1967 Gibson EB2 Bass

For photos, click on the links below:

In 1967 the bridge was either chrome bar bridge with a hex intonation screw at each of the two mounting poles or a two pole tune-o-matic chrome bridge with four intonation adjustable plastic saddles.

Other 1967 Gibson EB2 characteristics: Pearloid inlaid Gibson logo on headstock with "i" dot disconnected from "G" and open "o", pearloid crown inlay centered on headstock, two screw plastic truss rod cover with no model name, Kluson clover riveted tuners with slot head screws, unbound rosewood 20-fret board with pearloid dot fret markers, two F holes in body, orange Gibson manufacturing sticker inside F hole, body binding on front and back, one large chrome four pole humbucker pickup at neck butt, black/white/black/white pickguard, chrome hand rest, two silver top/black bell shaped knobs with with volume/tone words and metal position pointers or two gold top/black bell shaped knobs with volume/tone words and metal position pointers, bass boost button, strings mute, input jack on body front, molded black tolex case with yellow or purple interior or molded chipboard case.

Gibson shipped a total of 1016 Sunburst and 978 Cherry EB2's in 1967. For 1967 serial numbers see the "Gibson Serial Number Chart". For more precise dating cross reference the serial number with the instrument's potentiometer codes.