New Epiphone Worn Casinos

ChuckHall03

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Those look sharp! Love the matte finish. Haven’t had a chance to play one yet but I may be making a trip to GC this weekend to check them out!
 

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I think they are awesome. As I had hoped, they are putting the new Pro P-90's in them, also CTS pots. Check out the liimited edition Worn Sunrise Orange one at CME, that is the one I'd get in a minute. Those pickups sound great in the video i saw, that has been a weak point in the Casinos for some time. All their new hollow/semihollow guitars have those upgraded pickups and pots.
Al
 

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That olive is sweet! How much does guitar center sell the non worn versions for? Are they the same thing besides the paint?
 

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I’m drooling over the new release Riviera tonight
You and me both. It was the right time to bring them back and they did it in the right way. Im expecting them to drop an Epi USA version next year for around $2600 and that should really kill. Sparkling burgundy and royal tan nitro.
 

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That olive is sweet! How much does guitar center sell the non worn versions for? Are they the same thing besides the paint?
Exact same construction but not in these worn colors. Standard gloss casinos for now only come in natural and vintage sunburst and turquoise. Theyre the same guitar physically. Gloss is $649 and worn are $449z
 

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I like the blue myself.....saw a demo video on Youtube recently of the new Riviera reissues and they looked great (proper mini-hums and Frequensator tailpiece) and sounded great. The Wilshire, Crestwood and Coronet Reissues all look and sound sweet. I really like that Epi is starting to branch out into reissues of their own unique vintage models and not just the Gibby knock-offs.
 


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