Retrofret Stock # 6707. Epiphone Electar Zephyr Model Tube Guitar Amplifier, c. 1940's, made in New York, serial # 9786, Natural Laquer finish, laminated maple. This Electar Zephyr has seen quite a bit of use, but after having a complete service overhaul it sounds tremendous!Height is 15 5/16 in. (38.9 cm.), 13 3/8 in. (34 cm.) width, and 7 1/4 in. (18.4 cm.) deep. Replaced baffle and grill cloth, hardware and an upgraded 3 prong power cable. Reconed speaker and a few replaced switches and potentiometers. Overall Excellent + Condition.
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Retrofret has been shipping instruments throughout the USA and worldwide for nearly 20 years. We have yet to experience a single instance of damage (...I hope this doesn't jinx our perfect record). Retrofret's shipping department can send parcels via UPS, Fedex, USPS, BAX, DHL and DSV Air and Yusen Air Cargo. We ship instruments and other items on a 48 hour approval basis once we received payment in full. Shipping charges and taxes are not included in the prices listed. Mail order shipments within New York are subject to sales tax of 8.875%. Shipments out of state are not subject to NY city and state tax, although the buyer assumes all other tax requirements of their municipality. Before sending payment, please call to confirm the instrument's availability and the cost of shipment.
If you decide not to keep an instrument shipped to you, notify us by telephone, fax or email within 48 hours of receiving it. We'll take note to expect the return. Please ship it in the same carton via UPS, insured for its full value. We will refund the price of the instrument as soon as we receive it, provided it arrives in the condition in which it left the shop. The customer is responsible for all shipping charges.