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Epiphone Presents the Electar Inspired by "1939" Century Lap Steel Outfit
Classic Electric Steel Guitar Returns with Art Deco Design, “Blade Humbucker” and Gigbag
Nashville, Tenn., December 1, 2015 – Epiphone presents the Electar Inspired by "1939" Century Lap Steel Outfit, a one of a kind reissue of the Art Deco styled Hawaiian lap steel guitar originally designed by Herb Sunshine, Epiphone’s legendary salesman, electronics developer and Epiphone founder Epi Stathopoulo.
Electar Inspired by "1939" Century Lap Steel
The ultimate in steel guitar form
The new Epiphone Electar Inspired by "1939" Century Lap Steel 6-string Outfit features the same profile as the vintage original with a one-piece Mahogany body and neck complete with an Ebony finish. The “1939” Century neck area features a classic Plexiglass fingerboard with a traditional “1939” Art Deco Replica inlay design.
The Electar is powered by an Epiphone 500B “Blade” Humbucker with beautiful reproduction Epiphone “Circus Tent” knobs for Master Volume and Tone. The bridge and tailpiece are aluminum with a period-style, nickel-plated steel cover.
The Epiphone Electar Inspired by "1939" Century Lap Steel Outfit comes with a fitted gigbag, and like all Epiphones a limited lifetime warranty and the world famous Gibson 365/24/7 customer service. Take home a classic from the original House of Stathopoulo by picking up an Epiphone Electar Inspired by "1939" Century Lap Steel Outfit at your favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer.
Fans can visit Epiphone.com or their favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer to learn more about the Electar Inspired by “1939” Century Lap Steel Outfit.
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