Up for sale is a stunning 1988 Epiphone Casino Made In Japan in a beautiful violin burst finish. This instrument is easily one of the nicest Casino we've seen recently and in many ways rivals the vintage ones we all love from the 1960s. Original with fully hollow maple body. Fabulous sounding P-90’s pickups which provide a beautiful balance between warm, clean and bright tones. Wound to vintage specs. Overall in very good condition less some scattered dings, dents finish scratches and light play wear. Included is a Epiphone branded gig bag. Model specs below:
• Weight: 6lbs 6oz.
• Fast C shape neck profile.
• Bound rosewood fretboard with pearl trapezoid inlay.
• Medium jumbo frets in great shape with lots of life left.
• Bone nut measures 1 9/16” in width.
• Kluson Deluxe-style nickel tuners.
• Nickel pickup covers.
• Gold reflector cap volume and tone knobs.
• Nickel ABR-1 bridge (with the correct “Made in Japan” text on the underside).
• Orange oval label visible through the F hole shows the correct 5-digit serial number for Terada production models (8 for 1988, 5 for Casino and a trio of digits for the production number).
• Rare Violin Burst
• Comes with original Epiphone gig bag.
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