Epiphone Starling Hot Pink Pearl


Steel-String Guitar

  • Type: Square Shoulder Dreadnought
  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and sides: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard and bridge: Indian Laurel
  • Single-ply black top and back binding
  • Neck profile: C
  • Scale: 628 mm (24.724")
  • Nut width: 43mm (1.963")
  • Nubone nut
  • 20 Frets
  • Nickel Epiphone Premium diecast machine heads
  • Colour: Hot Pink Pearl
available since February 2021
Item number 510898
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Top Spruce
Back and Sides Mahogany
Cutaway No
Fretboard indian Laurel
Nut width in mm 43,00 mm
Frets 20
Pickups No
Colour Pink
Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
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Kevin L 07.05.2021
I bought this guitar as a 'traveler' or balcony guitar. I didn't want my high cost guitars banged around outside or in the car. It cost 149 Euros but I have had Cort and Yamaha guitars which are better sounding for about 15 Euros less. Anyway, the guitar is very pretty and is well painted. There is some missing paint by the soundhole, but like I said, it's an inexpensive guitar. I was tricked into believing the truss rod was adjustable on the headstock, but that is a fake cover with no hole under it. Adjustment is in the soundhole. Tuners are nice and have been staying in tune. The sound is clean and rich for a smaller guitar. There is no binding but the edges seem smooth. Frets are good and the build quality decent. It does feel a bit 'cheap', but the sound is great. Once I wear out the factory strings, I'll go with some 11s and see how it sounds. Overall, I think it is a great beginner's guitar and even good for an advanced player who wants a busking guitar. I gave three stars on the quality due to the paint and fake cap for the rod. I think it will be a great guitar for my purposes.
Did I say it's PINK, so Epink it is. Happy playing. I don't think you would be disappointed if you buy this guitar. Playability is great for my medium sized hands. Action is ok and can be tweaked to your wishes. OK, strum on. Stay safe and well.
UPDATE** I had no use at the time for the included Gigbag, but today took it out because I'm going to take the guitar down to the lake and play a little. In the gigbag pocket, I found a guitar strap, picks, and a tuner. Nice little surprise. Not sure if I overlooked this in the description, but it was a definite treat.