Epiphone Casino Sunburst 1965

6-String Hollow Body Electric Guitar with Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard. Made in the USA.
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Epiphone Casino Sunburst 1965

Vintage

Description & Specs

The following specs were carefully collected and recorded by a skilled technician. For a more detailed description and questions regarding sound, feel, or cosmetic condition, please visit our Lincoln Avenue showroom or call to speak to one of our Used and Vintage experts.
Finish Details: The neck and headstock face have been oversprayed to conceal a headstock repair. The body finish is original
Body Material: Maple Body
Neck Material: Mahogany Neck
Fingerboard Material: Brazilian Rosewood
Neck Profile: "C" profile
Neck Thickness (IN): .78" (1st fret), .98" (12th fret)
Fingerboard Radius: 10.00"
Nut Width: 1-5/8"
Scale Length: 24 3/4"
Neck Details: Set-in mahogany neck with bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard, parallelogram inlays, and headstock truss rod adjustment. There is a repaired headstock break, and the neck and headstock face have been oversprayed. The neck appears to have been refretted in the past.
Electronics: Original P90 pickups and original wiring harness, with 3-way toggle switch and volume/tone controls for each pickup. The pot codes are obscured by solder, but are original to the instrument.
Pickup Measurements: 8.9k (neck), 8.1k (bridge)
Hardware: The pickguard bracket and tuners are not original.
Weight: 6lbs 2oz
Modifications/Repairs: Headstock repair. Refret. Neck and headstock face have been oversprayed. Non-original pickguard bracket and tuners.
Case Details: Original hardshell case
Cosmetic Condition: The guitar has nice aging present, with light checking and other small blemishes present. There is finish cracking around the output jack, as well as moderate buckle rash on the back. The neck is smooth and glossy as it has been oversprayed.
Serial Number: 70219
Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with low action and is currently set up with 10s. The neck has a slight S-curve on the bass side, but sets up and plays well. The truss rod is adjustable. The frets are wide and fairly low with light wear. The serial number dates to 1965.
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