Ok, it’s getting down to the wire in more ways than one. Besides the approaching holiday and New Year’s, there’s also (as Ringo said in A Hard Day’s Night) 'a certain-amount-of-hurry-up-involved' if you want to take advantage of the Epiphone ’62 50th Anniversary Collection featuring the 50th Anniversary "1962" Sorrento E452TDN Outfit, the 50th Anniversary "1962" Sheraton E212TV Outfit in Cherry, Natural, and Vintage Sunburst with both the classic Frequensator™ tailpiece and the historic Tremotone™ tremelo, and the 50th Anniversary "1962" Crestwood Custom SB332 Outfit in Cherry. 

How many were made? No more than 1,962. Clever, right? But these are seriously killer guitars. The Sorrento and the Sheraton feature Gibson USA mini-humbuckers. But the real star might be the Crestwood Custom which looks just as far-out today as it did in 1962. While you’re mulling it over, check out our man John Lee Hooker singing “Boom, Boom” with his Epiphone. This was shot by the BBC and as you can see, Hooker is getting his message across.