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1937 Epiphone Deluxe

$4,995
In 1935, Epiphone debuted its redesigned professional series guitars with upsized bodies, larger f-holes, and a new streamlined script logo and inlay designs. Regarded by many as the pinnacle of Epiphone design, these transitional models were produced only until 1938, making instruments of this vintage some of the scarcest examples of Epiphone's Golden Era. Originally christened the Super...
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~1932 Epiphone Deluxe

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c 1931, sunburst, refinished long ago, assymetrical peghead, rope binding, 'Epiphone Masterbilt' engraved in gold tailpiece, white pickguard is a replacement, original tuners, original brown case, gig ready®, very rare
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1935 Gibson Super 400

$12,000
Retrofret Stock # 4760. Gibson Super 400 Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1935), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 92094, sunburst lacquer finish, flame maple body and neck, spruce top, ebony fingerboard, brown tolex hard shell case. This is a very early and beautiful example of Gibson's pride and joy of the swing era-the Super 400. This was the biggest, fanciest guitar on the market in...
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1948 Epiphone Triumph

$2,795
The Epiphone Triumph was introduced in 1932, becoming Epi's most popular pro-sized guitar until the company closed in the 50's. Designed in the height of the big-band era, the Triumph has always been a favorite for players wanting maximum bang for the buck. Built with the same materials, scale length, and body design as the upscale Deluxe and Broadway models, the Triumph delivers all the sound...
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1934 Epiphone Triumph

$2,795
We're pleased to present another distinguished instrument from the personal collection of LB Fred, co-author of the definitive Epiphone book: The House of Stathopoulo. A full frontal shot of this squeaky-clean example of a 16" prewar Triumph is featured in the color plates on page C-21. (Originally identified as a '35, this guitar's serial number has been recently more accurately re-dated to...
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