Epi B-10

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Epiphone Epi B-10
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Epiphone Epi B-10
Epiphone Epi B-10
Epiphone Epi B-10
Epiphone Epi B-10

In 1979, a new sub-budget line of acoustic flat-tops appeared briefy, bearing the "Epi" brand. These guitars were made by the Marina company in Taiwan, in the city of Chaunyin, just outside of Taoyuan. The Epi line of instruments was offered as a "student guitar" and consisted of two folk-body models, two classical models and four dreadnought models, as well as an entry-level banjo. Due to lack of popularity and quality issues, the original Epi line was discontinued by 1980.

The retail price was $159.95 for the A-12, and $129.95 for the A-10. Both models were available in "N" (natural) finish only

See also:

  • 1979-1980
  • Made in Tawain


  • Mahognay back & sides
  • 11" head diameter


  • 1-piece mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with diamond & dot inlays
  • Geared 5th string peg
  • 22 frets
  • 26.25" scale
  • 1.8125" nut width


  • Laminated white body binding


  • Chrome hardware
  • Ebony bridge with maple bridge base
  • Quick change tailpiece

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