The Epiphone Hummingbird PRO Acoustic/Electric guitar brings the legendary country/rock „Hummingbird“ into the 21st century with the new Shadow ePerformer preamp and Shadow NanoFlex pickup system.
First introduced in 1960, the square shouldered Hummingbird quickly became a classic thanks to Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, who used a Hummingbird for rhythm on early Stones hits like „Satisfaction,“ „Play With Fire,“ and „Under My Thumb.“ There are also many classic photographs of Keith using a Hummingbird on sessions for Exile on Main Street, Goat’s Head Soup, and Sticky Fingers. Today, the Hummingbird is still a go-to acoustic for rockers like Noel Gallagher, Sheryl Crow, and Kid Rock when they need a rhythm guitar with smooth action and superb “woody” tone that’s full of character.
Price: CHF 419.00
Epiphone Limited Edition 1963 AJ-45 Round Shoulder Dreadnought is modeled after the Gibson J-45. Favored by finger style and folk artists since the 1940s it has become known as „The Workhorse.“ It features classic materials such as a solid spruce top with mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, with a round shoulder dreadnought style body.
Price: CHF 349.00
For almost 20 years, the Epiphone PR-5E acoustic-electric guitar has taken the stage with countless musicians. Designed by Epiphone in 1990, its distinctive body shape was patterned after Epiphone’s classic 335 guitars such as the Sheraton and Casino. But instead of a double-cutaway, it features a unique, single „Florentine“ or sharp cutaway. The result is a large lower bout providing excellent lows and solid mid-range with easy access to the upper frets on the neck.
Price: CHF 399.00
The Century is one of Epiphone’s oldest models in their catalogue. It may not have been available for a few years but thanks to a few great artists using these unique archtop guitars they have been resurrected! Fitted with a single vintage voiced P90 pickup and a classic build this guitar has some unique sounds that really push against what we think about hollow guitars.
Price: CHF 619.00
Epiphone’s first Masterbilt archtops quickly rose to popularity during the 1930s “Big Band” era and were renowned for their warm woody tone, wide tonal range and punchy volume. However, with the invention of the electric guitar pickup, archtop acoustic guitars quickly became equipped with magnetic amplification and were for the most part, forever transformed into “electric” guitars. Until now…
Price: CHF 1,050.00