Epiphone Catalog 1935

The Epiphone catalog of 1935 presented an extensive array of stringed instruments that catered to a wide range of musicians. This catalog highlighted Epiphone’s dedication to quality and craftsmanship, featuring a selection of guitars, mandolins, and other stringed instruments. Each product was showcased with precision, revealing the detailed workmanship that went into every curve and fret.

Epiphone Catalog 1935

The “Electar Electric Musical Instruments” from 1935 showcased Epiphone’s pioneering efforts in the electric guitar market.

Epiphone 1935 Electar

Epiphone’s “Handmade Sorrentino Guitars,” published in the Chicago Musical Instruments Co. catalog in 1935, illustrated another aspect of the company’s products. The Sorrentino line represented Epiphone’s commitment to traditional acoustic craftsmanship, with each guitar handmade to ensure superior acoustic quality and playability. Aimed at professional musicians and discerning amateurs alike, the Sorrentino guitars were celebrated for their rich tones and elegant designs.

Epiphone 1935 Sorrentino Hand Made Guitars

Throughout the year, Epiphone’s product adverts and flyers of 1935 kept the music community informed and excited about its offerings. These promotional materials were distributed widely, emphasizing the high quality of Epiphone instruments and their suitability for all levels of musical engagement, from concert stages to informal gatherings.

Epiphone 1935 Product Adverts & Flyers

To all who have taken the time to explore the rich history and exquisite craftsmanship represented in the Epiphone catalogs of 1935, we extend our heartfelt thanks. Your interest in the legacy of Epiphone’s stringed instruments helps to keep the spirit of this historic brand alive and resonant through the ages.