2011 Epiphone Nighthawk Custom Reissue Single Cutaway (Trans Amber)
Like the rest of the lineup of now classic models first introduced by Gibson, including the Flying-V, the Explorer, and even the now epic-ally popular Les Paul, the Nighthawk was far from an overnight success. Back in 1993, when the Nighthawk first hit the scene, its 25-1/2" scale, coil-tap-able humbuckers, and angular single cutaway body shape (a departure from Gibson's traditional style) were less than thrilling to many diehard Gibson players. After 18 years, many of the same guitarists who originally snubbed the Nighthawk have come to realise how cool this unique instrument is.
The Epiphone Nighthawk Custom Reissue lets you join in the celebration, with this unbelievably affordable model. You'll love the way your fingers race across the Nighthawk Custom Reissue's SlimTaper D-shape neck. Its pair of 4-wire humbuckers and blazing hot NSX single-coil pickup give you a wide tonal palette, and its "String-Thru Body" bridge design provides plenty of sustain. If you're looking for an instrument that will let you explore an incredible range of natural tone, then you're going to love the Nighthawk Custom Reissue from Epiphone!
Good used condition as pictured with basic light signs of wear from general use. Given a basic setup, restring and service prior to listing. Two small holes on the side as pictured, looks like something was mounted there at some point.
Domestic - We offer a courier service Australia wide on our guitars! All prices include insurance for loss/damage along with industrial packaging to ensure your guitar arrives safely.
International - We ship worldwide almost as often as we ship domestically. We use EMS or UPS express services depending on the destination.
We only offer returns on faulty or broken items, not if you change your mind. All guitars are thoroughly tested here and we'll do our best to list any known troubles in the condition section above.
Click & Collect and local pickup available from our store at 14/33 College Street, Gladesville, Sydney.