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Construction. The Casino, also designated by Epiphone as model E230TD, is a thinline hollow-bodied guitar with two Gibson P-90 pick-ups. Although generally fitted with a trapeze-type tailpiece, often a Bigsby vibrato tailpiece is used in its place (either as a factory direct feature or as an aftermarket upgrade). Unlike semi-hollow body guitars such as the Gibson ES-335, which have a center Epiphone is at it again! More releases have just been announced, following on from last week’s slew of new models, including the Coronet, Wilshire, and Crestwood, plus the ES-335 and ES-339 models. Phew! But not content to rest on its laurels, Epiphone charges ahead with new finishes for its Casino model as well as the new Riviera. The Epiphone range of the 1960s closely followed the Gibson guitars of the same time; they were both made in the same fatory in Kalamazoo. The Casino corresponds to the Gibson ES330 having the same dimensions and construction, but with different headstock shape and tailpiece. Is this 🎸 good? Featuring Epiphone pickups with Epiphone bridge in 5-ply maple with basswood top bracing Body and Mahogany Neck... Take a 👀! Epiphone Casino - Worn Blue Denim 2020 I purchased this a month ago since I have been itching for an Epiphone ES for a while, but this is a little too different from what I was looking for. Guitar has had 2+ hours work done and new strings fitted, now plays as it should! Being absolutely brand new, it came with the usual Epiphone strings which turn your fingers black frets were sprouting out The Epiphone Casino was originally build in Kalamazoo Michigan in the same factory as the Gibson ES-330. This was soon after Epiohone was purchased by Gibson. The early history of the Casino is therefore quite similar to the ES-330. [jbox title=”Epiphone Casino History”]Find more Casino details at the Guitars Info Guy. 1961: Casino production began with a dot neck. 1963: Dots replaced by Classic Construction. The Epiphone Casino's body is crafted from thin 5-ply Maple, which is used to form its top, back and sides. Giving the instrument plenty of vibrancy, definition and acoustic-like volume - you can expect airy, resonant tones with singing sustain. To add some mid-range warmth, the Casino's body is joined with a Mahogany neck; topped with an Indian Laurel fingerboard for a Epiphone USA Casino. A US-based Epiphone dealer has listed a new previously unreleased Epiphone USA Casino model! It’s loaded with twin P90 pickups and, as the name suggests, is built in the States. It’s a classic hollow-body design and – if the source is correct – will be made available in a Royal Tan or Vintage Burst nitrocellulose lacquer finish. The guitar will have hand-wired

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