EJ-160E Acoustic-Electric is one of rock-n-roll's most revered guitar designs with a solid spruce top and an Epiphone Stacked P-100 pickup
The original "J-160E" was one of the first acoustic-electric guitars on the market when it was released in 1954
Details: Limited Edition EJ-160E Acoustic-Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst. This modern Ltd. Ed. EJ-160E Acoustic-Electric is one of rock-n-roll's most revered guitar designs with a solid spruce top and an Epiphone Stacked P-100 pickup. The original "J-160E" was one of the first acoustic-electric guitars on the market when it was released in 1954. Over the decades, the "J-160E" has been embraced by a wide range of artists, both classic and contemporary, such as Lightnin' Hopkins, Elvis Costello, Paul Weller and John Lennon. In fact, the "J-160" acoustic-electric was the only guitar to appear on every Beatles album from Please Please Me through Abbey Road. Now with the Ltd. Ed. EJ-160E Acoustic-Electric, the "House of Stathopoulo" brings this vintage and hard-to-find classic into the 21st century with a solid spruce top for a limited time. Solid Spruce: The King of Tonewoods Just like the original, this Epiphone Ltd. Ed. EJ-160E follows the contours of the industry standard "Southern Jumbo" acoustic and features a solid spruce top with a select mahogany body. Solid spruce is the "top" of choice for premier acoustic guitars. The more you play your EJ-160E, the more open and expressive the tone-so play your EJ-160E a lot. The body top has 5-ply ivory/black binding while the select mahogany back has single-ply ivory binding. The pickguard is imitation tortoise with the '60s era "E" metal logo. The EJ-160E's bridge is made from rosewood and has the reverse belly design familiar to "J-160E" collectors and features a compensated bone saddle. The select mahogany neck has a comfortable "1960s" SlimTaper D-profile and is glued to the body using a dovetail joint. The neck has a 24.75 in. scale with a rosewood fingerboard with vintage-style pearloid "Trapezoid" inlays just like the original models. The fingerboard has single-ply ivory color binding and features a 12 in. fingerboard radius, 20 medium frets and a bone nut along with the Epiphone classic Sloped Dov...