Epiphone Masterbilt Century Zenith Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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Epiphone Masterbilt Century Zenith Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Reach the pinnacle of tone with the Epiphone Zenith. This Masterbilt archtop's unique shape yields a full voice, making it a great choice for rhythm players.

Epiphone Masterbilt Century Zenith Classic Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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Feature: What it does:
Arched spruce top Responsive, balanced tone; great projection
Laminated maple back/sides Even tone with great sustain
Ebony fretboard Dark color, tight grain; premium fretboard wood
Epiphone eSonic preamp system Includes volume, 2-band EQ and phase switch
- Finish: Aged Gloss
- Hardware: Aged Nickel
- Top: Solid Spruce; Longitudinal Bracing
- Body: Laminated Flame Maple
- Body Dimensions:
- Lower Bout = 16"
- Upper Bout = 11.6"
- Waist = 9.4"
- Body Length = 20.125"
- Neck: 5-pc Laminated; Hard Maple/Mahogany
- Neck Profile: Rounded "C" shape
- Preamp: eSonic HD (High Definition)
- Controls: Master Volume & Master EQ
- Pickup: Shadow NanoFlex HD; Under-saddle
- Power: 9 Volt Battery
- Output Jack: 1/4"
- Truss Rod: Dual-Action
- Truss Rod Cover: Black PVC "Bullet"; 1-layer
- Neck Joint: Dovetail; Glued-In
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Fretboard Inlay: Pearloid "Falling Snowflakes"
- Headstock: Historic Epiphone Dovewing with Pearloid "Banner" logos
- Tuners: Historic Epiphone Reissue Tuners with Marboloid "Crown" buttons; Improved to 18:1 ratio
- Frets: 20; Medium
- Nut: Bone
- Nut Width: 1.69" (43mm)
- Scale Length: 25.5"
- Strings: Cleartone; 12-53
- Bridge: Floating Adjustable; Ebonoid
- Saddle: Compensated; Artificial Bone
- Tailpiece: Historic Epiphone Trapeze

Binding:
- Body Top: 3-Layer
- Body Back: 3-Layer
- Fingerboard: 1-Layer
- "F" Hole: 2-Layer
- Pickguard: Imitation Tortoise; Shipped unattached with mounting hardware included
- Strap Buttons: Yes
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-4GIBSON
(1 ratings)
Submitted February 2, 2018 by David G in Lancaster, PA
"Great guitar!"
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First,this guitar is made using modern materials but on a 1930’s blueprint,meaning it has the smaller frets and thicker neck prevalent during that period. I have no problem with either as I’ve played many older guitars and I’ve adapted just fine to each of their little quirks. After unpacking the guitar I let it sit for a few hours to settle in,during another life I worked in a music store and I remember one of the workers unpacking a brand new Gibson Les Paul goldtop after being shipped during a freezing spell and the finish immediately checked (!) so I’ve been paranoid ever since.Anyways,after tuning it to standard,the action is very good and I haven’t had to touch anything adjustment wise. If you are used to hard strumming and percussive playing this might not be the one for you,but for fast runs and a light touch no other acoustic I own will touch it. It’s not as loud as my Taylor(few are) but it’s action approaches my old Les Paul and it has a really good pickup system for playing plugged in,so I’m going to give this thing two thumbs up! The inlays are done better than most I’ve seen and all the frets are done right. This guitar is definitely worth it.
Musical Background:
Playing 45+ years
Musical Style:
Played literally all styles
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