Univox Coily

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Univox Coily
Manufacturer Univox
Period 1965? — 1972?
Construction
Body type thinline hollowbody[1]
Neck joint Bolt-on[1][2]
Woods
Body Plywood
Fretboard Rosewood
Hardware
Bridge Floating roller style with Bigsby style tailpiece
Pickup(s)

Two single-coil

Two humbuckers (Phase 3-4)
Colors available
Orange sunburst, red, black, and green
Two Univox Coily guitars showing the red and green sunburst finishes

A hollow body electric guitar manufactured by Matsumoku and sold under the Univox brand. It is nearly identical to the Epiphone EA-250 guitar also made by Matsumoku. The guitar featured two pickups, a floating roller bridge, and a Bigsby-style tailpiece.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Michael Wright. "Univox Coily". univox.org. The Coily was a hollowbody thinline guitar (U1825) and bass(U1835). Almost same guitar as Effie, except it had Bigsby-style vibrato, roller bridge w/ dip-up mute and chrome covered humbuckers. ... 
  2. ^ Michael Wright. "Univox Effie". univox.org. The Effie was a thinline hollowbody guitar (U1935), a copy of the Epiphone Casino. Like the Casino, it has no center block, ... It had a bolt on neck, rosewood fretboard, same head as Badazz, outline decal logo, two 12-pole humbuckers, finetune bridge, fancy harp tailpiece, elevated pickguard, 2 volumes and tones. ...  

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