@tanker8754 I don't think one equates to the other but the Epic line should probably show up before Black Friday at the latest... at least that's my thought. The Star line isn't a replacement, but a supplement to the Epic line.
@PC98 Right you are, as Golf Digest just came out with an on-line article about the Epic Star Line, aiming for the market looking for a lighter club for slower swing speeds.
Per the Golf Digest article, "The GBB Epic Star driver (10.5, 12 degrees; $700), fairway woods (15, 18, 21 degrees; $400 per club), hybrids (18, 20, 23 degrees; $300 per club) and irons (4-iron through sand wedge; $300 per club) will be available September 29."
A pretty steep price to pay for clubs that won't be adjustable as the Epic line is, but does have the jail break technology.
Here's a link to the GD article:
The price? Well, the driver does have a $450-500 aftermarket shaft in it. I've played it. Nice, stable, smooth shaft with a stable kick, and mid torque at 4.7 or so for such a liteweight at 43g.
I think the fairway shaft is a made for this purpose shaft as it is not on the Mitsubishi Website. It's a bit heavier at 49 g probably for more stability at impact. Although, I did play the 43g Grand Bassara in my XR16 fairway and if you have launch issues, this is the shaft for you. Such a beautiful flight with a 14-17 lofted fairway, if that fairway head fits you.
The sweetspot market for this club is probably the the 70-90 swingspeed guys who like to play and not practice on the range - IOW, the 55+ type of golfer who spend their discretionary income on golf clubs and want a club that is easy to swing and launch.