Choice. It's a vital asset to have in any instrument. And it's something that the DC Pro provides in abundance. Because Epiphone have loaded it with a pair of sensationally powerful ProBucker pickups. They'll give you the raw, instantly recognisable sound of a set of '50s P.A.F. humbuckers, with the thick tone that's been a staple in rock 'n' roll for decades.
But choice isn't about just providing one tone. So alongside that iconic vintage sound, you get a range of tone shaping options that'll let you play any genre or in any style you like. 3-way pickup switching means you can find the right voice for your guitar. Each humbucker is coil-split - this lets you shut off one of the two coils in the pickup, effectively allowing you to play with single-coil tone. And a specially-designed treble bleed circuit allows you to play with maximum clarity, even when you have to turn the volume down low. You've not experienced variety like this in a guitar before.
You can tell Epiphone have put immense effort into making the DC Pro. Because when you've got one in your hands, you'll realise you've never enjoyed a playing experience so natural. Each and every feature has been optimised for maximum comfort and usability. It all starts with the neck profile. A "C" shape is designed to fit perfectly to the contours of your hand - so straining to reach notes or suffering from cramp due to your hand being in an unnatural position will both become things of the past.
There's loads more. Mahogany and pau ferro used for the neck and fingerboard respectively are both supremely sleek woods, meaning your hand will smoothly glide from note to note without friction. There'll be no trouble reaching the strings - a contoured back makes it easier to access them. And no note will be off limits. That's because a double cutaway body allows you to play all the way to the top of the scale without getting in your way. For complete playability in every department, look no further.
You might not think about tuning too much. But there's an awful lot that goes into making sure a guitar stays in-tune for as long as possible. Because, after all, tuning is vital. It doesn't matter if you're Jimi Hendrix - if your guitar falls out of tune, you're gonna sound rubbish. So Epiphone have focused on ensuring that the DC Pro maintains its tuning. A GraphTech nut keeps your strings rigidly in place, while Grover tuners lock them in-tune for longer. It'll never compromise your sound.