Electar Coronet Amplifier

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1939-40 Epiphone Electar Logo
Epiphone Electar Logo

The Electar Coronet outfit was designed as an entry-level package at the lowest price-point offered by Epiphone at the time while maintaining the quality and standards of the the higher priced outfits. The Coronet Amplifier was part of the Coronet Outfit that included the Coronet Spanish archtop guitar or Coronet Hawaiian Lap Steel guitar, Masterbilt fleece-lined case and an instrument cable. The Electar Coronet Outfit was also offered in both Spanish and Hawaiian versions.

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1939-1940 Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier Front 1939-1940 Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier Back
1939-1940 Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier Front
1939-1940 Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier Back
1939-40 Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier
1941-1949 Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier

Specifications:

  • 1939-1949

Power:

  • AC only

Speakers:

  • 10" Rola speaker

Inputs:

  • Two inputs

Controls:

  • Controls on back of amp
  • Volume control
  • On/off switch
  • Fuse mount

Chassis:

  • Mounted in a square wooden case
  • Removable back plate
  • Carved Electar "E" grille design
  • Tan grille cloth
  • Carrying handle on top of amp

Chassis Variations:

  • Covered wooden housing (1939-1940)
  • Uncovered stained-wood housing (1941-1949)
  • Square-cornered housing (1939-1940)
  • Rounded-corner housing (1941-1949)
  • Cloth handle (1939-1940)
  • Metal handle (1941-1949)

Includes:

  • Part of the Electar Coronet Outfit
  • Not sold seperately



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