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  1. It sounds fantastic. Only wish the neck was wider for playability.
  2. Any idea if the Grover tuners would have been common from the factory at that time? I haven't seen a lot of those on this era guitar.
  3. It is a frontier. I don't believe it ever has had a pickguard on it. The surface refinishing was done a few years ago as somebody had scratched it. My father bought this guitar in Illinois in a guitar shop in the mid-to-late 70s. It was used then. Thanks for the info!
  4. Here's a picture link https://photos.app.goo.gl/GMkomgwSS2HGfJwXA
  5. Serial # 436141. Does that fit the 1972 era production? It has a Kalamazoo label.
  6. Thanks. This one has a brownish finish with what I'd call a Southwest style Rosetta.
  7. Anyone have any info on this guitar? Model FT-110N. Serial # 436141.
  8. Anyone have any info on this guitar? Model FT-110N. Serial # 436141.
  9. Have this Epiphone FT-110N. Serial # looks like 1962. Anyone know what the "N" stands for? Also, anyone know if Grover tuners would've been original on these?
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