- Epiphone ได้สร้างชื่อเสียงให้กับตัวเองด้วยการผลิตเครื่องดนตรีที่ยิ่งใหญ่และทันสมัยที่สุดมานานกว่า 120 ปี ในขณะที่โมเดลเช่น Masterbilts, Broadways, Wilshires, Coronets, Emperors และ Texans แต่รูปแบบที่น่าจดจำที่สุดของ Epiphone นั่นคือ The Casino เป็นรุ่นที่มีชื่อเสียงที่สุดของเราเนื่องจากมีความสัมพันธ์ใกล้ชิดกับ The Beatles
- Epiphone has made a name for itself by producing some of the greatest and most innovative musical instruments for over 120 years. While models such as Masterbilts, Broadways, Wilshires, Coronets, Emperors and Texans are some of Epiphone's most memorable models, the Casino is arguably our most famous due to its close association with The Beatles.
- The Epiphone Casino still has the same classic look, sound, and features that have made it the go-to guitar for two generations of artists including Paul McCartney, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Keith Richards and Gary Clark, Jr.
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Natural Rosewood Neck, Vintage Sunburst Rosewood Neck
The Casino Story
When it was first introduced in 1961, the Casino was just one of several new thinline archtops designed and produced at the company’s adopted new factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan that it shared with one-time competitor and new partner, Gibson. With the merger came a flurry of new models—many, like the Riviera, Sheraton, and Texan, that are still made today. But just a few years after its introduction, the Casino would arguably become the most world’s most recognized electric guitar in the world and a symbol of the new “British Invasion” of musical acts that took over the pop music airwaves in 1964. The Casino was first adopted by Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones who used a Casino to record the demo for “Satisfaction” at Chess Records in Chicago. Howling Wolf took a Casino on his first tour of the UK, appearing on Thank Your Lucky Stars with the Stones. Shortly afterwards, John Lennon and George Harrison bought Casinos for the Beatles 1966 world tour. Behind the scenes, Paul McCartney had also purchased a Casino (along with an Epiphone Texan) which he still tours with today. The Casino would eventually be a featured instrument on every Beatles album for the remainder of their career. And today, the Casino is still the symbol of classic British rock and has powered classic hits by The Kinks, The Beach Boys, as well as Oasis, Paul Weller, U2s the Edge, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, and Epiphone Signature artists Gary Clark Jr. and honky tonk hero Dwight Yoakam.
Since 1961, the look and sound of the Casino has gone virtually unchanged and is still made today as a fully hollowbody archtop, now with powerful new Dogear P-90T Classic™ pickups.
The Casino body is made from 5-ply Maple with basswood top bracing. The top, back, and fingerboard have single-ply ivory binding. The Casino is available in Natural, Vintage Sunburst, and new Turquoise color finishes. The Mahogany neck has a SlimTaper™ “D” profile and is glued to the body at the 16th fret. The neck has a 24.75” scale, a 1.68” nut, and a Pau Ferro fingerboard with Pearloid “Parallelogram” inlays. The black bound white pickguard has a 60s era silver metal E logo.
Dogear P-90 PRO™ Single Coil Pickups
The Casino is powered by new Epiphone “Dogear” P-90 PRO™ single coil humbuckers. The P-90 PRO is an extremely versatile and sensitive pickup that when played lightly sounds full, clean, and sparkly. When driven harder, the P-90 PROs produce the distinctive Casino growl that can distort with a voice-like quality that guitarists can “play” and define at will. Because of this versatility, P-90s have found a home in rock, pop, jazz, and country, and over the decades have been a favorite of artists from every genre.
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|Body:||5-ply maple with basswood top bracing top,|
|back & side w/body binding|
|Neck:||Mahogany w/ Rosewood fingerboard|
|parallelogram inlays w/neck binding,|
|SlimTaper™ “D” Neck Profile|
|Frets:||22 Medium jumbo|
|Controls:||2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3-way switch|
|Hardware:||Tune-O-Matic Bridge, Trapaze Tailpiece,|
|Grover Machine Head, Chrome|