Epiphone "Inspired by" John Lennon Casinos
Epiphone introduced the "Inspired by" John Lennon Casinos model.
According to Epiphone, that this guitar is revered in two entirely different incarnations: many love it in its original state as a vintage sunburst 1965 Epiphone Casino, while others admire its "Revolution-era" appearance from around 1968, after Lennon stripped it and altered some of its hardware.
Now both versions of this historic electric guitar are available simultaneously in the form of the Epiphone "Inspired by" John Lennon Casinos, which according to the company "offer the look, tone, and feel of Epiphone's acclaimed U.S.A. John Lennon Signature Casinos, but at a more affordable price."
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