Description

Look at this super clean 1967 Epiphone Al Caiola Standard in Cherry! In the early 1960s, Gibson released several Artist-endorsed guitars, but their newly purchased subsidiary Epiphone had yet to take the plunge. Until 1963, when famous session musician and guitarist Al Caiola was Epiphone’s first artist endorsee, with his model coming out that very year! This model stands out with its use of “Tonexpressor” switches, a 25-½” scale length, a jack on the side of the body, and a trapeze-style tailpiece featuring a white plastic engraved plate. This particular guitar has a highly comfortable neck with a nice 1-11/16 nut width, and these two chrome dog-eared P-90s sound fantastic in basically every switch position! This guitar is entirely original, while it has a newer hardshell case. 

Overall Condition: 9.5, very light weather checking


Specifications

  • finish_details Cherry, Original, Great Condition with light weather checking
  • body_material Maple Laminate
  • neck_material Mahogany
  • fretboard_material Rosewood
  • neck_profile Medium C
  • weight 6 lbs 6 oz
  • scale_length 25-1/2"
  • pickup_readings N/A
  • tubes
  • speakers
  • electronics Original, Untouched
  • nut_width 1-11/16"
  • hardware Original, Great Condition with light playwear
  • includes Non-Original Black Hardshell Case with plum lining
  • year
Well Strung Guitars

Well Strung Guitars

1967
Epiphone
Excellent
Cherry
5 Years
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Well Strung Guitars
Well Strung Team
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Farmingdale, New York
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Upon receipt, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you must notify WSG within 24 hours. We will refund your money as soon as the merchandise is returned to us in the same condition as when it shipped out. The customer is responsible for all shipping, insurance, and bank fees that may be incurred throughout the return process. All returns must be packaged in the same materials that the guitar was sent out to ensure the safety of the instrument. All claims regarding loss or damage are the responsibility of the purchaser.