This 1965 Epiphone Coronet in Cherry is in on consignment. The vintage electric guitar weighs in at 5 lbs 11 oz. It comes loaded with a single P-90 pickup in the bridge, housed under a metal cover. The chunky mahogany neck is topped with a Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard. The neck is straight, the original frets still have some good life left in them, and the truss rod is functioning properly. Included with the guitar is the original chipboard case.
This is one cool Vintage Guitar! Ultra-Light-Weight thanks to a thin mahogany body, this beast is NOT light on tone! The single P-90 in the bridge absolutely rips or purrs depending on your setup. A master volume and master tone control allows you to shape your tone as needed.
The neck is made from mahogany and topped with a Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard as was the style at the time. The neck is carved to a U profile that is nice and deep but the thin nut width makes it rather manageable no matter the size of your hands. The neck measure in at .882" at the 1st fret and 1.04" at the 12th fret. The original frets are still installed, they are low at the moment (heck they were low, to begin with) allowing this thing to play incredibly fast!
Nobody treats used guitars as we do at The Music Gallery! Every trade-in goes through an inspection, cleaning, restring and set up before being put out on sale. We even put guitars with bad frets through our Plek machine if need be. If this service piques your interest learn more here or give us a call!