The Epiphone Masterbilt EF500RCCE Acoustic Guitar has such a great tone and feel, you will not want to put it down.
The Masterbilt EF500RCCE provides you with a solid cedar top along with solid rosewood back and sides that produces the ultimate sound in warmth, projection and clarity. Built for the discriminating fingerstyle guitarist, the EF500RCC features a parlor size body. The 1 3/4 inch nut and generous cutaway allowing effortless access to the upper frets complete the package. The addition of the eSonic2 system provides a smooth, clear sound that you can take anywhere. Other features include gold hardware, set mahogany neck, and pearl diamond neck inlays for a stunning look that is bound to turn some heads.
Epiphone began building production guitars in 1928. Over the next 2 decades the company blossomed into one of the most innovative and popular guitar brands the world had ever seen. As the Banjo boom declined and the age of the Guitar progressed, Epiphone dominated the market with its Masterbilt line of guitars. Today, Epiphone continues that tradition with the exceptional Masterbilt Acoustic Series. Combining beautiful solid tonewoods and superior craftsmanship with classic appointments such as the historic Epiphone script logo and mother of pearl stickpin
inlay, the Epiphone Masterbilt Acoustic Series provides guitarists of any level with an instrument they will be proud to play.
Today’s Masterbilt Acoustic Series encompasses many of the most coveted aspects of fine guitar building for a remarkable price. Each Masterbilt guitar is constructed of the finest all solid tonewoods. The tops are braced using the 1930’s wide X bracing and extra deep scarfing to produce incredible resonance. The joints are hand fitted and glued using authentic hot hide glue, and the bridges and fingerboard are constructed of premium solid rosewood. The saddle is compensated bone, as is the nut. This premium construction is capped off with deluxe appointments including gold open backed tuners, a tapered headstock, mother-of-pearl inlays, and real abalone binding (on some models) to provide an instrument that is as impressive to look at as it is to play, feel, and hear.