|Serial Number||434364, built 1966 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.|
|Pricing||$1799 including case.|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard. The headstock was broken and solidly repaired many years ago.|
|Frets||Original frets, with significant play wear.|
|Body||Maple laminate back and sides with fully hollow construction.|
|Finish||Nitrocellulose gloss lacquer finish in Cherry sunburst, with walnut stain on back and sides.|
|Hardware/electronics||Twin Epiphone mini-humbuckers, Bigsby vibrato unit, Kluson deluxe tuners with plastic buttons. Tune-a-matic bridge on rosewood base. Pickup selector switch, individual volume and tone controls. Oversize output jack plates – having the jack on the side of an archtop is a weak point.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well with standard action height.|
|Case||Non-original case included in price.|
|Comments||The Sorrento was Epiphone’s take on the ES-125 TC line, but with their mini-humbucking pickups rather than P-90′s and with an available Bigsby. This is a very comfortable guitar to play.|
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