Epiphone "Masterbuilt" EF500RCCE Cutaway all-solid Acoustic-Electric Guitar
The Epiphany EF500RCCE offered here a near new instrument with no visible wear to the frets or body. The only exception is that the bridge was regaled to the top, so there is a small amount of finish disturbance where the bridge was removed for the repair. Other than that the guitar is essentially near mint both physically and cosmetically with a lovely vintage tone to the Cedar top, and a nice straight neck with comfortable action. This is an all-solid guitar with solid Cedar Top and solid Rosewood back and sides. There isn a generous cutaway for high neck playing and Epiphone's proprietary E-Sonic 2 dual pickup system From the abalone rosette to the white body bindings, the fit and finish of this guitar is remarkable.
The EF-500 sports a solid Cedar top and Rosewood back and sides with a wider 1.75 inch nut, which makes it an ideal choice for fingerstyle guitarists looking for a well-built acoustic guitar that won't cost thousands of dollars.
The Epiphone Masterbilt series is a throwback to the company's 1930s acoustic guitar line. Though it originally included multiple models when it was first introduced in back in 2000, the only model remaining in production from that line is the EF-500, modeled after the OM or "Orchestra Model" body style of the guitars from that era.
Everything about this guitar has a vintage vibe. From the abalone rosette to the vintage gold tuners and aged binding, the aesthetics of the this guitar are a definite throwback to wartime-era acoustic guitar design.
Case sold separately.
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