros: exellant sound!
Cons: way too heavy.
Summary: I bought my epiphone in 1997. what an awesome sound it has for rock AND country. I bought this because of the looks and sound when i tried it out. the only thing i dont like is how HEAVY it is. after a whole night of playing,my shoulders were sore BUT ... read more
May 25, 2011 by astrozon
Not rated yet
Pros: Fast neck, hot bridge pickup. Great for Recording.
Cons: Heavy! Funky hockey stick headstock (older version) just looks wrong on a Tele body.
Summary: The Epiphone T-310 is basically a Telecaster clone. With its heavy laminate body (plywood / resin) super flat fretboard, and budget electronics, you'd think it would be a complete wreck. However, it's anything but. ... read more
Mar 29, 2009 by auraigroup
Not rated yet
Pros: Nice woods, beautiful maple neck, nice fret work, alder body, good tonal variety.
Cons: stock pickups are worth replacing
Summary: wow...don't know why 'sparky' gave this guitar such a poor review-this is a nice working man's guitar. I picked mine up 2nd hand in a pawnshop because the tele body on an epiphone neck had me intrigued. The body is a nice piece of wood (its ... read more
Nov 5, 2006 by deltaking
Pros: Excellent guitar for the price you can get one for.
Cons: none for me
Summary: I received this guitar for my 13th birthday and I am going on 28 now. It has seen the bowels of hell and has withstood the test of time ,she still plays like a dream. I have never changed the pickups although I have redone the wiring in it to reduce some ... read more
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