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1965 Epiphone FT-79 Texan

$3,495
The Epiphone FT-79 model made quite a transition when the Gibson company purchased Epiphone in 1957. The FT-79 had previously been made with a long scale neck and a peanut shaped body with an arched back. The Gibson acquisition meant that many of the half finished parts from the old Epi factory were shipped from New York, NY to Kalamazoo, MI. Like many of the 1957-1960 Epiphones, Gibson mated...
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1958 Epiphone FT-79 Texan

$4,795
The Epiphone FT-79 model made quite a transition when the Gibson company purchased Epiphone in 1957. The FT-79 had previously been made with a long scale neck and a peanut shaped body with an arched back. The Gibson acquisition meant that many of the half finished parts from the old Epi factory were shipped from New York, NY to Kalamazoo, MI. Like many of the 1957-1960 Epiphones, Gibson mated...
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1958 Epiphone FT-79 Texan

$7,700
Yesterday? no it's the way before yesterday. Here is 1958 Epiphone FT-79 Texan. It's very hard to find indeed. This guitar is a great example of the earliest "Texan". 1958 is the first year for Epiphone FT-79 named as Texan by Gibson. This guitar was made in Gibson Kalamazoo factory using left-over epiphone factory parts. Epiphone made three piece mahogany neck (mahogany-maple-mahogany), and...
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1965 Epiphone FT-79N TEXAN

$3,395
From the 1961 Epiphone catalog: “Texan: A jumbo flat-top guitar with booming voice, fine response, a fast-action neck, and many more fine features, exceptional at its popular price. Made with selected Spruce top for finest resonance, Mahogany back and rims, Mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod, Rosewood fingerboard with distinctive pearl inlays. Peghead with pearl-inlaid design and name....
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