1968 Epiphone Embassy Bass (#EPE0268)

1968 Epiphone Embassy Deluxe Bass, Cherry red, Hard to find Two pickup version, Both covers, Hang tag, One owner, Stunning example! EC+, OHSC, $5,995
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1953 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe Regent

Honestly, is there anything prettier than an old blonde Deluxe? Introduced in 1948, the Zephyr Deluxe Regent was Epiphone's electric cutaway version of their legendary Deluxe model archtop. Epi's top-of-the line 17" instrument, the Zephyr Deluxe Regent was the equivalent in price and prestige to its main competitor, the Gibson L-5CES. Featuring a deeper cutaway than its Gibson rival, the...
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1935 Gibson Super 400

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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1968 Epiphone E-230TD CASINO

EC-, hard to find sparkling burgundy finish, double bound all maple body, f holes, mahogany neck joins body at 19th fret, bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard, parallelogram inlays, 22 frets, 2 P90 pickups (chrome covers), large w-b-w pickguard with emblem, frequensator tailpiece, ABR-1 tune-o-matic bridge, headstock overlay features logo inlay, Kluson Deluxe tuners, a great guitar, 1-9/16'' nut,...
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~1958 Epiphone Coronet

The Coronet has become a very desirable iconic piece of early electric guitar evolution. This instrument is one of the original configurations introduced in 1958. Featuring a Mahogany body, a fat one piece mahogany neck with a hint of a V, and a Rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays. In 1958 and 1959, the first two years of production, the Coronet also featured an open-book headstock with metal...
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1948 Epiphone Triumph

Epiphones best selling large-bodied arch-top from Big Band era NYC that at one time competed with the Gibson L-7. Plainer, but with a similar spec to her more pricey sisters, the Broadway and Deluxe, she has 17 3/8” wide non-cutaway body with Maple back and sides, and a solid, book matched Spruce top. She has a five piece neck with a fingerboard of Brazilian rosewood with ‘Split-Diamond’ abalone...
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1934 Epiphone Triumph

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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1945 Epiphone Broadway

Introduced in 1932, the Epiphone Broadway was one of the company's most popular models, remaining in the catalog until the firm was sold in 1957. With the same body, materials and metal parts as the Deluxe, at about half the price, the Broadway has always represented exceptional value for the player as well. With block pearl fingerboard inlays, and the graceful vine peghead, this model sports one...
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1965 Kluson Deluxe Double line 3 on a side casino

1965 Kluson Deluxe Tuners for ES330 Casino *RARE* These are the real deal, made in the 1960s and not reproductions..Here is a rare complete set of Kluson Deluxe Double Line metal button tuners, with screws.. They fit Gibson 1960's ES330 guitars and Epiphone Casinos made between 1964 and 1968. Also they are exact replacements for some other Gibsons like the SJ200 and SG Special Etc. These are...
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