Epiphone History

Jonathan Hands

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Well, some of you might remember it, I've posted this information some years ago at MLP,
though I think it is worth to get re-posted here @ €piTalk....

Found it in a printed magazine......
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Dated March 2010
Very interesting. I had a blue label Riviera in 1972. I bought it used, it had the mini humbucker pickups and was simply a great guitar. I don't recall where it was made, it didn't have a bolt on neck, and had the mop fret markers and the unusual tailpiece. I played in a blues band with some high school friends, and ran it through my pride and joy Twin Reverb. The only pedal I had then was a beat up Cry Baby my older brother gave me. That guitar had the best tone of anything I have ever played, well with the possible exception of my 2020 epiphone LP Special with p90s. Those are a whole new thing for me. Thanks for posting this one.
 

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guitarlover

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Hi everyone, new here, been a guitar player and lover of all types of guitars for over 30 years, especially Epiphone.

Great thread!
 


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