1966 Worn Wilshire Tremotone is one special Wilshire, as it features vintage-styled vibrato tailpiece and NY minibucker pickups. Bridge section on this model is equipped with a tune-o-matic bridge in the front and the vintage tremolo bar in the back. Wooden tailpiece with Epiphone logo is also featured. In the front of the bridge section Epiphone installs a pair of NY minibuckers with standard Wilshire set of knobs and switches. Body of this Wilshire is solid, double-cut and made of mahogany. It is also flat and equipped with a standard set in neck joint. All three color schemes available with this model come with worn finish. Neck on this model is made of mahogany. It has D contour in the back and a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard on top.
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Epiphone 1966 Worn Wilshire Tremotone 3.42 out of 5 based on 12 ratings
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