#1
This is my first full restoration project that I have done! Kind of excited how it turned out.
I found out that this guitar husk was a 1965 Epiphone Olympic Special. Here is a before and after photos of it. I know it has a Gibson Melody Maker pickguard, but it is next to impossible to find an Epiphone Olympic Special one that is not on a working guitar. The screws fit perfectly though!
Here are before and after photos!

1965 Gibson / Epiphone Olympic Special Restoration by Conrad's Media Services, on Flickr
#2
Nice job. How does it sound?
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#3
This is my first full restoration project that I have done! Kind of excited how it turned out.
I found out that this guitar husk was a 1965 Epiphone Olympic Special. Here is a before and after photos of it. I know it has a Gibson Melody Maker pickguard, but it is next to impossible to find an Epiphone Olympic Special one that is not on a working guitar. The screws fit perfectly though!
Here are before and after photos!

Awesome! I love those those old single pickup Gibi's/Epi's from the 60's. I NEED a sound sample of this thing!
#4
Aww man! She sounds excellent!! Very nice a clean brighter tone that these are known for. As for the sound sample, I will have to get you one. My friend is an excellent guitarist. I am a beginner at guitar but working at a guitar shop, I love working on them and restoring them so I will find one of him playing it.
#5
nice work
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