Epiphone Casino VS E-Gitarre – Musikhaus Thomann

The “John Lennon 1965 Casino” is a reproduction of the guitar as John originally purchased it with the sunburst finish and stock hardware. The “John Lennon Revolution Casino” is a reproduction of the “stripped” guitar featuring one coat of nitro-cellulose lacquer, gold Grover tuners and no pickguard. Epiphone is, of course, owned by Gibson, and in the sixties guitars by both brands The Guitar Though Lennon's career is defined largely by his contributions to songwriting and his larger-than-life persona, his role as a guitarist in The Beatles repertoire should not be ignored. One of the more recognizable guitars that John was identified with was an Epiphone Casino which he got around 1966 and was first seen during the group's performance in British TV show "Top of the Pops E-Gitarre. John Lennon spielte bei den Beatles ab ca. 65 fast ausschließlich seine Epiphone Casino Semi-Acoustic. Ursprünglich hatte die Gitarre das vorliegende Sunburst-Finish, 1967 wurde sie im Zuge der Psychedelic-Mode vollkommen ausgeflippt übermalt, ein Jahr später dann komplett von allen Farben befreit, das Ergebnis war das "Natural Finish", wie man es z.B. beim Film "Let It Be" oder The Casino was first adopted by Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones who used a Casino to record the demo for “Satisfaction” at Chess Records in Chicago. Howlin' Wolf took a Casino on his first tour of the UK, appearing on Thank Your Lucky Stars. Shortly afterwards, John Lennon and George Harrison bought Casinos for the Beatles 1966 world tour. Featuring Dogear P-90T Classic™ pickups and Enter the Epiphone John Lennon EJ-160E, a gorgeous acoustic-electric guitar complete with a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides and an incredibly unique mini acoustic humbucker pickup featuring electric guitar-style volume and tone controls. Also adorned with a graphic of John Lennon's signature on the body of the guitar, this beautiful signature model was inspired by Lennon's original Ever since the day George Harrison purchased an Epiphone Casino at a New York City pawnshop and played it on The Ed Sullivan Show, Epiphone guitars have been linked to The Beatles. Enter the Epiphone John Lennon EJ-160E, a gorgeous acoustic-electric guitar complete with a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides and an incredibly unique mini acoustic humbucker pickup featuring electric guitar

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