Epiphone Dove Pro Acoustic-Electric Guitar

(Vintage Burst)  Sku #H93734000001000

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A vintage classic with modern electronics in the Fishman Sonitone and Sonicore System.

The classic Dove-style acoustic first introduced at the legendary Gibson and Epiphone factory in Kalamazoo in 1962 became one of the first acoustic guitars to become a recognized rock-and-roll icon. Now, both beginners and professionals can enjoy the classic sound of The Dove plugged in with the Fishman Sonitone soundhole preamp and Fishman Sonicore pickup system, designed and built with the integrity you expect from Epiphone.

Unplugged, the Epiphone Dove PRO can easily drive an acoustic band. But plugged in, The Dove PRO can hold its own with drums and electric guitars. Case sold separately.

  • Full-size dreadnought body
  • Solid spruce top
  • Select maple back & sides
  • Hard maple neck with SlimTaper "D" profile
  • Rosewood fingerboard and pearloid parallelograms
  • Fishman Sonitone soundhole preamp with Master Volume, Master Tone
  • Case sold separately

This is an amazing guitar with a price to match. Order today.


Dove Pro Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Top: solid spruce
    Body: select maple
    Neck: hard maple
    Neck joint: glued-in, dovetail
    Neck Profile: SlimTaper "D" profile
    Fingerboard: rosewood
    Fingerboard Inlay: pearloid parallelograms
    Fingerboard Radius: 12"
    -fingerboard, 1-ply white
    -body top, 5-ply white/black
    -body back: 1-ply white
    Scale: 25.5"
    Saddle: compensated, imitation bone
    Truss Rod: adjustable
    Bridge: rosewood with "Dove"-shaped pearloid inlay
    Pickguard: imitation tortoise with traditional "Dove" artwork
    Nut: 1.68"
    Frets: 20, medium
    Hardware: nickel
    Endpin: 1/4"
    Strings: D'Addario Phosphor (12-53)
    Power: 9-volt battery
    Pickup: Fishman Sonicore (under saddle)
    Preamp: Fishman Sonitone soundhole preamp
    -Master Volume
    -Master Tone
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