1966 Epiphone Serenader – £1299

Sep 7, 2020 | Gibson

1966 Epiphone Serenader – £1299

NEW ARRIVAL  Made in 1966 in the Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the Serenader is the Epiphone equivalent of a Gibson B25-12. It’s one of the few examples where a small bodied guitar makes a great 12 string – the Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides give the guitar and bright, punchy, room filling tone. It’s in excellent condition with great looking lacquer checking over the dark honey coloured finish, and it’s in all original condition. It sounds much better than most Serenaders I’ve played, and has a very comfortable action for a 12 string making it an easy guitar to play. It’s perfect for someone who struggles with traditional big bodied 12 strings, or just for someone who wants a really cool 12 string. It comes in a non original hard case.

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