Epiphone 50th Anniversary Inspired by "1964" Caballero - Ebony No Longer Available

6-string Acoustic-electric Guitar, Limited-edition, with Mahogany Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, Rosewood Fingerboard, and Shadow Electronics - Ebony
Item ID: EECBEBNH3

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The Epiphone Caballero Is Back!

Epiphone's 50th Anniversary Inspired by 1964 Caballero acoustic-electric guitar is more than a re-production of an iconic instrument. They've taken the classic Caballero - smaller body shape, '60s SlimTaper neck and all - and updated it with modern electronics. The Shadow ePerformer amplification system lets you be stage-ready right right out of the box. An all-mahogany design coupled with the Caballero's smaller body makes it an ideal guitar for singers. See why the Caballero is a favorite among performers and collectors, call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer and get an Epiphone 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero acoustic-electric guitar today!

Epiphone 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero Acoustic-electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Classic design and select tonewoods offer a great-playing and sounding guitar
  • Stage-ready, with superior onboard electronics
  • Distinctive, classic appointments for vintage vibe
Classic design and select tonewoods offer a great-playing and sounding guitar

Epiphone's 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero brings this classic '60s acoustic design back for another generation to fall in love with. The small body and SlimTaper neck shape are comfortable to play. Select mahogany top, back, and sides deliver a warm and focused tone that is ideal for recording and solo singers. Add to this a Shadow preamp system and you're ready for what ever gig should arise. Take it from Sweetwater - the Epiphone 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero has sound and playability you want.

Stage-ready, with superior onboard electronics

Fitted with Shadow's ePerformer Tuner preamp system, the Epiphone 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero gives you get easy plug 'n' play access to great amplified acoustic guitar tone. The system gives you control over master volume, as well as treble and bass EQ, a phase button, and a built-in chromatic tuner. And powered by two 2032 lithium batteries, the Shadow ePerformer is much lighter weight and easier to maintain than older systems that use 9V batteries.

Distinctive, classic appointments for vintage vibe

The Epiphone 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero sports the classic look of a '60s guitar. The script logo on the dovewing headstock and large "E" on the pickguard let everyone know that the Caballero means business. It also features a classic dot inlays along its rosewood fingerboard and vintage-styled tuners.

Epiphone 50th Anniversary 1964 Caballero Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:
  • 50th anniversary re-production of the Epiphone Caballero
  • Small body and all-mahogany tonewoods make this a perfect guitar for singers
  • SlimTaper mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard is comfortable and smooth playing
  • Shadow ePerformer preamp system with battery indicator LED for great plugged-in sounds
  • Output jack is incorporated into the endpin
  • Epiphone's Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Gibson's 24/7/365 Customer Service
  • Shadow's 5-year worldwide parts and labor limited warranty (electronics)
Make some music history with the Epiphone 50th Anniversary Inspired by 1964 Caballero Acoustic-electric!

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Manufacturer Part Number EECBEBNH3

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See also: Acoustic-Electric Guitars, Epiphone, Epiphone 6-string Acoustic Guitars, Epiphone Acoustic / Electric Guitars