Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition
Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition
Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition
Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition
Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition
Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition

Epiphone 'Pete Frampton' Texan "1964" Electro Acoustic Guitar - Ltd Edition

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£779.00

This beautiful all solid timber reissue Texan is a lively and resonant guitar. The original Epiphone Texan was made famous by Paul McCartney and has been seen in many a legend's hands over the years. This faithful recreation is Peter Frampton's take and has been carefully specified featuring solid spruce top, solid mahogany back, sides and neck and pau ferro fingerboard and bridge. Added extras include LR Baggs pickup system and matching hardshell case.

  • Body Shape:Round Shoulder 1964 Texan Dreadnought
  • Top Wood:Solid Spruce
  • Back & Sides Wood:Solid Mahogany
  • Binding:3-ply Top, 1-ply Back
  • Neck Wood:Mahogany
  • Neck Shape:1960s SlimTaper C Profile
  • Radius:12"
  • Fingerboard Material:Pau Ferro
  • Fingerboard Inlay:Parallelograms
  • Number of Frets:20, Medium Jumbo
  • Scale Length:25.5"
  • Tuning Machines:Schaller M6
  • Bridge Material:Pau Ferro
  • Nut/Saddle Material:Nylon/Bone
  • Nut Width:1.62"
  • Electronics:LR Baggs EAS-VTC with Undersaddle Flexible Film Sensor
  • Finish:Gloss Polyurethane
  • Color:Faded Vintageburst
  • Strings:D'Addario
  • Case Included:Hardshell Case
Condition
Brand-New
Acoustic Type
Electro-Acoustic
Acoustic Shape
Dreadnought
No. Strings
6
Left / Right
Right-handed
Acoustic String Type
Acoustic Steel String
Acoustic Body Construction
Solid Top and Back
Epiphone
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