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Epiphone FT160n Texan (12 cordes) (70s) Publié dans guitare acoustique et électro; Auteur Message; cocholat Inscrit le: 16 Nov 13 Localisation: Arles (13, France) # Publié par cocholat le 12 Feb 16, 12:27 pm. Hello les grateux Mon grand père m'as offert sa guitare de quand il etait jeune, une Epiphone FT-160n Texan, de fabrication japonaise de 74/76 en parfait état, j'y est mis un jeu de Epiphone Acoustic Models. Acoustic Travel Guitar. Explore Acoustic Travel Guitar. Lil' Tex Travel Acoustic. $249.00. 1 Finish Options . El Nino Travel Acoustic. $159.00. 1 Finish Options . Original Acoustic. Explore Original Acoustic. The Golden Era returns with the Original Collection. Paying tribute to our iconic past, the Original Collection brings back the classic guitars that shaped sound Wondering how old your Gibson or Epiphone guitar is? Maybe you have a Gibson banjo, dobro, or a Goldtone amplifier you’re not sure about. This serial number guide will help you to figure it all out. This guide, republished courtesy of, provides information from 1975-present, covering thousands of Gibson i This Epiphone catalogue is undated, although was most likely printed in late 1961 for distribution throughout 1962. It is the second Epiphone 'guitars, basses, amplifiers' catalogue (see the previous version here), and like the early catalogue is two-colour printed, with 24 pages and 11" x 8 1/2".. A number of new models are included here for the first time: the Epiphone Riviera, Professional For Yamano Gakki Epiphone Japan semi acoustic models from 1987 to approximately 1997, the serial numbers are in a YCPPP format. They were made by Terada and usually have an Orange Epiphone label. Y = Year of manufacture C = Model code PPP = Production number Model Codes (C) 1 = NVJ; 2 = EMPEROR; 3 = RIVIERA; 4 = SHERATON; 5 = CASINO; 6 1961–70 Casino. First introduced in 1961, the Epiphone Casino came into its own just as the British Invasion was getting underway. It would become closely identified with this pivotal era in rock history through its prominent use by both the Beatles and Rolling Stones, among many other influential guitar groups. Another great product of the Ted McCarty era at Gibson, the Casino shares many Up for sale, a 1965 Epiphone Texan model FT79N, professionally maintained to play its best. Unlike the raft of reissue models, this is a genuine vintage Texan, manufactured by Gibson in the USA at their Kalamazoo factory and crafted right alongside Gibson's J-50, with identical body dimensions. Up for sale, a 1963 Epiphone Casino ES-230TD in excellent condition and in perfect working order, with a rare Royal Tan gloss finish. A particularly rare and early iteration of the Casino, this guitar features the shorter pre-1964 (more Gibson-esque) headstock shape, full 1 11 / 16" wide nut, nickel hardware, and first-year mini parallelogram inlays. And while the darker Sunburst finish on the Forum Epiphone (page 6/67) : page 6 du forum autour de Epiphone sur Les thèmes de la page 6 sont les suivants : Explorer, Nighthawk, Blueshawk The Riviera, though equal in playability and sound, is not nearly as collectable. The Casino is collectable only because John Lennon played one. It may seem like a contridiction in terms: New York pickups are sonically inferior to Gibson pickups, but models fitted with New York pickups from 1958 to 1960 are worth more than post-1960 models fitted with better Gibson pickups. These Epiphone

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