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Caton EGP-1000 Prototype Electric Guitar w/ Case #25

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$4999.99

Color: Gold

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Location: Plainview NY

Hey now! You're looking at a super cool, incredibly rare and unique guitar. This is a Caton EGP-1000 Prototype electric guitar. Serial number 25. It weighs 7 lbs 14 oz. 25" scale, 1.73" nut width. Wow! Incredibly built by master luthier Kevin Caton - a well known boutique acoustic guitar luthier. I've never heard of Caton Guitars before, and Kevin was quick to respond to all my questions. I took a look at his website and he makes some of the most incredibly built acoustic guitars I've ever seen!

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Hey now! You’re looking at a super cool, incredibly rare and unique guitar.
This is a Caton EGP-1000 Prototype electric guitar.
Serial number 25.
It weighs 7 lbs 14 oz. 25″ scale, 1.73″ nut width.
Wow! Incredibly built by master luthier Kevin Caton – a well known boutique acoustic guitar luthier.
I’ve never heard of Caton Guitars before, and Kevin was quick to respond to all my questions. I took a look at his website and he makes some of the most incredibly built acoustic guitars I’ve ever seen!
This electric prototype was built as a possible option for an electric guitar for his customers.
Modeled after the legendary Les Paul Goldtop, but with his spin.
The body and neck are Honduran Mahogany, with a carved maple top.
The fingerboard and bridge are East Indian Rosewood
Handmade P90’s from Lakland/Handson electronics with knobs for Volume, Blend, and Tone.
The bridge pickup cavity has a removable bottom that gives you access to a very snug electronics cavity.
It’s in near mint condition as you can see from all the photos. Just setup, the neck is straight and the frets are clean.
Don’t miss out on an extremely rare prototype by master luthier Kevin Caton with this EGP-100
Thanks for looking!

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