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    Has anyone got anything bad to say about the casino-I'd love to here them.

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    Nope......was playing on an Epiphone Howard Roberts (the model back then was almost identical to the casino) back in 1965 and loved it. Traded it in for a Gibson, though, and loved it more. Oh well, personal taste.

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    I think it is the best guitar Epi makes today. I would probably get the Noel Gallager Model, just cause it rawks in color.

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    As much I respect Noel Gallagher I think I may have to change the pick guard with his signature on it though. The supernova is also good as it has humbucker pick-ups as opposed to the single coil on the casino-but I still prefer the casino-natural or cherry!!

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    I like the John Lennon Revolution Casino the best, but that costs like 2 grand. I thought they were all humbuckers though, are they p-90s? I haven't played one for a long time. I have a Washburn Prototype HB-35S, (335 Style)
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    Yes they are p-90's on the epiphone casino. My favourite is the revolution casino as well but the casino i have in cherry looks almost identical (except the colour obviously). I don't know what they play like (i haven't had that privalage(yet)), mine sounds pretty nice.

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    HEY GUYS!!!! You can get the real thing for the same price as the new Casinos and such. Older hollow body Gibsons with REAL P-90s are all over the place ranging in price from $700 to $1300 for good quality, craftmanship and vintage tone--- As long as you stay away from the very pricey ES-330s and Birdlands. ES-125s are still plentiful and were made in serveral different styles including: thick or thin body, cutaway or non-cutaway, one or two P-90s,some (like mine) came from the factory with a Bigsby. Of course the may not be a shiny as the new Epiiphones, but they are better built, have better tone, and just plane ol' have the look.......

    [This message has been edited by Daddy-O (edited 04-17-2000).]

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