Allen Woody Rumblekat

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Epiphone Allen Woody
Epiphone Allen Woody

Allen Woody, (October 3, 1955 – August 26, 2000) was bass guitarist best known for his tenure in the rock groups The Allman Brothers Band, Gov't Mule, The Artimus Pyle Band, The Peter Criss Band, Blue Floyd, and Montage

Woody, who passed away in August 2000, was an avid collector of vintage Epiphone basses, and this signature model combines the features that Woody found best for playing in his aggressive, rumbling style. It has a semi-hollow, single-cutaway, archtop body similar to that of Epiphone's Kat Series but without f-holes. The neck is a 30" short scale for easier play. Mini-humbucking pickups in the neck and middle position deliver a warm tone.


Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat
Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat
Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat
Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat
  • Designed with Allen Woody


  • Mahogany archtop body
  • Semi-hollow chambered construction
  • 5-ply maple top
  • No F-holes


  • Set mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
  • Allen Woody's signature on headstock
  • 12" fingerboard radius
  • 20 frets
  • 30" scale
  • 1.62" nut width


  • 3-ply body
  • Single-ply neck


  • 2 NYT Bass mini-humbuckers in the neck and middle positions
  • 2 Vol. 1 Tone controls


  • Gold hardware
  • 3-point adjustable bridge
  • Amber bell knobs
  • 17: sealed tuners


  • Wine Red (WR)

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