I've always wondered how to pronounce "epiphone" because I've heard both epi-phone and ep-i-fuh-nee, and I prefer to use ep-i-fuh-nee because I like the way it sounds better. I've also come to the conclusion that there really is no right or wrong way to pronounce the name, so as seen in the poll question, how do you pronounce epiphone? If you choose other, specify in a post because I'm interested in how you guys say epiphone. And I'm sorry if this post comes up a lot, I searched and I couldn't find any posts (though I am lazy when it comes to searching). Oh yeah---I found this from an article I was reading, pretty interesting in regards to the pronunciation: "As far as Epiphone goes, I always think the Epi-fohn pronunciation is indicative of the typical guitarist's world view: literal, face-value, un-figurative. And of course my "Epiphany" pronunciation is indicative of my hoity toity namby pamby poetic and slightly paranoid view of the world. But think of this. The word "Epiphany" comes from the Greek epiphaneia (manifestation) or epiphainesthai, to appear. And the Epiphone Musical Instrument Company, as it happens, was founded by one Epimanondas Stathopoulo, whose surname is the Ellis Island version of Stathopoulos (yes, Mr Yankee Immigration Functionary, removing that "s" from the end of the name made it so much more American and intelligible). So, a Greek company, founded by a guy whose name was shortened to Epi, whose company name Epiphone could conceivably be pronounced to rhyme with the Greek-origin word Epiphany... what price now that my pronunciation is correct, and the rest of you are ignorant redneck shitkicking hicks? Huh?" Pretty cool!