Epiphones carry a lively history in their name. It starts in Manhattan’s lower East side, home to many Greek and Italian immigrants. Epi Stathopoulo, part of a family of Greek immigrants, took over the family luthier business in 1923. Thriving in the heart of the New York music scene, Epi and his siblings hosted jam sessions for the city's top players. His brand, originally named, “House of Stathopoulo” truly was a space where culture thrived. His greatest interest banjos, became the main focus of Epihone production and resulted in the development and progression of banjos today. The highest rivalry of Epiphone Gibson, eventually became a partnership that still persists.
In our stock of recycled refurbished instruments, we carry everything from the most modern designs to old