Epiphone Casino Cherry Review

Epiphone Casino Cherry Review

To start at the beginning, the Casino is certainly a cool looking guitar. Our sample, which we were kindly loaned by the retailer DV247, was finished in a lovely deep cherry. That finish plus the trapeze tailpiece and two F holes give it that real retro look. Fit and finish throughout was excellent and it will certainly turn heads. The Epiphone Casino Coupe is an excellent guitar that comes at a very good price. It produces a fantastic sound packed in a compact size and offers a ton of great features ideal for both beginners and intermediate users. The Casino The Epiphone Casino’s unique design put it in a class of it’s own, sporting a smaller body depth and a big clear tone. It’s ability to feedback and be overdriven immediately attracted the attention of Paul McCartney, and soon gained a following by the likes of The Beach Boys, Keith Richards and Gary Clark Jr.

Epiphone Casino Cherry Reviews

Epiphone | Casino

Active 1962-1969



The Epiphone Casino has double cutaways, hollow mahogany body featuring cream binding and a mahogany top with a pickguard. With a 24.75' scale mahogany set neck and a 20-fret maple bound fretboardfeaturing parallelogram inlays. The electronics include two P90 pickups, one toggle pickup switch, two volume knobs, two tone knobs, a tune-o-matic bridge with a trapeze tailpiece, three-per-side tuners and chrome hardware. Produced in Cherry (1967 to 1969), Sunburst (1962 to 1969) and Royal Tan (1962 to 1969) finishes.


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