For my birthday last year I bought myself an Aged Pelham Epiphone Wilshire Pro. The color is supposed to replicate a Pelham Blue finish with lacquer that has yellowed, but let's face it, it's lime green. I liked it a whole lot, the body shape and light weight made it so comfortable to play. So a couple weeks later I bought one a little older. 1967 Olympic. Very similar to a Coronet, but for 1/3 the price and with a single Melody Maker pickup in the bridge. This one I absolutely adore. It helps that there is something very Tele-like about the tone of the pickup. Then about a month later, this one crossed my path. '66 Worn Wilshire with mini-HBs. The lightest of the bunch, and the satin finish feels great to play. And then another month goes by and this arrives Coronet "Reissue" in purple. Made in Korea in the 90s, came with OBL pickups that sound pretty nice. This one is a heavyweight and doesn't get played much as a result. At that point I didn't run across another I had to have, then at Christmas I found this at a very good discount 2020 Coronet Reissue. Other than a couple frets that needed to be leveled, it's a damned nice guitar. Then this showed up for my birthday this year ~2011 Coronet Promotional model for Milk Rocks. This is a real cheaply made one with a bolt-on neck, but still very light weight. This one will be getting a new pickguard, just not sure what I plan to do yet. And a week later, got a ridiculous deal, so this was added. 2012 Limited Edition TV Silver Wilshire Pro. Supposedly only 1000 made, although that's really not that low of a number. Basically the same guitar as the green one and currently the one that gets played the most. And of course, one month after that, this popped up. ~2011 Baskin Robbins/Dunkin Donuts Family Day promotional Coronet. Autographed by Trace Adkins and Lauren Alaina and I assume given away at the Family Day event. Same as the Milk Rocks guitar. Epiphone made a ton of these for promos around 2010/2011. So, yeah, I like the Olympic/Coronet/Wilshire/Crestwoods. Next on the list is probably going to be one of the Japanese made 70's models, although before I start shopping I should probably clear out some other stuff so there's room. Now, show me what you got! And if anyone owns a '59 Coronet, I am horribly jealous.