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Epiphone Olympic Special

SB721 solid-body guitar. Single or double pickup

Epiphone 1964 full line catalogue1964 full line catalogue
This was the first catalogue appearance of the Olympic Special
Epiphone 1966 full line catalogue1966 full line catalog

Epiphone is proud to present solid body instruments that offer the depth, the sharp treble, the biting tone and the virility that all guitarists seek from a solid body instrument
ModelOlympic Special SB721
Available1963-1969
PickupsOne melody maker style single coil pickup
Scale24 3/4"
BodyMahogany. 12 3/4" wide (lower bout), 15 5/8" long, 1 3/8" thick
NeckOne-piece mahogany, rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays. No binding, 22 frets.
Hardware1 volume and 1 tone control. Metal offset bridge with vibrola tailpiece. Plastic enclosed strip tuners.
FinishesSunburst and custom colours: Sunset Yellow, California Coral, Pacific Blue

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Just under 3000 Epiphone Olympic Specials were shipped between 1963 and 1969. For a break-down of the production stats, see the Epiphone Olympic Special shipping totals.

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