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1961 Epiphone CENTURY E422T

$1,500.00
EC- with a few nicks on top edge of peghead, double bound 16'' body, sunburst finish on maple top, f-holes, walnut stained gloss finish on maple back and sides, mahogany neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets, 1 P-90 pickup with cream plastic cover, volume and tone controls, trapeze tailpiece, adjustable rosewood bridge, large tortoise plastic pickguard, metal headstock badge,...
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1961 Epiphone Century

$999.00
The Epiphone Century ES25T is a 6V6-powered 14 watt combo with two channels, tremolo, and a single 15” Jensen ceramic speaker. The amp sounds a lot like Gibson’s famous GA-20T, but with the bottom end presence and openness only possible from a 15” speaker. This one is in excellent condition and has been professionally serviced. It plays strongly and cleanly, and sounds tremendous.
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1961 Epiphone Century (#EPE0266)

$1,995.00
1961 Epiphone Century, Sunburst, Flat & wide neck profile, 1 &/11/16’th inches wide at the nut, Original P-90 pickup with Crème’ cover, Low action, VG+, OSSC, $1,995
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~1950 Epiphone Century

$1,495.00
Vintage circa 1950 Epiphone Century Archtop Electric. New York pickup sounds fantastic. Playability is excellent. Considerable wear, but plays and sounds great. Only $1495...great deal.
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1963 Epiphone Century - #201108

$1,995.00
General Description: Manufactured from 1939 to 1970. Thinline archtop, non-cut, 1 pickup, trapeze tailpiece, walnut finish, sunburst finish available in 1958. Royal Burgundy available in 1961 and only sunburst finish available by 1968.
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1955 Epiphone Century

$1,750.00
1955 Epiphone Century (blonde) Our Price: $1,750 Stock# 44085 - Serial # 68840 The only time any of us had seen a blond version of this guitar previously was in photos of B.B King taken early in his career (check out the ultra-cool LP cover -not included as it resides in my personal collection-as seen in the pics). The blonde finish is gorgeous, and is very similar to the TV Yellow...
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1953 Epiphone Century - #2009229 (#200965)

$1,995.00
Serial Number: 65430 General Description: Manufactured from 1939 to 1970. Thinline archtop, non-cut, 1 pickup, trapeze tailpiece, walnut finish, sunburst finish available in 1958. Royal Burgundy available in 1961 and only sunburst finish available by 1968.
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1957 Epiphone Pickup New York model 1949-1961

$225.00
Original Vintage Epiphone New York pickup. All original but has new leads, with a ground wire and works fine. It's a neck pickup for a Century or other Epiphone Electrics 1949 to 1961.
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1964 Epiphone Emperor E-112TN

$9,495.00
Was there ever a guitar with more superlatives? With its massive 18 1/2" body, the E-112T Emperor was by far the largest thinline guitar ever in regular production. It's also the only triple pickup thinline built by Gibson or Epiphone, and by miles the most expensive. And the numbers don't lie: the E-112T Emperor is undoubtedly the rarest production thinline ever made. In 1959, just two years...
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1937 Wilkanowski -

$18,000.00
Retrofret Stock # 5279. Wilkanowski Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1937), made in Brooklyn, NY, shaded varnish finish, Lombardy poplar back and sides; spruce top, gig bag case. This is one of the most interesting and unusual American guitars ever created, and a true (if eccentric) classic of the arch-top era. Willi Wilkanowski was a well-known successful Brooklyn violin builder who beginning around...
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1932 Martin c-1

$2,995.00
Serial # 51099. The C1 was the least expensive of the 15” C series archtops built by Martin Guitars between 1931 and the onset of WWII. Featuring mahogany back and sides, black celluloid binding, rosewood fingerboard and bridge and simple dot markers in the fretboard, the C1 was mostly analogous to the company’s popular style 18 flattops. The guitar’s pearl inlaid C.F. Martin vertical headstock...
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1961 Epiphone Caballero

$1,450.00
This Epiphone Caballero was made by Gibson in the USA in 1961. This is a very nice early Gibson made Epiphone. There is a repaired center seam crack but otherwise its in nice shape. It is all original. Great bluesy tone. Call with any questions.
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1963 Epiphone FT-45 Cortez

$2,400.00
When Gibson purchased Epiphone in 1957 there was already a line of great flat-top guitars in place. The folks at Gibson integrated the two lines to feature the same structural makeup with different cosmetics for each brand. The FT-45 became the FT-45 Cortez which was based off of Gibson’s LG-2 model. Like the LG-2, the Cortez featured an X braced Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides and a 24...
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~1975 Epiphone ET-270

$789.00

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(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
1970s Epiphone ET-270 solid body electric guitar in a really cool REDBURST FINISH - all original and in excellent condition - MADE IN JAPAN - will ship with a gigbag. This Epi model has been made quite famous by Kurt Cobain, who played this model during his career. Great Japanese build quality, and some really good pickups make this ET a great choice for those who like guitars that are a bit...
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~1950 Epiphone Zephyr Spanish E321

$1,495.00
What a wonderful tone! This ca 1950 Epiphone Zephyr Spanish (model E321) non-cutaway archtop hollowbody electric has a huge body and tone to match. It is 17 1/2" wide at the lower bout and 3 3/8" deep and weighs 7.2 pounds. It has a five digit serial number, 25671, impressed in the wood on the back of the headstock. It has a spruce top with a light birds eye maple back and sides. The natural...
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1964 Gibson Epiphone FT-79N Texan

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***SOLD*** Aaah, the Epiphone FT-79N Texan model flat top acoustic guitar, made in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1964. Serial number 229409, what a musical instrument! Sure Paul McCartney knew what he was doing when he bought his just down the street from the Ed Sullivan Theater the week of The Beatles first shows in the US. But oh, there is so much more to these iconic guitars. This example...
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