Hello guys. I can't wait. In the next days I'm gonna have the chance to try out a Epiphone Riviera from the 60s. It should be a 1967, to be precise. The guitar has certainly seen better days. It has been refinished (one of the ugliest burst I have ever seen) after a huge crack on the top, going from the "lower" f to the jack. One inlay may have fallen out, and it was glued back poorly. Frets are pretty much done, it will need a refret to make it giggable once again. I think the strap pin has broken, because there is a metal stud where the tailpiece is mounted. There isn't the original frequensator, it has a standard tailpiece. 2 holes were filled with maple on the top. I honestly can't even begin to wonder what has happened to this 50 years old guitar. I'll string it up as soon as I get the screws for the tailpiece, and hope for the best. It has the original PAF sticker mini humbucker, Gibson ABR1 bridge. I just felt in love with this guitar the first time I took a look at it. Being able to play it is incredible, I can't imagine how I could feel if I was to buy it. Here are some pics!