This guitar is in on trade and it is in good shape. It's original owner took some of the finish off the back of the neck so it's not full gloss like the rest of the guitar. This offers a smoother playing surface. After a clean up and full set up, it's ready for it's next owner!
The Epiphone Casino has been a staple for decades. Being the go-to guitar of choice of John Lennon during an iconic period of The Beatles career ensured this guitars place in Rock n' Roll History.
The slimmest true Hollowbody, this one is not a semi hollow like an ES-335. It's light weight and far more lively and resonant as a result. The neck attaches at about the 15th making this a better choice for the rhythm guitar player. One thing about just about all the guitars John Lennon played was that they were on the stocky side, shorter, rather than longer. If an SG neck feels too far out there for you, the Casino orients more like a Les Paul which for some is easier on the left shoulder/arm.
A pair of Epiphone P-90 Pickups each have their own volume and tone controls. A 3 way toggle grants access all the sounds you'll need to nail the sounds of the era.
Nobody treats used guitars like we do at The Music Gallery! All trade in's go through an inspection, cleaning, restring and setup before being put out on sale. We even put guitars with bad frets through our Plek machine if need be. If this service peaks your interest learn more here or give us a call!
The pictures in this listings are of the exact guitar that we have for sale. It has been fully set-up in our shop by George MacPhail, play tested for functionality, then re-inspected and set-up to your preferences before being shipped out. Plus, we'll never charge you for a case that was included with your guitar in the first place! Stop by the shop or give us a call to learn more about this or any of the other great Acoustic and Electric Guitars in our collection!