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Closeup of the cutaway of a vintage (late 1940s-early 1950s) Epiphone Emperor cutaway hollow-body semi-acoustic (jazz-style) guitar, with natural finish and added vintage Gibson Johnny Smith pickup.

Photo taken December 3, 2007.

Photo by Flickr user: vintageguitarz. Photo used by the kind permission of Flickr user: vintageguitarz (see below for email granting permission).

Source of photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/13379117@N04/2085116539/

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  • From: Wikipedia user: Badagnani
  • To: Flickr user: vintageguitarz
  • Date: 19 Dec 07, 8.24PM EST
  • Subject: Your Epiphone cutaway photo

Hello, I'm one of the thousands of volunteer editors at the English-language Wikipedia, where I write articles about various musical instruments. I just came across your very nice photo of an Epiphone's cutaway, and I see that we don't yet have a good photo of a tenor guitar at the article about cutaway guitars.


I wonder if you might consider allowing your photo to be uploaded to the "Cutaway (guitar)" Wikipedia article, as the representative photo for this type of guitar.


As per Wikipedia's policies, the photo would need to be released under a "free" license such as the Creative Commons, meaning that the photo could be reused by anyone for any reason (including educational, commercial, or any other use), although it would be specified that credit is given to you and a link made to your Flickr page. Wikipedia is now the eighth most visited website in the world, so you'd probably get a lot of views.

To see how I uploaded another photo that a Flickr user gave their permission to use, here (just click on the photo to see the credit and permission):


Would you please let me know if you'd be amenable to this? Thank you, and all the best,


Wikipedia user: Badagnani

Email granting permission

  • From: Flickr user: vintageguitarz
  • To: Wikipedia user: Badagnani
  • Date: 19 Dec 07, 8.45PM EST
  • Subject: Re: Your Epiphone cutaway photo

Hi, this would be fine with me. Please let me know when you put it up.


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