Here is a super rare and original 1965 Epiphone Crestwood Custom in original Golden Mist Poly finish. This was a custom color by Gibson in the 1960s that is very rare and was typically reserved for Firebirds. It is documented in vintage Gibson paperwork. This Epiphone is a very rare example as Epiphone's would typically not receive custom finishes.

Guitar plays and sounds killer. It has a slim neck that is playing great with a nice tight feel in every position. Original Gibson ABR-1 bridge and trem arm working great. Original Mini-Humbuckers sound amazing with a warm, full tone!

Guitar has honest signs of wear but no cracks or breaks or issues. Looks amazing with the perfect amount of vibe.

Comes with a vintage hard case which we got the guitar in, it is period correct 1960s.

Rivington Guitars

Rivington Guitars

Golden Mist Poly
23 Years
Rivington Guitars
Howie Statland
New York, NY
11:16 AM
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We accept Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, money order, and personal check (items sent after check clears). Please be advised, all credit card orders are subject to a 3% re-stocking fee. Cash, check or money order is exempt from this fee.

We use UPS ground for shipping. We can work out overnight shipping on a case by case basis. Buyer pays all shipping charges.

All Sales Final. The only exception is internet sales. Please make sure you get an in-hand description for guitars purchased via the internet. 24 hour approval period on internet sales. After 24 hours, no returns. Buyer assumes all shipping charges. If we agree to a return, as in an internet sale, instruments must be returned in the condition they were sent. Shipping costs will be deducted from the return, and buyer will assume these costs. If we accept a return there will also be a 5% re-stocking fee. All merchandise sold is in used - as is condition. All sales final. If there is an exception made on any return over 24 hours, there will be a 15% re-stocking fee to the customer. No returns whatsoever on guitar parts.