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I`ll play.

 

Here is my 1983 Matsumoku made Casino, with a few modifications.

 

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The tailpiece is from a 1964 Gibson 330, the bridge is Kluson made non wire with nylon saddles. the pickups are Gibson USA P-90s, the truss rod cover is an original 1966 item. And the tuners have been replaced with gold Grover`s. It`s my favourite of the many I`ve played over the years. [biggrin]

 

Steve.

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So, Crust...did you buy all 3, at the same time, or are you just not playing them? I notice

the tags, and covers on the pickguards are still there. [biggrin]

 

CB

 

If I had 6 arms, I'd play them at the same time...lol. I have been able to obtain several guitars recently. I do like Epiphones. I also picked this up too. I want to modify the Casino with a Bigsby and that trem attachment thing, I am also working on the old Montoya LP . I want to add a Bigsby to that. It will look like Neal Young's Black LP, a little. So, a few new, and a few old to do some work on. Hey, check this out, I really dig this one. I don't have only Epiphones in my assortment. This is my 2nd Gretsch, It sounds really good, different, brighter than the P93'S which I really like. You know, I could obtain one nice Gibson, but, for now, I'll stick (mostly) to Epiphone guitars. To me, they are great instruments, to me.

 

 

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If I had 6 arms, I'd play them at the same time...lol. I have been able to obtain several guitars recently. I do like Epiphones. I also picked this up too. I want to modify the Casino with a Bigsby and that trem attachment thing, I am also working on the old Montoya LP . I want to add a Bigsby to that. It will look like Neal Young's Black LP, a little. So, a few new, and a few old to do some work on. Hey, check this out, I really dig this one. I don't have only Epiphones in my assortment. This is my 2nd Gretsch, It sounds really good, different, brighter than the P93'S which I really like. You know, I could obtain one nice Gibson, but, for now, I'll stick (mostly) to Epiphone guitars. To me, they are great instruments, to me.

 

 

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I most always leave the tags and covers on, until they start to fall off of on their own..lol

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Hey Crust i have her twin sister i really like it. how about you.

 

Love at first sight. Actually, I had a Casino (natural) which I had fixed (it had a broken off head stock, I have posted previous pictures of ) but sold after I fixed it. This new one is...awesome...lol, it really is. I can'y find 1 thing to complain about, the thing is a work of art. I will make 1 comment. I want to put a Bigsby, Vibromate and a roller bridge on, probably will, soon. Would you believe, that with all the instruments I am fortunate enough to have acquired over the years, I play the yellow LP Special 1 about more than any of them. But, getting back to the Casino, I can't heap enough praise on Epiphone for making such a great guitar. I suppose that if and when I change out the bridge, the strings will also be changed out too. I usually use D'Darrio strings. I sent in the form to get the free power supply offer thing, the Casino, Swingster, Royal red Riviera and the LP Florentine. Think they will send me 4 ? lol

I have a few pedals, but not 32...yet...lolunsure.gif

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