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Epiphone SC-450 Scroll 1977 - Walnut

Epiphone sc-450 from the year 1977. Rare guitar since few models were made and only during the years 1976 to 1979 in Japan. Very good condition for a 46 year old guitar. Some chips, with superficial scratches. Slim profile maple neck with cream side dots. Rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl dot inlays. The frets show some wear but are in very good condition. Elongated headstock with Epiphone mother-of-pearl inlays. Chrome sealed machine heads in perfect working order. The neck is straight and the soul works well. Solid Maple Body With Beveled Edge And Scroll Bass Horn Stop tailpiece and Adjusto-Matic bridge with chrome hardware. The weight of the guitar is around 4.3 kg. Dual DiMarzio humbuckers with cream bezels. Master volume and tone controls with black speed knobs. 3-way pickup selector and 2-way mini lever for coil playing. All electronic components are in good working order.

Product status


(May show slight signs of use)

Does it have any marks of use or damage?

It has some superficial marks and a small dent that is presumed to be from the typical falls due to the loosening of the strap and falling vertically but from a low height.

What extras does it include?

soft case

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