Epiphone has breathed some new life into their timeless Casino and revived the Casino Coupe.
Epiphone has updated the Casino and revived Casino Coupe, guitars loved by the greats and perfect for those after vintage looks and sounds.
A staple since 1961, the Casino has been used by everyone from John Lennon to Gary Clarke Jnr.
The new model features Dogear P-90T Classic single coil pickups, for the first time in the guitar’s history. The humble hollow-body is available in natural, vintage sunburst and an all-new turquoise.
Also getting a makeover is the Casino Coupe (image above), the little brother of the family. Featuring a smaller ES-339 body size, it’s perfect if you like to get physical with your blues and need something a little more lightweight. The Coupe also scores the Dogear P-90T single coils, along with vintage style machine heads and a mahogany neck.
The Epiphone Casino is perfect for vintage looks and sounds, without doing too much damage to your wallet.
Check out Epiphone’s website for more details.
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