Windsor Mandolin

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Windsor

Epiphone Windsor
Epiphone Windsor
  • 1932-1935
  • Symmetrical 2-point body

Body:

  • Carved spruce top
  • Curly maple back & sides
  • Segmented f-holes

Neck:

  • Set 5-piece maple/mahogany neck with volute
  • Fingerboard with treble-side extension
  • Ebony fingerboard with diamond & dot inlays (1932-1933)
  • Rosewood fingerboard with diagonal 4-point star inlays (1934-1936)
  • Diamond & dot fingerboard inlays
  • Masterbilt headstock with banner logo
  • 13.875" scale

Binding:

  • 3-ply top & back binding
  • 3-ply headstock binding on top & back

Hardware:

  • Gold hardware
  • Raised celluloid pickguard with binding

Colors:

  • Sunburst



Windsor Special

Epiphone Windsor
Epiphone Windsor Headstock
Epiphone Windsor Special Epiphone Windsor 1937-1948
Epiphone Windsor Special
Epiphone Windsor 1937-1948
  • 1934-1948
  • Windsor Special (1934-1936)
  • Renamed to The Windsor (1937-1948)
  • Asymmetrical f-style body

Body:

  • Carved spruce top
  • Maple back & sides
  • Curly maple back & sides (1934-1935)
  • Flame maple back & sides (1936-1948)
  • Segmented f-holes (1932-1933)
  • Standard f-holes with square edges at each corner (1934-1938)

'Neck:

  • Set 5-piece maple/mahogany neck with volute
  • Fingerboard with treble-side extension
  • Ebony fingerboard with with diagonal 4-point star inlays (1934-1938)
  • Rosewood fingerboard with slotted-block inlays (1939-1948)
  • Diamond & dot fingerboard inlays
  • Masterbilt tombstone headstock
  • Masterbilt banner logo (1934-1938)
  • Pearl script logo with vine inlay (1939-1948)
  • 13.875" scale

Binding:

  • 3-ply top & back binding
  • 3-ply headstock binding on top & back

Hardware:

  • Gold hardware
  • Raised celluloid pickguard with binding

Colors:

  • Sunburst



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