Now, the Epiphone Dot, named in reference to its simple "Dot" fingerboard inlays, brings the sustain and resonance of the clsssic semi-hollow design for a bounty less than most solid body guitars.The “Dot” is the same axe that has been the bell weather of every rock and roll breakthrough.Extremely rare, thin bodied, electric acoustic guitar, with tremolo arm, made to order by Peavey - excellent condition fitted case also by Peavey.Metallic Cobalt blue, Fishman piezo pickup in saddle, 3-band EQ, plus volume. As both instruments share the same scale length (24.75″), fingerboard radius (12″) and nut width (1.68″) and slim-taper D profile neck, they do feel remarkably similar when you play them, the biggest effect on your playing style will probably due to your comfort, and differences in playing posture when standing or sitting with your guitar.
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