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  1. http://www.thomann.de/gb/epiphone_paul_weller_1964_casino.htm No pictures yet but... Epiphone Ltd Ed Paul Weller "1964" Casino, Semi-Acoustic, 5-ply maple body, mahagony neck, rosewood with parallelogram inlays, thomann 22 frets, scale: 628 mm, 2 Alnico Gibson P90 pickups, chrome hardware, Farbe Vintage Sunburst (aged gloss) Sounds intriguing! Love Weller's Casino...
  2. Then you're in luck: http://www.thomann.de/gb/epiphone_paul_weller_1964_casino.htm
  3. I'm looking for a white one. Basically an exact replacement for the stock one which has been lost. I have s friend who has an 05 peerless one I'm going to measure against mine
  4. What are the options for finding a good matching replacement?
  5. unless you want flats I don't know why anybody wouldn't go with elixir. last forever. unless you are a real audiphile and can tell the difference between the long shiny ones and the rest
  6. I have never seen a guitar and thought, I need that because of the colour but when I do buy a guitar, I generally want it in a specific colour. I'm not a big Fender fan but I have a strat and a tele but they had to be sonic blue and black respectively ;)
  7. I want one in sunburst!! Lovely
  8. I have always been put off by the Elitist' "Modern" specs. For me, I'd be just as happy with this as the 1965 ones and make the mods myself. It's good to see Epiphone really making an effort to bring back a lot of the 60s touches over the last few years.
  9. Looks like the Elitist is getting a new treatment with more 60s correct specs. Not got any official Lennon association but much similar to his specs than the previous Elitist model. Nitro, Klusons, Blue Label, Nylon Saddles, two hole TRC... All you need is a black washer and a foil e. $10-20 and it's there! http://www.epiphone.com/Products/Archtop/Ltd-Ed-Elitist-1965-Casino-Vintage-Outfit.aspx
  10. I'd go with the grommet in CB's link above. Better than rubber washer's for authenticity as the originals were plastic. Switchcraft switch is a good standard replacement
  11. CB - I'm pretty sure Corian is the period correct nut material
  12. The B7 is the way to go. Also crazy parts in Germany do lots of USA and German made parts that would be direct replacements. I don't get why you would want to change the essence if the guitar for issues that's can be easily resolved with like for like parts of better quality
  13. I've never had any reason to upgrade from the Kyser/Schubb style quick release but have heard the G7 ones are good.
  14. McCartney and Harrison Casinos Epiphone Coronet Sunbursrt Sorrento
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