- Total £229.00
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This, ladies and gentlemen, is an Epiphone ET-275 Crestwood. Though it's common knowledge in the modern day that Epiphone build cheaper versions of Gibson's most iconic designs, it's less commonly known that they had a number of instruments built by the famous Matsumoku builders during the early '70s, and these instruments are both cool and extremely well made. This sunburst Crestwood for example has two meaty humbuckers mounted onto its Maple body, which is paired with a Maple neck and topped with a Rosewood fingerboard. The widened, groovy body also sports an Epiphone-made vibrato, as well as independent volume and tone controls, and the Crestwood's 24.75" scale should be familiar to anyone who's even been near a Gibson. That headstock is pure '70s - a big end seems to have been the way back then - and although this guitar looks like it comes with its own scarf-wearing indie band YOU get to decide how you use it! Now protected by a three year warranty with our Japanese-built techs, this '70s Epiphone ET-275 Crestwood is available at Wunjos with a gig bag as standard. Please email via the form below for more information and availability.