Epiphone manufactured the FT-150 between 1972 and 1979. The guitars were Japanese-manufactured and featured a spruce top, rosewood back and sides, a three piece adjustable neck, and a rosewood fingerboard with block inlays and a zero-fret. It has a decorative rosette, an adjustable bridge and chrome plated hardware. The mahogany neck is bolted on internally.
This guitar is in great condition, showing very little signs of use. There are a few marks to the body but nothing too substantial.
The neck too is in great condition. There is a little wear to the fretboard but nothing too substantial. There is plenty of life left in the original frets.
The adjustable bridge too is in great shape and works well. There is no sign of any bellying and the bracing looks to be in good condition.
This guitar should surely change your perception of a bolt on neck acoustic. It has a lush tone with those classic dreadnought qualities. Great for picking or strumming.
Not the first on the list but definitely worth a second look, this Epiphone Ft150 might be the one you're looking for…