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Epiphone Emperor Swingster Hollowbody Electric Guitar  Wine Red 

(Wine Red)  Sku #581889000025000

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A serious twangin', rockabilly-slingin', country-flingin' machine!

The Epiphone Emperor Swingster features archtop jazz guitar styling and updated electronics including SwingBucker pickups with push/pull tone controls that allows a choice of standard series or parallel pickup wiring for a brighter tone. The Swingster guitar has a shorter 24-3/4" scale that helps facilitate challenging jazz chord inversions. The body features a spruce top, a laminated birch/maple body and a 3-piece maple neck topped with a rosewood fingerboard.

Other vintage features of this hollowbody electric guitar include chrome hardware, Grover Rotomatic 16:1 tuners, bound f-holes, thumbnail fingerboard Inlays, and a Bigsby licensed vibrato tailpiece with wire arm along with a "pinned"(non-floating) Tune-O-matic bridge with roller saddles for smooth operation and accurate return to pitch which is preferred when using the vibrato. Case sold separately.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.

Style: Single-cutaway archtop
Body: Laminated maple/birch
Top: Select spruce
Neck: Set 3-piece hard maple
Scale length: 24-3/4"
Neck profile: Slim-tapered
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fingerboard radius: 14"
No. of frets: 20
Fingerboard inlays: Thumbnail Inlays
Nut width: 1-11/16"
Neck pickup: SwingBucker
Bridge Pickup: SwingBucker
Controls: 1-Neck Volume, 1-Neck Tone (push/pull - series/parallel), 1-Bridge Volume, 1-Bridge Tone (push/pull - series/parallel), 3-way toggle pickup selector
Hardware: Chrome
Tuners: Grover Rotomatic 16:1 tuners
Bridge: Rosewood bridge (Pinned)
Tailpiece: Bigsby vibrato with wire arm
Finish: Polyurethane
Case sold separately

An archtop jazz guitar that you can afford!

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