Electar Console

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Electar Solo Console

Electar Solo Console
Electar Solo Console
  • 1939-1954
  • Model HD1
  • 6, 7 & 8 string versions available

Body:

  • Rectangular maple body
  • Primavera paneled top & sides

Neck:

  • Black aluminum finger board & control plate
  • Etched bowtie fret markers
  • Epiphone logo plate on headstock

Binding:

  • Black pyralin binding

Electronics:

  • Epiphone Master pickup with adjustable pole pieces
  • 1 Vol. 1 Mastervoicer controls

Hardware:

  • Removable pickup cover/handrest
  • Black carousel knobs
  • Control knobs on opposite sides of instrument
  • Electar logo between neck & pickup
  • Open-back tuners (1939-1940)
  • Closed tuners (1941-1954)



Electar Duo Console

Electar Duo Console
Electar Duo Console
Electar Duo Console
Electar Duo Console
Electar Duo Console
Electar Duo Console
  • 1939-1958
  • Model HD2
  • Renamed Double Console 1954
  • Two 6, 7 or 8-string neck versions

Body:

  • Rectangular Rock Maple body
  • Prima Vera paneled sides

Neck:

  • Black aluminum fingerboards
  • Etched bowtie fret markers

Binding:

  • Black pyralin & White Mahogany body binding (1939-1940)
  • Tortoise shell pyralin body binding (1941-1953)
  • Heavy white ivroid body binding (1954-1958)

Electronics:

  • 2 Epiphone Masterpickups with adjustable pole pieces
  • 1 Vol. 1 Mastervoicer controls
  • 2-way selector switch
  • Controls on Mastervoicer control plate between headstocks (1938-1949)
  • Controls on Mastervoicer control plate between near bridge (1950-1953)
  • Controls between necks near bridge (1954-1958)

Hardware:

  • Nickel-plated hardware
  • Automatic string dampers
  • Aluminum nut & bridge
  • Logo plate at end of body
  • Three adjustable telescopic legs
  • Open-gear tuners (1939-1940)
  • Enclosed tuners (1941-1958)
  • Removable pickup cover/handrests
  • Double-width removable pickup cover/handrest (1938-1949)
  • 2 single-width removable pickup cover/handrest (1950-1953)
  • Individual bridge covers with Epsilon "E" logo (1954-1958)
  • Gold painted top plate (1939-1940)
  • Satin Chrome top plate (1941-1949)
  • No top plate top plate (1950-1958)
  • Case included

Colors:

  • Blonde
  • Shaded



Electar Triple-Neck Console

Electar Triple-Neck Console
Electar Triple-Neck Console
  • 1950-1958
  • Model HT1 & 2
  • Renamed Triple Console 1954
  • Two 6, 7 or 8-string neck versions

Body:

  • Rectangular Rock Maple body
  • Prima Vera paneled sides

Neck:

  • Black aluminum fingerboards
  • Etched bowtie fret markers

Binding:

  • Tortoise shell celluloid body binding

Electronics:

  • 2 Epiphone Masterpickups with adjustable pole pieces
  • 1 Vol. 1 Mastervoicer controls
  • 3-way selector switch
  • Controls between necks near bridge
  • Automatic string dampers

Hardware:

  • Nickel-plated hardware
  • No top plate
  • Aluminum nut & bridge
  • Individual tortoise shell celluloiod bridge covers
  • Enclosed tuners
  • Logo plate at end of body
  • Three adjustable telescopic legs
  • Case included

Colors:

  • Blonde (HT1)
  • Shaded (HT2)



Electar Grande

Electar Grande Joe Maize 1951
Electar Grande
Joe Maize 1951
  • 1939-1949
  • Collapsable stand/case
  • Equipped with Solo or Duo Console lap steel guitar

Body:

  • Prima Vera wood
  • Black striped edges

Case:

  • Removable rubber-tired wheels with brakes
  • End pieces join to form carrying case
  • Available with Zephyr or Dreadnaught amplifier

Cover:

  • Heavy duck cloth reinforced with leather
  • Waterproof
  • Fleece lined
  • Zipper fitted



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