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Epiphone Limited Edition Casino Electric with Bigsby
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Since John, Paul, and George each picked up an Epiphone Casino back in 1965, this classic hollowbody has held an honored place in the hall of great g...Click To Read More About This Product
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Since John, Paul, and George each picked up an Epiphone Casino back in 1965, this classic hollowbody has held an honored place in the hall of great guitars. This limited edition version includes a Bigsby vibrato with traditional vintage sunburst finish. P-90-style pickups; mahogany neck, sides, and back; maple top; bound rosewood fretboard with parallelogram inlays; layered pickguard; top binding; and chrome hardware; all adding up to unmatched vintage vibe.
- Maple top
- Mahogany neck, sides, and back
- P-90-style pickups
- Bound rosewood fretboard with parallelogram inlays
- Bigsby vibrato
- Layered pickguard
- Top binding
- Chrome hardware
- 1-11/16" nut width
- 24-3/4" scale length
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This is just one beautiful guitar that is a joy to own and play. I will never part with it. So glad that I was able to get this limited edition.
Bought this guitar at Guitarworks in Indianapolis. Paid way too much for it. So guys its always best to SHOP HERE FIRST! As for the guitar, it is one of my prized guitars. The pickups are surprisingly some of the best I have heard. Get one before they get gone!
Just bought it 3 days ago I bought this at a reputable dealer. Fit and finish very good. Set up nicely, action not real high for this type of guitar and no fret buzz. It sounds and plays great. Naturally this is a clean guitar not for metal heads. I play it through an Epiphone Triggerman 60, I bought online . Great highs, however, putting switch in middle and adjusting volume and tone you can get some really good early 60's "rich" rock tones and mellow jazz. I am interested to see how it holds up through time. Seems to stay in tune using the trem but I am going to replace the strings immediately with Ernie Balls. If your interested in looks it's a beautiful Vintage Sunburst. No binding or inlays on headstock, P-90's pups. This guitar is made in Korea and states " Custom Shop Limited Edition" as Epiphne somtimes does. My advice, get a good case that fits it properly if need be. Also if you don't like the Epi tuners, switches, no biggie, it's an inexpensive fix to replace them with Grover tuners and such.
I have had this for a few weeks now. It seems to be a great guitar, the bigsby makes a great addition to it. It sounds great clean and even with distortion it sounds pretty DARN good.
This guitar rocks. I was surprised at the sound I could get out of it. I can see why the Beatles used it. For the price it's great I would say buy it if you have $700. You don't need a Gibson to rock.
This is my future wife.. also known as a Casino Vintage Sunburst with Bigsby... dream... and love...