“As New” condition • 1-5/8″ width at nut
SN: 00405014 • 2-3/16″ pins
One of first 200 • Made in Montana
Paul McCartney signature label
Made very close to the original 1964 Epiphone Texan that McCartney used on several songs with The Beatles. Mahogany back, sides and neck with select Spruce top. Rosewood bridge and fingerboard. Blackened peghead veneer has pearloid Epiphone logo inlaid at top. Pearl “cloud-like” inlay at center of peghead. Bone nut. Ebony fingerboard with pearloid single trapezoidal inlays. Top has 4-ply antiqued cream/black bindings. Back has single cream binding. Period correct Kluson 3-on-a-plate tuners with cream buttons. Tortoise pickguard with “E-brand” sticker. Rosewood bridge has adjustable ceramic saddle.
This is a hot guitar, the sound is really great. It is actually not a coincidence that at the moment we have a true authentic 1964 Epiphone FT-79 Texan hanging on our wall immediately next to this excellent re-issue… These two guitars are actually very close! I am not kidding… I know that the authentic old one has 56-57 year old woods, but I mean the tones are very similar – just separated by age of the guitar…
Comes with Hard Case & Specialized Epiphone Gig Bag. There are also various pamphlets, certificates, labels with Paul McCartney’s signature, that comes with this fine collectible piece.