#1
Ok, so my dad got this bass that he used to play back when he was teen and he gave it to me as a practice bass. He got it for 10 bucks from some dude and I've been looking everywhere to identify it. It has no serial number on it, no name and all i know is that its an epiphone. I really want to know the model it is, if you have any info lemme know



sorry for bad pic quality all i have is my crappy phone. all it says on the headstock is epiphone. So I obviously realize its an Epi, but i want to know the model
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#3
It looks similar to an Epiphone Wilshire. (guitar)




This guy, who's selling one on ebay is calling it a Coronet.



http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120218416031&ih=002&category=4713&ssPageName=WDVW&rd=1


I don't see much similarity to the Epiphone Coronet guitar.

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#4
Back in the 60s Epiphone were an individual brand name and very well respected, the Epiphone Rivoli Bass was one of the most popular during the 60 guitar band explosion, so if its 60s it should be quite desirable.
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