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Vintage 1967 Epiphone Embassy Deluxe.

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by faivy, Jul 14, 2013.

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  1. faivy

    faivy Supporting Member

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    The Epiphone version of the Non reverse 2 pickup Gibson Thunderbird. All original no breaks. The usual checking and dings but a beautiful Mahogany set neck bass with 2 killer pickups. Bridge but no pickup covers and the strap button on the horn but not heel. Non original hard shell case.
    $3,000.00 plus shipping. I'm in Canada. Ask whatever questions.

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    These are fantastic sounding basses,and a reasonable price! I used to have one and sold it for more than this 6 years ago. GLWTS!
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    faivy Supporting Member

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    Bump
    My Les Paul Signature is sold, shipped, received all good.
    I now would like to get this one sold to an owner who will play and enjoy it. If you are looking for a non reverse mid 60's Thunderbird bass with 2 killer T-bird pickups and a well aged Mahogany body, this is the one I've had it gone over by my luthier and there are no breaks (he once though there was but it is the finish on top of the neck laminations that at first glance looks like something. I have a 1964 T-Bird so I would prefer this one got out to someone who will play it.
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    Endorsing Artist Lakland**Bag End**Schroeder
    Superbump! This is one on my bucket list. Even rarer than a T Bird.
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    Bump....I had a buyer but it fell through. 3,000.USD shipping included. Sorry to see it go but I need to clear debt
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