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Emperor Swingster
Swing Like a Pro with the NEW Epiphone Swingster!
The Emperor Swingster is our dazzling go-to rockabilly, jazz and rock hollowbody classic. It features Epiphone SwingBucker™ pickups with classic Alnico-V magnets, Grover® machine heads, a LockTone™ Tune-o-matic bridge, and best of all, a licensed B30 Bigsby® with original style "wire" handle as preferred by "Certified Guitar Player" and legend Chet Atkins.

World famous for making some of the best and most innovative hollow-body guitars, Epiphone conjures up some of its past with the Emperor Swingster. Starting with the same body and neck as used on their Emperor-II guitar and made famous by the jazz master himself, Joe Pass, Epiphone swings into action and turns it into a serious twangin', rock-a-billy slingin', country flingin' machine!

And Epiphone stands behind every guitar they make with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and Gibson 24/7/365 Customer Service. If you're ready for a professional guitar with unique features and a killer price tag, swing into a new Emperor Swingster today.
PRODUCT FEATURES
  • Swingbucker™ pickups
  • Grover® 14:1 ratio machine head
  • Bigsby® B30 tremelo
SPECIFICATIONS
Bodymaples with maple Outer Veneer
TopSelect Spruce
NeckHard maple
Scale24.75”
HeadstockEpiphone ‘Clipped Ear’
Neck Profile14”
Fretboardpearloid rectangular blocks
Frets20 Medium Jumbo
Nut Width1.68”
Neck PickupSwingbucker™ with Alnico V magnets
Bridge PickupSwingbucker™ Plus with Alnico V magnets
ControlsTwo push/pull Tone controls allow you to change each pickup's output individually from parallel to series wiring
Bridge“Pinned” Tune-O-Matic Bridge with gold saddles
TailpieceBigsby® B30
HardwareNickel
TunersGrover® 14:1 ratio
ColorSunrise Orange (OR), Translucent Black (TB), Wine Red (WR)
Typical Weight (+/- 5%)7.3 lbs
StringsD’Addario® 11, 14, 19 (wound) 30, 41, 52
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