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Epiphone Inspired By John Lennon Revolution
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Epiphone Inspired By John Lennon Revolution

Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the Casino series.

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Epiphone Inspired By John Lennon RevolutionPublished on 01/09/10 at 15:11
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pleasant surprise

Epiphone Inspired By John Lennon RevolutionPublished on 10/02/11 at 14:10
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So now a casino, Limited Edition, with the particularity

-Mechanical "grover"

Micro-P90 Gibson (not Epiphone pickups as the "standard" models)

Body-neck junction casino identical to the 60s. (Fret 18 then)

UTILIZATION

satin natural finish, unglazed.

really handle too well, nice surprise, however, limited access to acute in the design of the guitar.


Light guitar despite its large size, very nice and comfortable position seated / standing

SOUNDS

P90 the United States issue a nice grain.

sound pretty colors.

Good performance of the agreement thanks to mécniques grover.

very enjoyable to play.

OVERALL OPINION

bought secondhand great deal, frankly, I...…
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So now a casino, Limited Edition, with the particularity

-Mechanical "grover"

Micro-P90 Gibson (not Epiphone pickups as the "standard" models)

Body-neck junction casino identical to the 60s. (Fret 18 then)

UTILIZATION

satin natural finish, unglazed.

really handle too well, nice surprise, however, limited access to acute in the design of the guitar.


Light guitar despite its large size, very nice and comfortable position seated / standing

SOUNDS

P90 the United States issue a nice grain.

sound pretty colors.

Good performance of the agreement thanks to mécniques grover.

very enjoyable to play.

OVERALL OPINION

bought secondhand great deal, frankly, I regret not having tried this before scratching.



really too bien.bon tool.
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verycurlyverycurly

Epiphone Inspired By John Lennon RevolutionPublished on 01/15/10 at 12:41
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Made in Asia (but verifies dixit Epiphone USA), cest reproduction of the Casino PERIOD Lennon White Album, lorsquil made to find out the sunburst field thus values ​​of natural wood . We also found the Grover: Mechanical, quil was chosen to replace the original.

<p class="MsoNormal"> Gibson P90 Pickups, professional standard and body with mahogany neck rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets. The bridge is a tune-o-matic, sails for the SPCS of the beast.

<p class="MsoNormal"> The overall finish is very good. The varnish is however very thin and dull, that is almost invisible. I assume I'm quil reproduced loriginal finish. Me ama a little surprised at the beginner, but now that I am my i...…
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Made in Asia (but verifies dixit Epiphone USA), cest reproduction of the Casino PERIOD Lennon White Album, lorsquil made to find out the sunburst field thus values ​​of natural wood . We also found the Grover: Mechanical, quil was chosen to replace the original.

<p class="MsoNormal"> Gibson P90 Pickups, professional standard and body with mahogany neck rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets. The bridge is a tune-o-matic, sails for the SPCS of the beast.

<p class="MsoNormal"> The overall finish is very good. The varnish is however very thin and dull, that is almost invisible. I assume I'm quil reproduced loriginal finish. Me ama a little surprised at the beginner, but now that I am my i think was part of the charm of the guitar. There is one default, may be mine own: the interior portion of the openings of the body is painted black and this is not perfectly clear on the edges. Jai trslgres also some gray tracks around that are my reviews of painting tasks which badly does pumice before varnishing. In short, they would have done better to leave everything to nature as the rest of the body. All anest quen nevertheless have seen leaning on the body of prs.

UTILIZATION

The neck is very pleasing, a handle fairly typ Gibson, that this is not a motorway and it can not happen much in the del-12th fret. At the same time the casino is not a shred guitar, usually they know what they sattendre!

<p class="MsoNormal"> Lergonomie is good, guitar is not so heavy (lavantage body cavities). Only small default, the slecteur (good quality tends to come back in a central position at the slightest touch.

SOUNDS

Ahhh, plugs directly into my little Fender lights, happiness. Cest exactly the sound I was looking for: Heat Gibson depth with half box, but at the same time a very good DEFINITIONS thanks to P90. These pickups sound really super good, its a joy. Whether arpges or full chords, it sounds very easily found the Beatles and Elliott Smith. In micro serious, we get the perfect sound for playing shots more jazzy / blues.

<p class="MsoNormal"> Regarding the distortion, the crunches are great, beyond a becomes rough. But the good too, its not done

OVERALL OPINION

I lai last 15 days, it is already part of the family. It fulfills its function perfectly: be an intermediate-between my SG and my telecaster. Besides what was really a cool look. For 750 euros, I found the report very correct price quality: Casino over the standard, I also tested was the Gibson P90 (a world compared to Epis ), the mcas Grover, tui and rigid. Besides paying quon obviously also mark Lennon (reminded by a little sketch on the back of the head).

<p class="MsoNormal"> To make it really perfect, it should have done a little effort supplmentaire on the finish. But hey, you have goods they justify the price of the U.S. version (over 2000)
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  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: Inspired By John Lennon Revolution
  • Series: Casino
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/06/2010

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