Epiphone ET-280 1972-1975 Cherry

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Epiphone ET-280

The Epiphone ET Series guitars were solidbody basses produced during the 1970s by the Matsumoku company in Japan.
In 1970, the decision was made to close down Kalamazoo production of Epiphones in favor of building them overseas in Japan. Epiphone decided to offer a new line of Japanese-built Epiphones that had more in common with other Japanese copies than previous Epiphone products. 

This one is in really good condition and sports a real thick meaty neck, that still manages to feel easy to play and it packs a serious punch when you plug it in.

Model: ET-280 (1972-1975)
Body style: Double cutaway
Neck: 3-piece hardwood bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood with dot inlays
Scale: 30.5"
Pickups: 2 single-coil bass pickups
Controls: 1 Vol. 1 Tone. 3-way selector switch
Bridge: Adjustable bridge with a foam rubber mute piece and bridge cover
Tuners: Closed-back
Pickguard: 2-ply
Weight: 3.98kg
Color: Cherry

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