• Epiphone Pro (1989)
    Epiphone Pro (1989) made in USA super-strat


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Dates of manufacture: 

1989 to 1994

The Epiphone PRO was an early 1990s super-strat made in Nashville Tennessee by Gibson. In 1995 production of the Pro models switched to Korea, with the Samick made Pro-1 and Pro-2 models. By 1998 all these Epiphone Pro super-strats had been discontinued.

Specifications (22)


Pickup selector controls3-way selector switch
Tone controls1 tone control
Volume controls1 volume control


Pickups brand and modelGibson L-8 pickup(s), Gibson SC-2 pickup(s)
Pickups configuration1 single coil and 1 humbucker pickup


Finish colorsblack finish, blue finish, pink finish, red finish, white finish, yellow finish
Finish effectssunburst finish
Made inUSA
Number of strings6 strings
Scale length25.5 inches scale-length


Body materialpoplar body
Body shape featurescarved top, double cutaway
Body styleStratocaster style


BridgeFloyd Rose licensed tremolo
Hardware colorblack hardware


Fingerboard materialebony fingerboard
Fingerboard position markersoffset dot fingerboard position markers


Neck jointbolt on neck
Neck materialmaple neck
Number of frets24 fret
Peghead (headstock)hockey stick headstock
Tuner layoutsix-in-a-row tuners

Prices (4)

2013$150excellentI got it at a pawn shop and it's an obl pro 2 series

Reviews (4)

EPIPHONE PRO (USA) reviewed by S.K.

Average: 5 (1 vote)
Awesome 80's shredder made of quality woods, with fast and thin neck made for fast soloing. It is basically a bolt-on sister of the Gibson U-2 model, also made in USA with similar parts and materials - real bang for the buck.

EPIPHONE PRO (USA) reviewed by Don

Average: 5 (1 vote)
I bought one at a Corrosion of Conformity concert in Memphis, TN in 1997. They held an auction with all proceeds going to the children's hospital so they could have Christmas. Mine is pearl white. Came with OBL blade pickups, and steinberger trem. I put a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails in the neck, and a Kent armstrong Motherbucker in the bridge. The bridge can be locked or floating. It has a push/pull coil tap for the bridge pickup. It retailed for $799.00. I picked it up for $200.00. Its been my goto axe for 21 years. Oh yeah, its autographed by Sevendust too.

EPIPHONE PRO (USA) reviewed by Joe guzzomi

Average: 5 (1 vote)
This is the best guitar ever a real machine in every way

EPIPHONE PRO (USA) reviewed by Elio Pardave

Average: 5 (1 vote)
I found one of these at a pawnshop it was dusty and with rusty strings but look promising , Up close the thing had a schaller Floyd Rose just that alone was way worth the asking price i don't think they knew what they had , Long story short this guitar is amazing ebony fretboard , ash body a thin finish , Grover tuners and nice pickups don't know the brand i'd imagine Gibson and It sounds and feels great not letting it go anytime soon

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The pickups were made by Bill Lawrence, same as the ones used in Gibson U-2 models.