EPIPHONE CENTURY SERIES

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EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)

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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)

The Epiphone Century E422T model was introduced in 1958 following Gibson's purchase of the Epiphone company (although the Century model had been around since 1939). It was a thinline hollow bodied electric. As with other Epiphone electrics, the peghead style changed over the course of the 1960s: in 1961 the plate was removed from the headstock. The pickup was also changed in 1961 from the NY humbucker pickup to a P-90 and the pickguard color changed from tortoiseshell to white. A three-quarter sized Century was also available from 1961 to 1967.

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Specifications:

ModelImageFinish colorsFinish effectsMade inBindingNumber of stringsScale length
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
amber finish, red finishsunburst finishUSAwhite binding6 strings25.5 inches scale-length
ModelTone controlsVolume controls
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
1 tone control1 volume control
ModelPickups brand and modelPickups configuration
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
Epiphone New York pickup(s), Gibson P-90 pickup(s)1 pickup
ModelBody widthHollow bodyPickguard material
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
16.375 inches bodyhollow bodytortoiseshell pickguard
ModelBridgeHardware colorTailpiece
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
rosewood bridgenickel hardwaretrapeze tailpiece
ModelFingerboard position markers
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
dot fingerboard position markers
ModelNeck widthTuner layout
EPIPHONE CENTURY (1939-1957 MODELS)
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EPIPHONE CENTURY (E422T)
1958 to 1969
1.68 inches wide at nutthree-each-side