This is a nice looking and sounding guitar from Epiphone. The EC-25 model is one of the top lines in early 1970s featuring solid top cedar top and rosewood back and side. Back then, those models were made in Japan.
This guitar has been well played with some marks and nicks, but nothing deep down to the wood. It sounds very warm and has a good vintage tune. There is a slight gap under the bridge and I can slide the corner of a paper sheet underneath, but the gap is very small. No need to re-glue the bridge at this point and doesn't affect the sound quality if the guitar is under heat and humidity control.There are not much saddle room to be lower if lower action height preferred. The current action height is very comfortable at most players. Other than that, the guitar is in excellent condition. The neck shows some relief but within normal range at this age. Top: Solid red cedar (tight grain). Back/sides/bridge: Indian rosewood (could be laminated). Tuner set: original gold plated tuner. Soundboard bracing pattern: traditional Spanish 7-fans (Ramirez). Scale length: 650 mmNut/saddle: bone with 52 mm nut width. String height at 12th fret: 8/64" at low E and 7/64" high E. Saddle has not much room to be lower at both ends. Case: chipboard case or vintage hard case at additional cost. All reasonable offers and questions will be handled to the best of my capability. Thanks for looking and happy ebaying. The item "1970s Japanese made Epiphone classical guitar with chipcase excellent condition" is in sale since Saturday, May 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Acoustic Guitars". The seller is "taoacu2000" and is located in Comstock Park, Michigan.
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