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Epiphone "Revolution" Casino


tom_newton2001

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Okay, I have a 2005 or 2006 Epiphone Casino. Of course, I am trying my best to recreate Lennon's Casino. What I need is the pickguard screw that is located on the front of the guitar. does anybody know where I can get the actual little black thing that the screw goes through?

if you look at a picture of the re-issue you can see what I am talking about.

UPDATE:

I do have the original pickguard, screws and bracket. I just don't have the little black thing.

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I was in Iraq when I bought it. I had it sent my home stateside. I had my wife remove the pickguard and put the black knob that I had bought on, and she lost the little rubber thing. I tried to put the rubber thing from my other casino, a 2006 Epiphone Casino vintage sunburst w/bigsby, but you couldn't see it because of the screw.

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I've received parts twice from epiphone customer service, so it's worth emailing them...just

say you lost the rubber piece, don't mention lennon, or they'll want you to buy a revolution

model : )

 

it's just rubber, take the screw to the hardware store and find some black rubber tubing...you

can cut a piece to fit

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Actually, I bet you could find a small rubber grommet that would be hard to distinguish from the original piece. In fact I bet that's what Epiphone originally used there. If you don't have a Grommets 'R' Us nearby, try hardware stores or electronics stores.

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I've received parts twice from epiphone customer service' date=' so it's worth emailing them...just

say you lost the rubber piece, don't mention lennon, or they'll want you to buy a revolution

model : )

 

it's just rubber, take the screw to the hardware store and find some black rubber tubing...you

can cut a piece to fit[/quote']

CONTACTED GIBSON. PART IS ON ITS WAY!!! THANKS EVERYBODY!!!!

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