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Hi Friends! I cracked open my new Epi Coronet to take a look under the hood, and I was quite impressed overall. I noticed that the 2-conductor pup connection is a quick-connect type connection. I think it'd be kinda fun to find some of the male connectors and crimp them on to some other pups I have, but I haven't had luck finding the specific connector. I know the simple solution is just to cut them off and solder, but yeah, just want to explore this idea more. I've searched extensively and have found many similar connectors, but would like to find an exact match because I am a weirdo 🤓 Do any of you (or anyone at Epiphone) know the specific brand and type of connector used? Thanks!!!
My tobacco burst drednought is missing decals and maker info in the sound hole. It has a 7 digit, all numbers serial number in the cavity. It has very cool wood binding around the body and headstock. I need some history as well as model# any help is appreciated. thanks
I'm glad I stumbled on this place! Was searching for info on an Epiphone S-310. I have one that I bought new back in ...oh... about 1991. Black, maple neck, hockey stick. I have played since I was 10 and I'm 64 now. Not professionally trained... learned by ear. The guitar, I played until about 1996 when it got replaced with a MIM Strat. It has largely been ignored since that time. A recent look at it finds that the bridge has just.... well... almost deteriorated in place. Looks horrible. Oddly enough, the frets were never leveled (I learned to do it way after this one went out of service!) so it will be getting that. For pickups.... way WAY back there in the early 90s ... I put in a set of 3 pickups (sold by StewMac but made by Seymour Duncan) and really... I didn't play it long after that. I am hoping to bring this one back online as a backup gigging guitar and, depending on how it comes out, maybe the primary guitar. Most pressing thing I need to do is get that bridge out, throw it as far as I can see... then walk over and throw it again! Got to find a replacement. I'm not really wanting to put a precious (thereby precious COSTING!) bridge on.... sturdy, functional and accurate enough are the goals. What I don't know is.... standard American width or import width. I'm not sure of the neck width so not sure how much room I have to play with. Yes, I can measure it... just haven't yet. Anyway, I suppose that is enough "new guy drivel" for now. Hope to see some of you around. Bob