Epiphone EM-66 (1961)

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Epiphone EM-66 (1961)

A very cool acoustic-electric mandolin, the EM-66 is Epiphone’s version of the Gibson EM-150. The teardrop shaped body features a spruce top with sunburst finish and f-holes, maple sides and back, a mahogany neck, and a single P90 pickup. This stage-ready early ‘60s mandolin is in excellent- condition. More details...
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  • Double bound teardrop body
  • Sunburst finish on spruce top with f-holes
  • Dark natural finish on maple back and sides
  • Mahogany neck
  • Bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard
  • Dot inlays
  • One P90 pickup
  • Adjustable rosewood bridge
  • Newer Epiphone cover on original tailpiece
  • Headstock overlay features logo decal
  • 4-on-a-plate tuners
  • Built in Kalamazoo, this is the Epiphone version of the Gibson EM-150
  • 1 5/16" nut
  • 14" scale
  • Newer HSC
  • EC-
  • SN:38745

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Elderly warranty 30 DAYS
Manufacturer's warranty No
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