Epiphone Coronet Cherry

£349.00 Available for Pre-Order

Epiphone Coronet Cherry

£349.00

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Manufacturer's ID: EOCOCHNH1

First introduced in 1959, the Epiphone Coronet was one of Epiphone's first and most successful original solid body electric guitar designs. The latest version brings back many of the features of the earliest Coronet models including the symmetrical double-cutaway mahogany body with single Epiphone PRO P-90 Dogear pickup, three on a side reduced sized Kalamazoo headstock with Epiphone Bikini badge and ivory button tuning machines, and a white butterfly pickguard with foil E logo. The Epiphone Coronet comes equipped with a glued-in mahogany neck with a medium C profile, Indian laurel fretboard with 12" radius and 22 medium jumbo frets, 1 volume and 1 tone control with CTS potentiometers, and an Epiphone Lightning Bar compensated wraparound bridge.

Specification

Body Mahogany
Neck Mahogany
Neck Shape Medium C
Fingerboard Indian Laurel
Scale 24.724"
Radius 12.01"
Frets 22 Medium Jumbo
Nut Graph Tech NuBone
Nut Width 1.693"
Pickups Epiphone P-90 PRO Dogear
Controls Volume, Tone
Bridge Lightning Bar Compensated Wrap Around
Tuners 3 on a Plate with Ivory Buttons and Press In Bushings

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.7 (3 reviews)

Dot marker at 15th fret is split - but cannot be felt. Action is high. Looking down the neck from the bridge; the G string is closer to the D string than the B string - G is not equidistant between D & B. I think it's because the G string ferrule is not sitting in the hole in the bridge correctly. Good set up required.

Paul P. - 3/12/2020

John B. - 2/12/2020

What the Coronet lacks in features in makes up for in aesthetic and sound. The retro look is gorgeous and the build quality is sturdy. The Indian Laurel fretboard need a little bit of oiling up but the sound is there. For the price, a wonderful guitar!

James P. - 2/12/2020

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