Epiphone Emperor F Full Hollowbody 1982 Vintage Sunburst Matsumoku. Lovies guitars is offering up a gorgeous 1982 Epiphone Emperor F in stunning sunburst finish.
The guitar is in fantastic shape. This Epiphone Emperor F is the Full hollow body electric guitar.Built at the Matsumoku Company in Matsumoto Japan, it is very similar to the Gibson L5. The Matsumoku built guitars of this era are among the rarest and most sought after post-US production Epiphones in existence. The Japanese woodworking, build quality and attention to detail in the Emperor F are second to none, rivaling the best from Gibson, making the Emperor F more expensive than the Broadways and Emperors built later in Korea. This guitar has a professionally done Plek and set-up completed 07/2018. The guitar has Thomastik-Infeld Jazz Swing 13-53 strings, a custom cream pick guard (original black pick guard will be included with the guitar), and a Reunion Blues Continental Voyager gig bag. Noted imperfections (please look carefully at the photos): Some deterioration of gold plating on hardware, small pin-head sized chip below tone knobs, light surface scratches in clear coat throughout the guitar. No major dings or marks. The guitar sounds absolutely incredible! It has an amazing feel and is quick to bond with! Neck is the perfect size and profile. It is an absolute beauty, with a perfect set-up ready to play! No breaks, cracks or repairs. Minimal fretware on a perfect neck! WEIGHS in at: 7.75 lbs. 852 at the 1st Fret. All guitars are fully insured and we will deal with it. Lovies Guitars has CITES Master File and Certificates will be issued when and where needed. _gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). Epiphone Emperor F Full Hollowbody 1982 Vintage Sunburst Matsumoku" is in sale since Friday, April 19, 2019. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars". The seller is "loviesguitars" and is located in Lakeside, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.