Vintage 1971 Epiphone 6830 Deluxe Jumbo Acoustic Guitar
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-26)
Price : US $462.36
As always a low opening bid with no reserve.
Here is a vintage 1971 Epiphone 6830E Deluxe Jumbo Acoustic guitar with Kalamazoo Blue Label Made in Japan by Matsumoku. Serial # 145299. These are a rare find and this one is in excellent condition. Beautiful finish, brilliant sound, rich tone, well cared for by one owner. Smooth action with slim profile neck. No excessive wear, no buzz, no repairs. The Spruce top with Rosewood back and sides gives this guitar it’s unique, full, clear, brilliant sound like no other. Rosewood fingerboard with Mother of Pearl inlays and ‘Epiphone’ Logo on headstock. Adjustable bridge, black pickguard, white binding around neck and head, 6 tuning machines, always stays in tune. Blue label, made in Japan. Very slight finish crack in the finish on top, does not show up well in the photo. Vintage early Barcus-Berry Transducer mounted inside with 1/8' jack, external pre-amp and cables included. The felt lined case is in good condition and all hinges and latches work. Money back guarantee you will not be disappointed.
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Buyer to pay 40.00 shipping to USA. International to ship USPS Air only.
This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-26)
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Rob T said...
This model was my first guitar, which my teacher selected for me when I bought it in '71. It was my baby. I learned to play until my brother once heard me from outside my bedroom window and thought he was listening to a recording. Long/short, it was lost in a divorce after I'd leant it to my brother. The adjustable bridge was perfect as I have slightly smaller hands for a guy. I'd love to find another one...just to have it again. Mine was in perfect condition, so whoever got it, got it good. I did find one online that was a bit beat up, so I nixed it. Can't find others though.
mike dillon said...
howdo you know it is a 1971??? i have a 6830 epiphone with a different serial # is the serial # the key to dating???