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  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
  • 70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain - Guitarra
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70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst Kurt Cobain

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70´s Epiphone ET-270 Cherry Burst

Tiene todas las piezas originales. Una acción súper cómoda. Que no te engañen las pequeñas marcas que tiene. Es una guitarra impresionante y con un sonido muy especial con las pastillas de bobina simple tipo P90
Este modelo lo popularizó Kurt Cobain por ser la elegida en toda la primera etapa de Nirvana.

Salida directamente de la fabrica de Matsumoku en Japón. 

English:
This guitar was used in early 1990, the first time probably on January 20th at Legends, Tacoma, WA – at least based on the photos from LiveNirvana.com. It was then used regularly until Kurt smashed it on April 26, 1990, at Pyramid Club in New York. The guitar was also partially featured in the Sub Pop In Bloom.

The ET270 model was manufactured in Japan from 1972 to 1975, so Kurt’s guitar obviously must’ve been bought second-hand, likely sometime in early 1990 around Seattle. The guitar featured hardwood cherry red body with a bolt-on hardwood neck and rosewood fingerboard, as well as two single coil pickups.

ET-Series: The Epiphone ET Series guitars were solidbody guitars produced from 1970-1978 at the Matsumoku plant in Japan. 

In 1970, the decision was made to close down Kalamazoo production of Epiphones in favor of building them overseas in Japan. Epiphone decided to offer a new line of Japanese-built Epiphones that had more in common with other Japanese copies than previous Epiphone products. Japanese-built Epiphones generally sport a blue label that reads Epiphone, Inc. Kalamazoo, Michigan but rarely sport a Made in Japan sticker.


ET-270

  • 1970-1975

Models:

  • Model 1802T (1970-1971)
  • Model ET-270 (1972-1975)


Body:

  • Hardwood body

Neck:

  • Bolt-on hardwood neck 
  • Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays 
  • 75" scale
  • 68" nut width

Electronics:

  • Two single coil pickups 
  • 3-way toggle switch
  • Boost switch

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware 
  • Vibrato tailpiece 
  • Black pickguard
  • Stamped tuners

Colors:

  • Cherry Red