Epiphone Casino VS

Epiphone Casino VS

Epiphone Casino VS

4 ⭐⭐⭐⭐ This Epiphone Casino VS has been fully tested and serviced by our team of music experts and works like new. There are some signs of previous use, but what fun is a rental if you don’t use it? Any signs of previous use are minor and superficial and there are no notable marks or scratches. All the photos to the left are of the item you would receive so you can see for yourself (yes, we really have someone downstairs photographing every preloved product).

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John Lennon played almost exclusively on a Epiphone Casino semi-acoustic from about '65 with the Beatles. Originally, the guitar had the present-day Sunburst finish when in 1967, during the course of the psychedelic fashion heyday, it was completely psyched out, only to be then freed from all colour only one year later. The result was the 'Natural Finish', which can be admired in the film 'Let It Be', and later on in 'Imagine'.

In contrast to most current semi-acoustics, the Casino does not have a sustain block, so the top can resonate much more freely. This makes the Casino more susceptible to feedback, with distorted lead sounds being rather more delicate, and the clean or crunch sounds are unique at that: Fabulous dynamics with a good and proper piece of wood. 

  • Type: 335 with F-Holes
  • Laminated maple body
  • Glued mahogany neck
  • Pau ferro fretboard
  • Parallelogram fretboard inlays
  • Pickup: 2 AlNiCo P90 single coils
  • 2 Volume controls and 2 tone controls
  • Chrome-plated hardware