VINTAGE 60 Epiphone (Gibson) Olympic !

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VINTAGE 60 Epiphone (Gibson) Olympic !

Postby Greggman » Mon Jul 05, 2010 3:21 am

Made in the Gibson Factory in Kalamazoo, the Epiphone Olympic >> MOJO!
All original . Brazilian Rosewood fretboard! It sounds & plays great. Set up by Don Butler http://www.tone-man.com
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No trades & w original ss case > CLICK THIS
THESE VINTAGE EPIPHONES ARE GOING UP AND UP
IN VALUE JUST LIKE THE JUNIOR MARKET DID 3 YEARS AGO.
DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE AND STRIKE WHILE THE IRONS HOT!

Nice checking from the Nitros lacquer. All original finish. Not too bad fading either!
The frets are brilliant and the guitar plays just as meaty as any 1960 Les Paul Special
double cutaway. Its very similar in size and weight to our 63 SG Junior. These guitars
were made as Epiphones versions of the Les Paul and SG Specials and also the
Juniors and came off the same production line and Factories.
These have become very sought after in recent years. 1 piece
mahogany body & has a nice fatter neck to other one I have
with "single" cutaway. More rare than the Melody Maker. You
can put Lollar P90s, or Guitar fetish, or Curt Novaks innit if
you want to take it to the next level!! 8-)
$1200
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Re: VINTAGE 60 Epiphone (Gibson) Olympic !

Postby Greggman » Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:28 am

sold
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