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Vintage 1970s Epiphone ET-288N Bass, gloss Natural finish, rare instrument made in Japan & introduced by Epiphone at the 1974 Houston NAMM Show as their top-of-the-line bass. Neck through body construction similar to Gibson's Thunderbird & Rickenbacker's 4000 basses. Figured Maple body, large Maple neck w/ center walnut strip, slab Rock Maple fretboard, vintage P-style bridge, 2 humbucker pickups w/ individual volume & tone controls & 3-way switch. Very nice vintage condition. Includes non-original but unique and very cool "alligator" hardshell case.
Rare vintage bass with Bi-Pole MFD bass humbucking pickups & "Locktight" bridge, both developed and patented by Leo Fender(the "L" in G&L). Controls mounted on a black powder-coated panel: black mini-toggle at top is 3-way pickup selector, red mini-toggle is parallel/series bass boost switch. Pickups in parallel(switch towards bridge) allows use of the pickup selector switch - in series (towards the nut), both pickups are always on except pickup selector switch becomes a standby switch in up position. White mini-toggle switches between high- and low-impedance mode. The latter setting engages the preamp - battery compartment is on the back. Non-original hardshell case in great shape.