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1982 Epiphone Emperor, brown. Made in Japan, serial number xxxxxx. This guitar is 100% original, Grover tuners and a newer bridge. It has factory installed Gibson USA T-Top humbuckers. A well kept secret in vintage Archtop guitars! Comes with the original Epiphone hardshell case (looks exactly like an earlier Gibson USA case). Weighs 3.75kg
Avian is a brand that’s pretty new to the UK, so what’s the story? Owned by Brits Tim Oulton and Roger Kimp, the company has its head office in Hong Kong, while manufacturing takes place in a workshop near Guangzhou, China. Oulton and Kimp maintain a continuous presence in the area to ensure that both quality and the workshop environment are maintained to their required standard.
Epiphone B. B. King Lucille Electric Guitar, Ebony, Gold Hardware
Epiphone introduce the B. B. King Lucille. Designed by B. B. King, this guitar delivers the legendary blues tone he’s renowned for.
- Designed with B.B. King
- Classic VariTone™ control
- Mono and stereo output
- TP-6 fine tuning bridge
- Colour: Ebony (EB)
In early 1951, Fender renamed its only production solid-body guitar the Telecaster, replacing the short-lived Broadcaster moniker used in late 1950. The Telecaster quickly became the guitar of its age, propelling the status of the solid-body electric guitar from novelty to the defining instrument of popular music. Like most long-lasting guitar models, the Tele has seen its share of variations and specialty models come off the line since the early ’50s. The standard no-frills Telecaster, however, has stayed largely the same, strutting two single-coil pickups, a slab body of Ash (or later Alder), and an unmistakable twang that helped shape the sound of country and rock music. Like the rest of the Fender catalog, the CBS purchase of 1965 brought a series of changes to the Telecaster. Teles from 1965 onward are less desireable to collectors than earlier examples.