Casino stage series electric guitar review
I’ve been playing guitar. I’ve always wanted a Casino stage series electric guitar and the killer tone but here on my channel you know that you don’t need to spend a fortune to have a great playing pro grade instrument and that’s where the epiphone casino comes in to these new chinese-made epiphone casino guitars live up to the hype or are there better ways you can spend your hard-earned gear dollars stick around and find out let’s start with how the epiphone casino sounds clean through my Fender blues junior amplifier.
The Epiphone casino features a mahogany neck a fully hollow maple ply body and two alnico p90 pickups which are really high output 11.5 K for the neck and 12.3
K for the bridge that’s crazy hot for what’s supposed to be a vintage p90 right now I like them but I doubt they’re going to be in there forever this guitar is incredibly lightweight and plays fabulously it’s got super low action and no fret buzz anywhere there’s one thing I’m noticing however with just 2 months of play I’m already seeing some significant wear on the tops of the frets granted I usually play for a couple of hours every day but I’ve noticed this on other recent Chinese made instruments as well and I’m beginning to wonder if one of the cost-saving areas these factories are employing is cheaper softer fret wire as for fit and finish the guitar is flawless Epiphone has always been known for their great semi and full hollow body axes and they really haven’t disappointed me here this would be a stellar guitar for beginners or pros alike
Overall this guitar is for sure going to be a keeper it’s just too much fun and I’m already looking forward to swapping these p90s for something a little more classic which means another gear demo coming to my channel really soon please like and share this video if you feel so inclined and as always please subscribe to my channel if you found this video useful thanks, everybody.