IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This item can only be delivered to UK addresses.
Don't let the small size of this acoustic Guitar fool you - the solid Sitka Spruce top and parlour size body are capable of producing an vintage tone you'll fall in love with.
Call it a "Parlor" guitar or a "Blues" box, the original L-00 from the 1930's and '40's has inspired many with its friendly shorter-scale and small comfortable size... yet big acoustic tone. Originally, along with its L-0 and L-1 siblings, the L-00 was produced as an "economy line" guitar, featuring a smaller size and lighter construction... and though it was discontinued in 1945, the L-00 grew in legend over the years thanks to music superstars such as Blues progenitor Robert Johnson.
Like its vintage Gibson ancestors, the Epiphone L-00 features a Solid Sitka Spruce top that actually will improve in tone as it ages and is played. The smaller, (15.5" wide at lower bout) L-00 body is Mahogany and is set with a hand-fitted dovetail neck joint using premium Titebond glue. The Mahogany neck and body combined with the solid Spruce top make for the perfect combination of tone, warmth and brilliance with much larger volume than you would expect from a smaller guitar.
Other features on Epiphone's EL-00 include a solid Rosewood bridge and Rosewood fingerboard with period-correct basic "dot" inlay. Protecting the top from pick marks is a deluxe pickguard with historic metal "E" logo. It is available only in the iconic Vintage Sunburst finish (of course!) and is detailed with premium 14:1 ratio Grover machine heads with small, vintage style metal tuner buttons.