The EJ-200CE, Epiphone's modern version of the "Super Jumbo" or King of the Flat-tops, is one of the most distinctive--and most beautiful--acoustic guitars in the history of popular music. But don't just take our word for it. The "J-200" is known worldwide for its distinctive hourglass shape and strong midrange tone that has powered every major trend in rock, pop, country, and folk since it was first introduced in 1938.
Today, the Epiphone EJ-200CE is the direct descendant of the singular acoustic guitar whose look and sound has been treasured for generations over all genres. King of the Cowboys Gene Autry, honky tonk queen Emmylou Harris (who now owns Gram Parsons' J-200), the Everly Brothers, The Who's Pete Townshend (who composed The Who's Tommy on his J-200), Reverend Gary Davis, Elvis Presley, Paul Weller, Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, and George Harrison have all recorded, performed, and posed with their Super Jumbos.
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