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1931 Epiphone Triumph  –  £1649

1931 Epiphone Triumph – £1649

NEW ARRIVAL  The Triumph was introduced in Epiphone’s original archtop line of 1931, with a 15 3/4" lower bout, Walnut back and sides, 3 segment F holes, and the Masterbuilt block logo. By 1933 the body was increased to 16 3/8” with Maple back ad sides, and in 1936 it...

2015 Gibson Southern Jumbo Custom Shop

2015 Gibson Southern Jumbo Custom Shop

SOLD  The Southern Jumbo hasn’t been in production as a standard model for quite a while now, so whenever Gibson produce a limited run version, or in this case a Custom Shop version, they’re usually pretty special. There’s no one thing you can point your finger at...

1938 Epiphone Olympic

1938 Epiphone Olympic

SOLD  This guitar is from Epiphone’s golden archtop age, when the company was still based in New York before they were bought by Gibson in 1957. 30’s and 40’s Epiphone archtops have long been considered among the best of their kind, and the Epiphone Olympic is now...

1963 Epiphone Frontier

1963 Epiphone Frontier

SOLD  When Gibson purchased Epiphone in 1957 there was already a line of great flat-top guitars in place. The FT-110 featured Maple back and sides and Gibson gave it the name “Frontier”. They changed the entire body shape to a square shouldered 16 1/4″ wide...