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I've lusted after one of these for years so I finally did something about it.
I went and bought one. I drove to Melb and hunted it out on Wednesday. 23 Hr round trip.
It's a made in china model.
- http://www.epiphone.com/Products/Archtop/Casino.aspx -

These pics are best at the moment. I'll try for better tomorrow with daylight.
I put a new set of strings on it straight away and adjusted the bridge. It's feels and is sounding pretty good.
I haven't given it a good work out through the amp yet. huge grin

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#2
Damn, that's a beauty! Got reverb? You're gonna need it.
Someone should put that in their signature…
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#3
Sweet.

Waaza got an Asian hottie.
Because I said so. 
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(04-29-2016, 05:44 AM)Dr. Vegetable Wrote: Damn, that's a beauty!  Got reverb?  You're gonna need it.

No, just an Analog delay,
I do have  some reverb tanks sitting around and I've been meaning to turn one into a stand alone unit. This might get me inspired to do it. :toast:

I did make a stereo unit from some hammond units but it runs on my sound system and it's inputs and outputs are line level and it's solid state drive and recovery. If I make a stand alone I'll probably make it valve driven.
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#5
That is cool as hell.
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Played it a bit with the amp yesterday. The P90's seem to have a lot more bottom end than other pups I have.
It does Blues Tones really nicely. I have to fuck around with it more to get the handle of these pups. It plays beautifully
and I think I'm going to spend a lot of time on this guitar. Even unplugged it has a lovely body tone.
The neck is almost identical to my Hummingbird which makes it seem really familiar.
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#7
That's an awesome guitar man! Congrats
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#8
GV did you start a Monkees Tribute and not tell us?
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(05-03-2016, 05:51 AM)Securb Wrote: GV did you start a Monkees Tribute and not tell us?

I think you need glasses Bruce. :old:


Quote:Gretsch Monkees Signature Guitar (Model 6123)


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I like that Monkees axe.
Because I said so. 
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