Teisco Del Ray EP 7 vintage 60's retro
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-08-13)
Price : US $76.99
is a late '60s Teisco EP-7 (the headstock says Teisco Del Rey - it's
the same thing). It's a small, double-cut, thinline archtop with two
single-coil pickups. When it was made (in Japan), it was a better model
by a junky brand - sort of like the best Squiers today. It has a wooden
bridge with fixed saddles and adjustable action. The tuners are of some
unknown brand but they work very well. The neck is a 3-piece deal with
a steel truss rod and what appears to be a rosewood fingerboard. The
frets are small, like Strat frets. I'm not sure of the scale, but it's
It has a 3-layer laminated top, and I don't know what kind of wood
it is. There is a single volume and tone knob, but the tone knob only
seems to have a bright and a mellow setting - nothing in the middle.
Pickup slection is by way of two rocker switches (hello vintage vibe!).
The neck is bolted on.
This guitar has been with me for years and is in need of some TLC. the action is high and the electronics work ok but need to be either re soldered or cleaned up. the guitar is missing the pick guard.
it does not include a case and is Sold as is.
Shipping will be $30 with UPS and i will package it very well.
thanks for looking
This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-08-13)
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John O'Neal said...
I am searching for a EP-93 1968( I think) neck ...do you happen to know where I can find one the pocket is 2 and 1/8 x 2 and the ajusting truss rod is at the body not up buy the tuneing head. any info would be greatfuly appriseated. thank you John O'neal irquilrer@ yahoo.com
hey i just got my hands on a del rey vintage EP-7 and wanted to know more about it, any tips? Also it is in pretty good shape, minor dinks here and there but works like a charm and is also missing the knobs on it.. hope this helps :)