It's an original of the '62 Wilshire Gibson reissued not long ago (Spotlight On the 1962 Epiphone Wilshire Reissue
). Originally would've had a cherry red finish, two black P-90s, Kluson tuners, nickel hardware, and a tortoise pickguard. I bought this one as is 30 years ago for my younger brother, who played it for a few years, and it's sat in our parents' attic for at least the last 15 years. The P-90 on it might be a pretty old one--the cover is for sure, it's one of the paper thin ones from the '50s. And the Dimarzio (or whatever it is) humbucking obviously came from the '70s or early '80s. Hardware on it now is '60s era chrome, with a mish-mosh of chrome and nickel Grovers. Knobs are original. Pots look to be from the '60s, too, but it has what I suspect are original paper-in-oil Sprague bumblebee caps. Frets are original but shot. It weighs a ridiculous 5 pounds 15 ounces! I told my brother I'd sell it for him, but now I'm thinking of getting P-90s with black covers, maybe some reissue nickel hardware, refretting it, and lettin' her rip. Fun guitar.