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Epiphone Zenith Classic F Hole - Vintage Sunburst

Epiphone Zenith Classic F Hole - Vintage Sunburst


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The Epiphone Zenith is a modern day take on the classic archtop design. It features a solid spruce top, classic style F holes and an eSonic / Shadow Nanoflex electronics system.

Epiphone Zenith Classic F Hole - Vintage Sunburst

Straight from the premium Epiphone Masterbilt Century range, the Epiphone Zenith Classic Electro Acoustic Guitar, here in Vintage Sunburst finish, is a medium-sized archtop with vintage charm and some modern day appointments.

The Epiphone Zenith takes inspiration from their first generation of archtops, delivering a 16" (lower bout) body size - as favoured by many collectors for being the ideal size for overall tone and punch. The body is constructed with a solid spruce top, that hosts traditional Longitudinal bracing, and laminated, flamed maple back and sides. The Zenith Classic features classic F holes adding to its vintage appeal.

The rounded, "C" profile 5-piece maple neck is glued to the body with a dovetail joint, making for a precise fit allowing for added tonal transfer. The neck is topped with an ebony fingerboard set with 20 medium frets and the standout pearloid "Falling Snowflakes” inlays, modeled after the original Masterbilt Zeniths

The Zenith not only excels as a straight acoustic instrument but with the addition of the cutting edge eSonic HD preamp and Shadow NanoFlex HD undersaddle pickup the amplified tones allow it to closely replicate its direct acoustic sound. The Shadow NanoFlex HD Under-saddle pickup has easy-to-access controls for Master Volume and Master EQ mounted just inside the sound hole. 

Other appointments includes the ornate Epiphone Dovewing headstock with Pearloid "Banner" headstock inlay, historic re-issue tuners with marboloid "Crown" buttons and a floating adjustable ebonoid bridge.

The Epiphone Zenith treats the modern day player to a classic era archtop guitar with the "Masterbilt" premium build quality and welcome contemporary tweaks.

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