Offered for sale:
Used c1997 Epiphone Coronet Reissue.
This guitar is in very good condition showing limited playing time. There is a small but visible chip on the back of the neck.
The original Coronet was introduced in 1958 as a student guitar; Epiphone’s version of the Les Paul Jr.. The first two years having a double cutaway, hard edge body with the last of the Epiphone low output “New York” pickups. Then evolving to the thinner, rounded body with a P-90 pickup. This US production ended in the ‘70’s. The Coronet has had several “waves” of popularity since.
This guitar series of Coronets is from the mid ‘90’s and were produced in Korea. This series is unique compared to the others with its single coil and tapable humbucker pickup configuration.
Note, the OBL pickups are “Original Bill Lawrence” in name and design and manufactured in Korea.
This is a cool, lightweight 24 fret guitar that plays well and sounds good. Retro revisited!
Case not included. Cases and gig bags are available separately.
“We carefully inspect every instrument when we buy it and bring it up to our standards before we offer it for sale. We also do a full set up before we ship. If you decide to purchase this guitar, please let us know what gauge strings you prefer.”
Body material: Maple
Body shape: Double cutaway
Pickguard: White pearloid
Hardware color: Chrome
Tailpiece: Stop bar
Pickups: OBL 1 single coil and 1 humbucker (with push/pull coil tap) pickup
Fingerboard inlay material: Pearloid
Fingerboard material: Rosewood
Fingerboard position markers: Block inlays
Scale length: 24.75”
Neck material: Maple neck
Number of frets: 24
Width at nut: 1 23/32”
Tuner layout: Three-each-side
Controls: Volume control, Tone control w/coil tap, pickup selector switch
Weight: 7.6 lbs.
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