Epiphone PR-150

Epiphone PR-150 Acoustic Guitar Review

Have you been considering the Epiphone PR-150 but not sure if it is right for you? Keep reading!

Epiphone PR-150 Features

The Epiphone PR-150 Acoustic Guitar comes with a solid Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge. The mahogany neck is set in the traditional way at 20 frets with dot markers on the fret board that are easy to read. It has an all-around projection that can be heard by any audience without amplification.


The neck is a nice slim profile which makes it easy to handle and play. For something needing heavy strings but easy to play, this neck is excellent. I also love the color of the Ebony fingerboard, very classy looking and elegant.

How Big Is An Epiphone PR-150 Acoustic Guitar

The measurements of this guitar is 43 x 19.25 x 5.6 inches


The Epiphone PR-150 is a very comfortable guitar to play. The slim neck profile means it’s not so much of a stretch when playing, making it an ideal choice for anyone looking for a quality acoustic guitar at an affordable price. The action on this guitar is nice and low, letting the player slide around the strings with ease. Even after several months of daily practice, I still can get great sounds out of this guitar without having to really fight with it. I have a feeling a lot of this has to do with the traditional neck joint which means it’s very easy to play and makes the guitar very playable.

Playability is also helped by the no-hassle setup, which means that everything is set up or ready to go out of the box. There were no concerns about tension or whether or not I had buzzed strings when it came time to play. The strings were already there, ready to go.

Sound Quality

The sound of this guitar is superb. It has a bright tone that can cover a wide range from thick low end sounds to bright high-end tones with great articulation. It’s even got a rich warm tone in the middle for acoustic jazz instruments. There is a fullness to this guitar’s sound that makes it ideal for performances.  Just like a lot of the other top Epiphone acoustic guitars.

The sound is also really great for fingerstyle playing, which with the ease of playability, makes it an addition to anyone wanting to learn finger style. It can be played with ease and sounds great without too much effort with the little finger picking technique.

Value For The Money

When all’s said and done, the Epiphone PR-150 is a great guitar for a decent price. It doesn’t skimp on any of the features that you would expect from a nice acoustic guitar at this price point. The mahogany back and sides give it a nice warm tone, the rosewood fingerboard lets it be versatile in how it’s played, and the mahogany neck makes it easy to play because it’s not so hard to reach the strings.


  • Easy to play
  • Great sound quality
  • Warm tone that’s bright but not too bright
  • Budget friendly


  • None at all, I felt like this was a great guitar for the money.

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Who Is The Epiphone PR-150 Good For?

The Epiphone PR-150 is a great acoustic guitar for any player who’s looking for a quality instrument at a very reasonable price. It does not skimp on any of the essentials for an acoustic guitar. The sound is bright and bright with great articulation, and it has a warm tone that can give you jazz or rock tones depending on what sort of music you play.


The Epiphone PR-150 is a great budget guitar for any beginner who is looking for a quality instrument at a reasonable price. It isn’t perfect, but it’s hard to find anything wrong with it. It has a great sound, easy of playability, and is very affordable.

In my opinion, I think this guitar would be ideal for anyone looking to improve their fingerstyle skills. It makes learning to play the guitar an enjoyable experience that doesn’t require a lot of effort or struggle at all.