Epiphone USA Frontier Acoustic/Electric, Antique Natural
Epiphone USA Frontier Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Antique Natural
Gibson manufactured the original Epiphone Frontier in its Kalamazoo factory from 1958 until 1970. Now, the Frontier is being made in the USA once again, and is proudly handcrafted in Bozeman, Montana, by Gibson's finest acoustic luthiers. Replay Guitar Exchange is proud to offer the Epiphone USA Frontier acoustic/electric guitar — the rare Epiphone acoustic that shows off an Antique Natural finish with a set of gold hardware and a unique imitation tortoise pickguard with engraved lariat and cactus graphics.
Featuring a solid Sitka spruce top and a solid figured maple back and sides, this guitar sings with pure acoustic delight, thanks to the traditional hand-scalloped X-bracing and the multi-ply top and back binding. Playability has never been smoother, as the mahogany round C-profile neck and the Indian rosewood fingerboard on top offer a comfort and ease you won't find in other guitars.
This acoustic is stage and studio-ready, as it is equipped with an L.R. Baggs VTC pickup, offering perfect amplified tone that captures the nuances of an acoustic guitar in all of its shimmering glory. Turn your sound into your own creation using the soundhole-mounted volume and tone controls. A few other notable appointments include a set of gold-plated Gotoh Keystone tuners, an Indian rosewood bridge, and mother-of-pearl slotted rectangle inlays on the fingerboard. Bring the quality of American-made Epiphone acoustics back to your music — the Epiphone USA Frontier is available now at Replay Guitar Exchange!
As always, feel free to contact our store for more details, or with any questions.
Neck material: mahogany
Scale length: 25.5"
Nut width: 1.725"
Fingerboard radius: 12"
Neck shape: round C
Fingerboard material: Indian rosewood
Frets: 20, medium
Country of origin: USA
Hard shell case included