Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case
Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case

Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino w/case

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Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino in excellent condition.

This Indonesian-made Epiphone 'Inspired By' John Lennon Casino has upgraded fittings which include two Gibson USA P-90 pickups with dog-ear, nickel-plated covers and a Switchcraft-made three-way toggle switch and output jack.

Like the ES-330, the Casino's maple laminate body is completely hollow and shares the distinctive twin-cutaway shape with single-layer, off-white binding on the front and back edges, which in this case is extremely well done.

The 'Inspired By' also features a more vintage-correct sunburst than its Chinese counterpart, where the 'burst is wider to the edges and has a more luxurious, deeper gradient as seen on sixties examples.

In keeping with the original, the 22-fret neck joins the body at the 16th fret, which is three further back than a centre-blocked ES-335 and one further than the Chinese-made standard Casino.

We also see the inclusion of parallelogram-shaped block inlays placed neatly into the rosewood fretboard, as seen on original Casinos of that period. The slim-taper neck, with its medium gauge fretwire and a 355mm (14-inch) radius makes for a very comfortable feel and low-playing action.

Further testament to Epiphone's vintage-correct efforts can be seen in the smaller details: small button vintage Kluson-style tuners, a black ring around the toggle switch, Gibson-style control knobs and a rectangular blue label in the soundhole.

A nickel-covered trapeze-style tailpiece, as seen on the ES-330, and a twin-pillar-mounted tune-o-matic bridge complete the hardware.

Includes Epiphone hardshell case.