1966 Epiphone Sorrento - Royal Olive - Made in Kalamazoo - All Original

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The Epiphone Sorrento is essentially the same guitar as the Gibson ES-125TC, but with mini-humbucker pickups instead of P90s and an Epiphone headstock.

This example has a slim, rounded, fairly deep C shaped neck and plays smoothly all the way up and down. There is minor fretwear with small divots in the cowboy chord area which does not affect the playability or tone. The feel is fast and all notes ring out clearly.

The guitar appears in all original condition, right down to the Gibson ABR-1 bridge with nylon saddles. A few scattered small dings and light scuffs are present on the body and the lacquer shows light checking. The neck finish shows some light scratches and there is a small, but very stable hairline surface crack next to the output jack which only appears to involve the surface, as pictured.  

A modern Epiphone thinline hardshell case is included.

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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  • United States
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