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Anything else that might be a contributing factor to buy or not for a certain year. What a dream bass - punchy, full, sustaining, and easy to play.I have the Epiphone Rivoli from the '60s, hard to date, but it was made between '63 and '67. Perfection from the same plant as the Gibsons in Kalamazoo.After reading your post, I have called my friend Richard to get the scoop.What the Rivoli has is a coil under the bridge, with a capacitor network of some kind, that is activated by a three-position button near the vol/tone controls.I have just fallen in love with the tone of the Gibson EB-2 bass guitar. I have the Epiphone Rivoli from the '60s, hard to date, but it was made between '63 and '67. Perfection from the same plant as the Gibsons in Kalamazoo. What a dream bass - punchy, full, sustaining, and easy to play.
Low end rumble and thunder for sure through a Kustom 3 x 15".Again i mean no offense when i say this, just wanted to clear that up.If his Rivoli does infact have an acoustic pickup mounted on it, its an aftermarket job that a previous owner did.My friend has an old Rivoli, it's a short scale bass, and I found out something I never knew: besides the regular pickup, it also has an acoustic-type pickup embedded in it somewhere (under the bridge? I don't know if the Gibson version had this or not.I do know that a lot of the British Invasion bands in the early 60's used Rivoli's/EB-2's, they seemed to be pretty popular at that time.