Epiphone is bringing back the first Casino in celebration of it's 50th anniversary - the "1961" Casino.
Royal Tan with Trapeze Tailpiece
Epiphone has reproduced these features for a retro look not found on Casinos produced after 1961. Other details includes the"burst" patterns on front and back, a neck joint at the 16th fret (instead of the 17th), Wilkinson Vintage-Style tuners with white buttons, and the rectangle “blue label” inside the sound hole.
Vintage Sunburst with Trapeze Tailpiece
Vintage Sunburst with Tremotone
- 5-layer Maple/Birch body with correct “burst” patterns on front and back
- Mahogany neck with SlimTaper profile
- Gibson USA P-90R dog-ear rhythm and Gibson USA P-90T bridge pickups
- Locktone Tune-o-matic bridge with Trapeze tailpiece or Epiphone’s new reissue of the original Tremotone vibrato
- Wilkinson Vintage-Style tuners
- MSRP: $1332 (Royal Tan with Trapeze Tailpiece), $1332 (Vintage Sunburst with Trapeze Tailpiece), $1415 (Vintage Sunburst with Tremotone)
For more information: Gibson
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