For your consideration a 1941 Epiphone Olympic with a Sunburst finish! No vintage guitar store would be complete without an old archtop! Not many companies did it better than Epiphone and this is a wonderful example of the fine craftsmanship going on this time. Nearly all original, only alteration is a new bone nut. Action is perfect for flat picking or swing rhythm! Brazilian rosewood fingerboard! Wonderful big vintage neck! Carved solid spruce top! They don’t make them like this anymore!
This guitar is in very good condition and comes with its original soft shell case as well as a modern hard shell case. Non-original 1-11/16″ bone nut. 25.5″ scale length. Mahogany neck with a depth of .90″ (1st fret) and 1.20″ (12th fret). Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with a 7.25″ radius. 20 medium-small frets are in excellent condition. Spruce top with mahogany back and sides. Sunburst top finish. Floating rosewood bridge with a trapeze tail piece. Weighs 4 pounds and 11 ounces.
Case: Comes with a modern hard shell case as well as it original soft shell case.
Weight: 4 pounds and 11 ounces.
Condition: This guitar is in very good condition.
Modifications: It has a non original bone nut.
Comments: Super fun 80 year old American made guitar!