#1
hi,
My father gave me this guitar about 3 years back and I've always wondered what the value of it is.

I've not been able to identify mainly the pickups.
The bridge is a schaller bridge apparently. On it is written "Licensed under floyd-rose patents" and "made in germany by schaller"

on the inside of the guitar where the tremolo springs are attached to the bridge is written

u.s pat 4 171 661
u.s pat 4 437 236
42

Here are some pictures: http://s1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd410/george837/

Cheers, George.
#2
whats the body shape?
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#7
A member of the epiphone s series i believe, from 1986-1999 designed to compete with kramers super strats
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#9
After doing some searching i'm pretty much certain it's actually an epiphone 435i
#10
^ yeah that's right I think, it's got the right inlays. The s series didn't
#11
looks like a guitar kirk hammett played in the late 80s
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