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1962 or '63 FT-79 Texan. Graham Nash model

Zephyr," E-311TN natural. John Lee Hooker model

1966 Epiphone Riviera with varitone. SRV model

"Long scale" Les Paul

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I'd like a 1962 Wilshire of the ones already released.

Interested to see the Casino coupe too when it comes out.

 

As for other ideas for reissues....

* Affordable (China) Byrdland with Ted Nugent style cutaway [thumbup]

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1962 or '63 FT-79 Texan. Graham Nash model

Zephyr," E-311TN natural. John Lee Hooker model

1966 Epiphone Riviera with varitone. SRV model

"Long scale" Les Paul

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Sign me up for the Graham Nash model. I'd love to see that! [thumbup]

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An IB Harrison line.

 

We already have the Lennon and McCartney ones.

 

IB Harrison guitars:

 

Lucy the LP with Gibson 57s

ES 345 in burst with a stop bar and mono wiring with Gibson 57s

SG with maestro with Gibson 57s

J160E with the correct scale 24 and 3/4 and a real Gibson P90 Harrison sig on back of headstock unlike the Lennon sig.

Casino with Bigsby and real Gibson/Epiphone P90s like the IB Lennon Casino.

 

Maybe offer one a year.

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You may be getting your wish: Pending Press Releases

 

I too vote for a Zephyr btw. That's a sweet looking guitar.

 

Great Link, thanks Scott.

 

Love both Sorrentos, 60s and 90s.

 

Coronet looks great along with the All White Crestwood.

 

Hopefully these will appear this year.

 

Wait, just bought two Epiphone acoustics last month.

 

I can wait til next year[biggrin]

 

 

 

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Very nice looking. I especially like the binding on the body and neck.

I wonder how it sounds?

 

You know what my first thought was though when I saw it?

"Man it would be a ***** (bich) if I dropped my pick down that sound hole and had to get it out."

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