For Sale or Trade; Epiphone Elitist John Lee Hooker Sheraton

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    Epiphone John Lee Hooker Edition Sheraton, serial number JLH0352. Total weight comes in about 8.2 lbs. Medium C shaped neck. Recently set up with hybrid .009 to .046 strings and plays great. No cracks or breaks. There's some small chips on the back and top of the body the on top of the headstock along with some small scratches and impressions. The truss rod cover and pickguard are missing along with the switch tip ( I bought it this way). Includes a non original hard shell case. The guitar is in nice overall condition and sounds great with a big, warm sounding neck pickup and a snappy, biting bridge pickup. From what I understand, these were made in Japan and then shipped to the USA for finishing and assembly. Gibson USA pickups and hardware along with a nitro finish. I'm looking for $795 shipped. I'd consider trades for Telecasters or smaller wattage tube amps. Thanks!
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    Bump. Trades for tweed deluxes, Telecasters....
     
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    For anyone interested, the serial number is JLH0352. I'm sure that a call to Gibson or Epiphone would help to verify the year and authenticity of this guitar. Price drop to $795 shipped in the CON US.
    SOLD!!!
     
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