SILVER FOXY Phil X and a 1966 Epiphone Coronet 01266
The Elusive "Dwight Silver Fox"
as Used by Steve Marriott
This near mint but elusive "Silver Fox" weighs just 5.60 lbs. Contoured solid mahogany body, one-piece mahogany neck with a nice medium-to-thick profile and rosewood fretboard with 22 original jumbo frets and inlaid pearl dot position markers. Scalloped "batwing" headstock with six-on-a-side closed-back Kluson Deluxe strip tuners with white plastic oval buttons. Gold silk-screened Epiphone headstock logo. Serial number "570326" stamped in yellow on back of headstock. Single-layer black plastic bullet-shaped truss-rod cover with two screws and "Dwight/Model" engraved in white. Single P-90 pickup (in the bridge position) with an output of 6.14k. Three-layer (white/black/white) plastic pickguard with the stylized Epiphone "E" embossed in silver. Two controls (one volume, one tone) with black plastic, ribbed-side knobs with metal tops. Pre-set ridged bridge and factory Epiphone Maestro Vibrola tailpiece. This super light guitar is in near-mint (9.25) condition with just a few very small surface marks on the back and sides of the body. The potentiometers are both dated "137 66 07" (CTS, February 1966). Housed in the original Epiphone gray shaped, three-latch softshell case with blue felt lining (8.75).