Built in the revered Japanese Terada factory, this 2004 Epiphone Elitist Broadway represents the top-of-the-line for Epiphone, utilizing a solid spruce top, AAA flame maple back and sides, Ebony fingerboard, abalone inlays, Gibson humbuckers, Grover tuners, and a Frequensator tailpiece.
These guitars are incredibly well made, easy to play, and sound fantastic. Sadly, they can be hard to track down as they're no longer produced by Epiphone, which is a shame as they deliver serious bang-for-buck for jazz players seeking an affordable, high-quality jazzbox.
Condition: Excellent. Aside from a few small indentations (none break the finish) and marks on the body / headstock, some faint fret wear and pickguard marks, this guitar is incredibly clean. Even the aforementioned marks and indentations are quite minor. This was a well cared for guitar and it shows. The setup feels great.
Priced with hardshell case.
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