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|Spruce top with mahogany back and sides.
|1st .92" 9th 1.03"
|Three piece laminate maple/walnut set neck with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays. Truss rod adjustable at the neck heel.
|The non-original case is structurally secure with some cosmetic wear.
|This Epiphone has average wear for its age.
-There is weather checking throughout the body, headstock, and neck heel.
-The body has scratches, dents, buckle rash, finish chips, and some finish damage around the bridge.
-The neck has scratches, dents, cash rash, some areas of worn finish from playing, and finish chips.
|This Zenith plays great with low action and light neck relief. The truss rod is adjustable, and the frets are in good shape. The serial number and mahogany back and sides suggest that this guitar was produced in early 1949 (Epiphone began producing this model with maple back and sides in late 1949).