Here's a super cool Epiphone guitar, the "new" Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century Model. You may have seen James Bay with an original one of these..
Here's what Epiphone have to say about the "Inspired by 1966 Century"
"Epiphone presents the new Inspired by "1966" Century electric guitar, a faithful reissue of the classic thinline all-hollowbody archtop featuring the new Epiphone P-90 PRO single-coil pickup. The "1966" Century is available in both a Cherry and Vintage Sunburst Aged Gloss Finish.
Historic Epiphone Century Story
In Epiphone history, the "Century" name goes all the way back to the 1930s big band era, when the "House of Stathopoulo" was making some of the best archtops ever made. And when Epiphone merged with Gibson and moved its productions to Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1957, the Century was reborn as a popular thinline archtop, similar to a Casino or a "335" but with a slightly smaller body and a single P-90 pickup."
Finish: Aged Gloss
Hardware: Aged Nickel
Top: Laminated Maple
Body: Laminated Maple
Neck Profile: Rounded "C" shape
Pickup: Epiphone P-90 PRO
Control: Master Volume & Master Tone
Output Jack: 1/4"
Truss Rod: Dual-Action
Truss Rod Cover: Black PVC "Bullet"; 2-layer; Vintage "E" in White
Neck Joint: Glued-In
Fingerboard Inly: Pearloid "Dots"
Headstock: Historic Sloped Dovewing with gold "Epiphone" logo
Machine Heads: Wilkinson Vintage 3-in-a-row with plastic Ivory buttons; 14: 1 ratio
Frets: 20; Medium
Nut Width: 1.65" (42mm)
Scale Length: 25.5"
Strings: D'Addario; 10-46
Bridge: Floating Adjustable; Rosewood
Tailpiece: Historic Epiphone Trapeze
Body Top - 1-Layer
Body Back - 1-Layer
Fingerboard - None
Headstock - None "F" holes - None
Pickguard: White PVC with foil "E"; 3-layer (White/Black/White)
Color Finish: Cherry,Vintage Sunburst
Optional: 1960s Century Hard Case
Label: 1960s Era Replica Blue Soundhole Label