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VINTAGE EPIPHONE ACOUSTIC CABALLERO FT 130

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-12-04)
Price : US $250.00



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Up for bid is this very nice accoustic 'EPIPHONE' Guitar 'CABALLERO', Made In Japan, in the early 1960's. This guitar is in very good condition for it's age, it looks new with the exception of some minor dings,on the top finish. As I've tried to  show you in my pictures, the frets have some wear to them  From the nut {bridge} to the end of the neck{ which is straight}, measures 33', the guitar is, 40 1/2 in length, Lower body is 15' at the widest, Upper body, 11 1/2' and 4' depth on side. There is an old  case with the guitar, inside pretty worn,and the outside in good condion for the vintage age. This guitar came from a man's estate that collected them. This is one of 70. Check out the other's up for bid. All are nice vintage guitars. Please contact me with any questions, prior to bidding .Will ONLY SHIP IN THE U.S.A. Winning bidder will pay shipping, handling and INSURANCE ! Thank You


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-12-04)



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Stuee said...
Wow, from the nut (which is actually at the opposite end to the bridge) to the end of the neck measures 33 feet, it\\\'s 15 feet wide and 4 feet deep!! This guitar is ENORMOUS!! God knows what the shipping must\\\'ve cost... haha (Smacks of Spinal Tap and Stonehenge, doesn\\\'t it? ;-)