Best strings for Casino - Epiphone Electrics - Gibson

The Casino has been Epiphone’s best-selling archtop guitar since 1961. Famously used by John Lennon, the guitar boasts a thin line body, single-coil pickups and comes in a variety of finishes. As a hollow-bodied versatile all-rounder, the Casino can pretty much deliver on any sound or genre. Semi-acoustic options are also available if this is more suitable for you. Since 1961, the Casino™ has been Epiphone’s best-selling archtop and a rock ‘n’ roll standard. Over the years it has been the choice of players including blues legend Howlin' Wolf, Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, and John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison of The Beatles. Now available in three new Worn finishes, including Worn Olive Drab, Worn Ebony, and Worn Blue Denim Gary Clark Jr. D'Addario guitar strings on Epiphone Casino guitar advertisement. Sign in to check out Check out as guest . Adding to your cart. The item you've selected was not added to your cart. Add to cart . Add to Watchlist Unwatch. 30-day returns. Ships from United States. Shipping: $3.95 Standard Shipping | See details . Item location: Flint, Michigan, United States . Ships to: Worldwide Get the best price on Epiphone Casino at Guitar Center. Most Epiphone Casino are eligible for free shipping. Since 1961, the legendary Casino has been Epiphone’s best-selling archtop and a rock ‘n’ roll standard. First introduced in 1961, the Casino was just one of several new thinline archtops designed and produced at the company’s adopted new factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan that it shared with one-time competitor and new partner, Gibson. The Casino was first adopted by Keith Richards of The Three recommendations for best guitar strings for Les Paul electric guitars, either Gibson or Epiphone. Sets from Ernie Ball, GHS and Elixir are included. Changing the strings on an Epiphone or other guitar brand gets easier with experience, but every guitar player should learn to do it correctly from the start. Whether you have an Epiphone steel-string acoustic guitar or an electric guitar, changing a string is the same except for a slight variation with "bridge pin" type of acoustic bridge. Restringing is part of your guitar's overall care and There's no real ideal string gauge for any guitar. It's entirely up to you and what you think sounds and feels right. However, I personally use 10s on my Casino, and do on all my guitars. Some folks say you can use even heavier gauge strings on a Casino, as the trapeze tailpiece keeps things feeling supple and light. I've not tried it myself. I personally use D'Addario half rounds on my Casino For my Casino, I started with T-Is and recently switched to DR Pure Blues, when I changed out the pickups to Lollars. The Casino was my "jazz" guitar, but now that I have the Zephyr Blues Deluxe, the Casino sees more rock use and I really like the DRs for that. But, I might try the Cobalts, next time I change strings. There are unlikely heroes and tinkerers in the Epiphone story too, like guitar pioneer Les Paul, who worked nights in the Epiphone factory in New York City to create "the Log", his primordial version of what would eventually be called the "Les Paul." The Beatles' bassist extraordinaire Paul McCartney choose an Epiphone Casino as his first American made guitar and John Lennon and George

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