> >

1967 Epiphone E212TV Sheraton “Special Order”

$7,995.00
Year
1967
Manufacturer
Epiphone
Model
E212TV Sheraton “Special Order”
Color
Condition
Excellent
Description

This is one of the coolest guitars made by Gibson during the 60’s & was special ordered by a very young guitar player named Larry Williams, he ordered it brand new from “Woods Music & Scuba” in Hillsdale, Michigan in late 1966, its was ordered in a beautiful dark & rich see-thru Cherry finish complimented by its all gold hardware, its got 2 potent mini=Humbuckers powering it, its bound tortoise’gard has slight crystalizing going on & still wears its “E” logo, its chrome capped knobs are missing 2 caps, what make this Sheraton so special is that Larry wanted this Sheraton dressed down so he had Gibson replace the multi lamimated white & black bindings all over with a single layer of Black binding on its front & back of its body & around its beautifully pearl/abalone inlaid ebony fingerboard, he also ordered its pretty vine inlaid headstock “Unbound”, lastly he order factory Grover tuners & a Bigsby vibrato unit to go along with his talent & style of music he loved, she’s excellent overall but she’s got weather checking & some play time all over, she has been kept in 100% original condition & is complete with its original “bill of sale” for $884.w/tax from Woods Music & Scuba to verify its complete history from day 1, she comes with its original Gibson Black/Yellow lined hard case. 

1967 Epiphone E212TV Sheraton “Special Order”

$7,995.00

Description

This is one of the coolest guitars made by Gibson during the 60’s & was special ordered by a very young guitar player named Larry Williams, he ordered it brand new from “Woods Music & Scuba” in Hillsdale, Michigan in late 1966, its was ordered in a beautiful dark & rich see-thru Cherry finish complimented by its all gold hardware, its got 2 potent mini=Humbuckers powering it, its bound tortoise’gard has slight crystalizing going on & still wears its “E” logo, its chrome capped knobs are missing 2 caps, what make this Sheraton so special is that Larry wanted this Sheraton dressed down so he had Gibson replace the multi lamimated white & black bindings all over with a single layer of Black binding on its front & back of its body & around its beautifully pearl/abalone inlaid ebony fingerboard, he also ordered its pretty vine inlaid headstock “Unbound”, lastly he order factory Grover tuners & a Bigsby vibrato unit to go along with his talent & style of music he loved, she’s excellent overall but she’s got weather checking & some play time all over, she has been kept in 100% original condition & is complete with its original “bill of sale” for $884.w/tax from Woods Music & Scuba to verify its complete history from day 1, she comes with its original Gibson Black/Yellow lined hard case. 

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “1967 Epiphone E212TV Sheraton “Special Order””

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *