1951 Epiphone E422T Century + OHSC Bernie Marsden Collection

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At A Glance:
Model: E422 T Century
Year: 1951
Finish: Sunburst
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 2.96

Case: Hardshell
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Neck wood: Mahogany
Body wood: Maple Laminate
Tuners: Correct Open gear
Pickups: Corretc New York
Hardware: Correct Nickel and Rosewood
Neck Profile: Soft V
Pots: Corretc 500k Centrelab

    From the Bernie Marsden Collection, this 1951 Epiphone E422T Century is yet another addition to Bernie’s archtop collection. Bought from a shop local to him a few years ago, that guitar has been well cared for. This guitar is featured on page 35 of Bernie's hardback book 'Tales of Tone and Volume' a copy of which will be included with this sale.

    This guitar is in great condition. There are the  expected bumps and knocks but nothing too substantial. There is some wear on the back but on the whole the finish has survived very well.

    The neck too is in stunning condition. The original fretboard and frets are in great shape with plenty of life left in them. The headstock still has the correct Epiphone metal plate and correct tuners.

    The hardware and plastics are in good shape. The pickguard has gassed which is a shame though it hasn’t lost its integrity.  

    Electrically everything looks correct and it has the superb and desirable Epiphone New Yorker pickup.

    The guitar comes with a hardshell case

    Classic archtop territory. Quite a mellow tone, the soft v profile neck is very comfortable to play and the New York pickup is a perfect foil.

    Great guitar from Epiphone’s golden period. Grab it before its gone…


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