Extremely rare USA-made Epiphone E-160-E! This is an absolute treat and sounds as good as it looks. The story I've read online for these is that this model was made in the Gibson Bozeman Factory in Montana to show off at the 1992 NAMM show, while the guitar played and sounded great, Gibson decided not to introduce an American-made Epiphone at that time, leaving only a handful of these being produced. The guitar was made between 1991 and 1992.
This guitar shows a few signs of cosmetic wear. The body shows various scratches, dents, and scuffs throughout and there's some additional scuffing on the back of the neck and headstock. The back of the neck also shows some chipping near the edges of the binding. The finish on the lower body also shows some light checking and there's some cloudiness in the finish on the back of the body. The binding around the body and fret inlays has aged and there's light oxidation on the hardware. Overall, the guitar is still in nice shape and plays and sounds great!
This guitar is all original.
Includes the pictured hard case.
Make: Epiphone Model: E-160-E Year: 1991-1992 Fretboard Material: Rosewood Scale length: 24.5" Weight: 4.92 pounds Nut Width: 1.68" Neck Width at 12th fret: 2.06" Neck Thickness at 1st fret: 0.84" Neck Thickness at 12th fret: 0.92" Case/bag: Includes the pictured hard case Made in USA
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