Here's a 1962 Epiphone Coronet. This is a real (vintage) Coronet, not one of the new reissues, that we had refinished by Pat Murry of Coop guitars. Pat always does incredible work! The checking from the nitro gives it a killer vintage look and vibe. Both the body and neck are refinished, along with portions of the headstock. The guitar came to us with the finish stripped, in which we then sent it off to be refinished. The original black finish where the logo and serial number are, have not been refinished over. There was still some original black finish on the headstock. Parts wise....The body and neck are original, along with the decal. All the rest of the parts are repro, including a fantastic sounding Seymour Duncan Antiquity P-90. The neck is butter! Medium C profile neck, with low action. Frets are in good shape. Super cool piece here!! HSC included...

Weight- 5lbs 9oz

Nut Width- 1 11/16"

Before shipping, all guitars & basses receive a fresh, deep clean, along with a pro setup to your spec's! We are an appointment only store. All instruments are handled by SS Vintage employees only.

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SS Vintage

SS Vintage

Very Good
7 Years
SS Vintage
George Coutretsis
Chicago, Illinois
11:46 AM
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm Appointment Only

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For shipping, we use UPS, with all packages being fully insured. For International shipping, please message us directly, with your city and postal code, for a quote. Shipping rates do not include VAT and/or import taxes, which vary from country to country. The buyer is responsible for that cost. Arrival times will also vary from country to country. Every guitar is professionally setup and expertly packed!

We offer a 3 day approval period on all instruments from the time you receive the item. Customer is responsible for shipping instrument back if it's not the one for them.