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"1962 Epiphone Sorrento, an early version with a bikini logo and smaller headstock. These guitars were Gibson made and used mostly Gibson hardware. The pickups are patent applied for “pafs” but are mini humbuckers and not the full size ones used on Les Pauls and ES models starting in 1957. A set of full size pafs with original covers and solder, and windings in the post Madoff era will run you in the neighborhood of 4 thousand dollars. These unfortunately are not as valuable but sound great nonetheless. (Approx. 600 for a set) This guitar has a slim neck and a brown lifton case, perfect for a gig at the Derby in Los Feliz. Pinup girl and wing tips sold separately," says Joe Bonomassa, on his [website](http://jbonamassa.com/joes-guitar-of-the-week/guitar-of-the-week-25-1962-epiphone-sorrento/).more
Used on "Let love rule", according to this interview for [Guitar World](http://www.guitarworld.com/dear-guitar-hero-lenny-kravitz-talks-vintage-gear-let-love-rule-and-new-album-strut): "I love the guitar tone on your early albums, like Let Love Rule and Are You Gonna Go My Way. What was your setup in the studio on those records? — Grayson Malloy On Let Love Rule, it was primarily a tweed Fender Deluxe cranked to 10. When you turn that amp all the way up, it compresses itself and makes this beautiful tone. That’s pretty much the dirty sound on the album. I think I also had a Fender Twin Reverb for the cleaner stuff. The guitar, for the most part, was actually an Epiphone Sorrento."more