Epiphone Broadway P-90

Regular price $799.00

Modded in-house by 1929, this Epiphone Broadway has been converted to use Alnico 2 P-90 pickups, Grover Imperial tuners, chicken head knobs, CTS pots, Orange Drop capacitors, a Gibson style tailpiece, and a custom made fire stripe style bound pickguard in the early Epiphone shape. It's a great sounding and playing guitar that I've owned for years. These Broadways originally come with 2 humbuckers, but I've converted it to a couple P-90's for a thoroughly authentic vintage tone. Nice and twangy in the Bridge position, and singing like a bell in the Neck. 

It's in nice shape with a handful of small finish imperfections from normal use. There is a light bit of finish checking and light finish scratches on the headstock, as pictured. It was a factory 2nd for some reason, and thus has a "new" serial number over the old one, so I don't know the exact factory this guitar was made in. It's had a few tailpieces in its lifetime, so there are a couple plugged screw holes below the tailpiece. Not uncommon, but I had to mention it. A previous owner unfortunately glued the bridge to the top, but a tune-o-matic style bridge makes things easy. Thankfully it was glued in the exact right spot. Works great! 

This is a USED guitar that has been modified. For a ~25-year-old guitar, it's in very nice shape. It has just a couple small nicks and dings in the finish like any used guitar, but nothing major. 

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