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1965 Epiphone FT-85 Serenader

Double bound 14-1/4'' body, natural finish on spruce top, dark natural finish on mahogany back, sides and neck, rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets, large rosewood bridge with adjustable saddle, headstock overlay features logo decal, 6-on-a-plate tuners, Epi cousin of the Gibson B-25-12, 1-31/32'' nut, 24-3/4'' scale, with newer OSSC, VGC+ but sold AS-IS (needs neck reset, fret work, heat...
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~1967 Epiphone FT-85 Serenader

This guitar has been played and loved. Basically, it’s the Epi version of the Gibson B-25-12 made by the same craftsmen, in the same factory, using the same solid woods. There is a LOT of checking, MANY, nicks, dings, and scratches. Pick wear, too. However, I can’t find a crack anywhere. The action is OK, for a 12-string. It’s not low, but quite playable. The truss rod works as it should. The...
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1966 Gibson/Epiphone FT-85 "Serenader"

Gibson introduced the B-25-12 in 1962 as a kind of junior partner to the dreadnought B-45-12 (introduced in 1961), with the same solid spruce top with X-bracing, and solid mahogany back, sides, and neck. It had full body binding, a simple one-stripe rosette, a rosewood bridge, a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlay, a blackface headstock with a screened or decal logo and six-on-a-plate nickel...
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1966 Epiphone FT-85 Serenader 12 String Acoustic Guitar

For your consideration is this awesome , vintage 1966, Gibson made, Epiphone FT-85 Serenader. This 12 string was made in the USA by Gibson at their Kalamazoo factory. It is a very nice player. All solid wood with no cracks. It has an amazing vintage patina and tone. It's in all original condition with Kluson Deluxe 6 in a line tuners, that work perfectly. It has Brazilian rosewood fingerboard...
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1967 Epiphone FT85 Serenador

Very nice Epiphone 12 string. Just like the Gibson B25N/12 Even made in Kalamazoo Factory. This one is in GREAT shape. Neck is nice and straight. Low action with plenty of saddle. Neck set is great. Bridge is all down with no rise. Really good player. PULS it was owned by the Famous session player Vic Flick! This is the guy that played the James Bond theme!
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