27 Jul Epiphone 150th-anniversary editions
Classic designs in 150th-anniversary editions
Founded in 1873 by Anastasios Stathopoulos and bought by Gibson in 1957, Epiphone is one of American’s oldest and most revered instrument makers producing acoustic and electric guitars for every style of popular music.
In celebration of Epiphone’s 150th anniversary, they have released 150th-anniversary editions of the Epiphone Sheraton, Wilshire, Crestwood Custom, and Zephyr De Luxe Regent.
From U2’s The Edge and Jimmy Hendrix to John Lee Hooker and Django Reinhardt, some of our favourite artists have made some of our favourite music on these uniquely Epiphone guitar models.
This range of 150th-anniversary models offers something special for every player in every genre that is perfect for every stage.
150th Anniversary Crestwood Custom, California Coral
The Crestwood first appeared in 1958 and it was renamed Crestwood Custom in 1959; it was Epiphone’s first two-pickup solid body electric guitar design. This is the latest limited edition anniversary model.
150th Anniversary Wilshire, Pacific Blue
This hard-rocking guitar was created in celebration of Epiphone’s 150th anniversary. From its introduction in 1959, the Wilshire has been one of Epiphone’s most successful original solid body electric guitars.
150th Anniversary Sheraton, Cherry
An elegant instrument that comes with premium electronics, including made-in-the-USA Gibson Mini Humbucker pickups.
150th Anniversary Zephyr De Luxe Regent, Aged Antique Natural
The Epiphone Zephyr De Luxe Regent was originally produced from 1948 until 1957 and was one of the world’s pre-eminent archtop guitar designs when Epiphone was Gibson’s biggest competitor.
Epiphone is proud to release the new limited edition 150th Anniversary Zephyr De Luxe Regent.
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