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
22 Years
Rivington Guitars
Howie Statland
New York, NY
3:45 AM
We are open every day! Monday-Saturday 12p.m.-8p.m. Sunday 12pm-6pm

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.