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50th Anniversary Commemorative Guitar (John Kay Model)

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Here it is, the ultimate way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of John Kay & Steppenwolf! This quality Epiphone Coronet is specially designed for casual and hard core fans alike. You Don't play guitar? Hang this piece of art on your wall! A 3 pack of John Kay & Steppenwolf guitar picks and a T-shirt of your choice also included. Add the Steppenwolf songbook and get started!

When ordering, select shipping, then select shirt size. All guitars shipped via FedEx Ground. Customers will receive an email with a ship date & tracking #. Let's kick off the 50th anniversary in style! Email: charliethemerchguy@Comcast.net if you have any questions.
Pricing: $549.99

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The Epiphone Coronet is one of the last undiscovered gems from rock and roll's classic era--used by 50's rock pioneers, British Invasion bluesmen, and late 70s punk and new wave bands. It's a classic--yes--but practical, too. And open to interpretation and artistic expression. The Coronet has a double cutaway mahogany body with a bolt-on 24.75” scale SlimTaper™ mahogany neck which joins the body at the 22nd fret giving you ultimate upper fret access. Lightweight and comfortable, the Coronet has excellent resonance and natural acoustic tone even unplugged! The Coronet features a combination wrap-around StopBar™ bridge and tailpiece with compensated saddles and adjustment screws to allow for accurate intonation. The Coronet is voiced by a hot open-coil Epiphone 700T humbucker pickup
One of the Coronet’s most recognizable features is Epiphone's own "batwing" headstock. The "batwing" is a classic headstock that improves tuning ease and accuracy by offering a straight string-pull design and is adorned like the original with the vintage "Epiphone" logo in gold.

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