Epiphone FT-100 Acoustic Guitar (EAFTVSCH3) - Vintage Sunburst - Only at Best Buy
- Right-handed acoustic guitar is suitable for all levels of performance from beginner to expert
- Full-sized dreadnought hollow body produces a rich sound
- Crafted with a beautiful single-layer binding spruce top and mahogany back with a torrefied composite fingerboard
- Features a compensated saddle for the perfect intonation
- Built with a set neck and 25.5" scale length
- 3.17kg for lightweight convenience and comfort
- Stunning Vintage Sunburst design lends a retro feel
- Pick guard is topped with classic metal "E" logo
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Of the 4 reviewers who responded, 3 would recommend this product.
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- Horrible shipping time- December 3, 2020
How a large retailer such as Best buy decides to uses Canada Post of all delivery services is beyond me. They are the worst. I don't think I have ever received a single parcel on time from them ever! The guitar is shipping from Brampton warehouse all the way to Mississauga then is supposed to come all the way back to me in Brampton. That's ridiculous since it shipped last Wednesday as well. Had an actual courier company been used I would have had it by at least Tuesday. This will be the last time I order anything from Best Buy. I'll stick to ordering off of Amazon.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Great value.- November 23, 2020
Guitar sounds good. Took me some time to tune it. But when tune up was done it sounds great. After a year lower bridge is slowly detaching and will probably replace the whole guitar since I bought the warranty and the bridge is glued. Again for $100 and something this is a great purchase.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Give it a chance- January 1, 2020
Bought this online over the holidays (Dec 25) for my son. It arrived yesterday (Dec 30), which was very quick. We unpacked it and began to tune the strings which were loose. The very first string (high E, the thinnest) snapped at the bridge. Tried to repair it, but there wasn't enough slack. Went to Best Buy today to explain the situation, and they said we could return it for a full refund or exchange. (They could not repair onsite, or provide spare parts.) The guitar otherwise was in excellent condition so we decided to keep it given the defect was so small. Went to Long & McQuade to get the replacement string and so far so good. The guitar is fine now, and all the other "original" strings are holding. (Given how inexpensive they are, the manufacturer should have included spares.) We will see how it goes over the next few weeks. We are hoping it will last. Time will tell. Not being a guitar expert, the price point (purchased on sale) seems reasonable, especially for a beginner. My son is a young teen and is having a lot of fun with this new instrument. The recommendation for this make and model came from his music teacher, and the sound quality is pretty good.
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