After Gibson purchased Epiphone in 1957, it began to update a number of older Epiphone acoustic models to be more in line with current Gibson production. The F-110 was one such guitar that was rebranded the F-110 Fronteir in 1958. The F-110 was made with Maple back and sides and seven-ply top binding. Starting in 1962, this guitar was outfitted with an adjustable saddle in the bridge like many other Gibson-made flattops. 

Years of Production: 1958 - 1970

Body Style: Dreadnought

Wood Composition: Maple back and sides, Spruce top, Rosewood fingerboard

Design Elements: 25 1/2-inch scale length, bound fingerboard, adjustable bridge saddle, large pointed pickguard with Western design, block inlays

Product Specs

  • FT-110 Frontier
  • Sunburst
  • 1964
Made In
  • United States

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