Friday, May 18, 2012

1966 Epiphone FT45 Cortez Acoustic in Kansas City for $500

This seller is offering a vintage USA Epiphone acoustic for $500.  These USA FT45 Cortez models fly under the radar because they can easily be confused with the Epiphone acoustic models that were made in Japan from 1967 onward - those MIJ models even carried the same type of label inside that said Kalamazoo USA.  But this Cortez is a real USA built model and it is the desirable "Iced Tea burst" finish that easily sets it apart from the similar Gibson LG1's and LGO's coming out of Kalamazoo at that time.  Nice vintage guitar.


mid 60s epiphone FT45 cortez acoustic guitar vintage - $500 (zona rosa kansas city north)

Date: 2012-05-16, 11:43AM CDT
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i am selling my vintage epiphone FT45 cortez acoustic guitar. i believe it is 1966, but it could be a 65. made in kalamazoo michigan right along side of the gibsons. very good original condition. original gibson case with red plush lining. $500.00 is my bottom dollar. no shipping, no trades and cash only. thanks.

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