Vintage 1967 Epiphone FT-85 Serenader 12-String Acoustic Guitar (Natural)

Epiphone_Vintage_1967_FT85_Serenader_Acoustic_12_String_Guitar_00_Parlor_Style_000_Natural_352VINTAGE - This cool 1967 Epiphone 12-string acoustic was built at the Gibson plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The FT85 Serenader is very similar to the Gibson B-25-12-N, and is based on the Gibson LG body style. This guitar has a mahogany neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard, and  the B-style body has a spruce top with mahogany back and sides. This guitar plays and sounds great and is in absolutely MINT Condition! The previous owner had it under his bed for 50 years! It’s like the Epiphone 12-string Serenader acoustic that Brian Jones played on the Rolling Stones classic ‘Blue Turns To Grey’.Stones-1965 - 360

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Price: $1,400.00

Condition Assessment 

  • The frets are in good shape and original.
  • The original gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish is in mint condition.
  • The tailpiece and rosewood adjustable bridge are all original, one side of the tailpiece bolt has been replaced.
  • All original Kluson strip tuners with plastic buttons.
  • Comes with the original Epiphone grey with blue interior chipboard case.


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