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A Rock Icon Gets Scaled Up,
and Trimmed Down
Introducing the Explorer GT
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Explorer GT
When it was first unveiled in 1958 as part of the Modernist series, the Explorer was the most radical electric guitar the world had ever seen. At the time, it was way ahead of the game, and just too extreme for most players to handle. Come the heavy rock of the ’60s and metal of the ’70s, however, and the revitalized Explorer proved itself the most popular design on the market. Now Epiphone brings you a hot, new twist on this iconic model in the form of the Explorer GT. Featuring a slightly smaller and lighter-weight mahogany body (scaled down by about 85%), this new GT is the most comfortable Explorer yet, but its sound remains huge and totally in-your-face, thanks to a slightly longer 25.5” scale length that yields the fullest, firmest lows you’ve ever heard from an Explorer, and two supercharged U.S.A.-designed pickups that translate it all like never before.
 
Pricing & Finish
  • Worn Black
    $332msrp
Product Features
  • SlimTaper™ Neck Profile
  • Locktone™ Tune-o-matic Bridge/Stopbar
  • High-Out ceramic U.S.A Designed 650R™ and 700T™ Humbuckers
  • Patent-Applied-For Master Tone Control with Kill Switch
  • Thin 'Worn Black' Finish
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