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Rare post-war Epiphone made in New York during the company’s “Golden Era” before being sold to Gibson in 1957.
Solid carved maple back and sides; solid carved spruce top; solid cherry neck with 3-ply walnut/maple center stripe, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard; mother-of-pearl peghead and large fingerboard inlays; triple-bound body; bound fingerboard and headstock. Finish is nitrocellulose lacquer.
All-original gold hardware includes “Frequensator tailpiece”, Epsilon-logo 16X1 tuners; adjustable rosewood bridge. Guitar has had a repair to the back seam.