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Epiphone Casino Coupe

Basic Details:
• Casino with ES-339 body size
• Fully hollow, laminated Maple body w/set Mahogany neck
• Epiphone P90R and P90T dogear pickups
• Available in Cherry, Natural and Vintage Sunburst

Magnifique1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreLongueuil, Quebec
J'ai acheté du magasin de Longeuil juste avant Noël, excelent service comme toujoirs. Hésité beacoup entre elle et la es-339 pro. Les p-90 m'ont gagné. J'ai déjà une Gibson Les Paul tribute 2017, donc ok pour les humbuckers ( je vais quand même acheté la es-339 pro plus tard😎). Le profil du manche est à peu pret le meme,sauf le manche lustré. Le son dans un traynor ygl-1 est vraiment bon. Autant sur le "usa" que sur le "brit" mode, avec gain a 5, dependament si je veux un son clean ou un peu de tube gain. Le seul defaut,le fini chrome du pickup bridge, commence à décolorer là où ma main touche après seulement un mois. Quelques défaut dans la finition ( du rouge sur le binding blanc) mais très très minime, mieux fini que ma gibson, qui elle, a eu un probleme de block inlay qui decole et 2 fretes mal fini sur la 20 et 21 fret, qui causent un dead spot sur la 4e et 5e corde. Donc Epiphone, wow! Très impressioné! Full hollow body, pas de bloc central, très légère, pour le quart du prux d'une gibson es-330, ya pas de question, maintenant, je veux la 339 pro
Posted by yan blondin on Jan 12, 2020
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im in love0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreLongueuil, Quebec
bought it today from the longueul store. had a real rough time choosing between thos and a 339 pro. the p90 and real hollow (not semi) made the differnece. my main guitar is a gibson tribute les paul and i wanted sometjing different. i love it. so light and sounds awesome in my traynor ygl-1. awesome service as usual.
Posted by yan blondin on Dec 7, 2019
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Has it's own sound4 of 4 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreEdmonton (Whyte Ave.), Alberta
I have had this guitar for a year. The size and the weight is perfect for me. Very comfortable to play. The neck I find has little more too it than the 1960s slim taper it is supposed to have - more a soft D profile and I like it. It has it's own sound that filled a space between a strat and an ES339 with humbuckers. Nice chimey cleans and blues-rock grit when you add some dirt. Needed a setup and had fret buzz, but that was taken care of by the tech at the store. It's a keeper.
Posted by Robert Simpson on Sep 28, 2016
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Epiphone Casino Coupe: Very nice guitar6 of 6 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreKanata, Ontario
I bought the Epiphone Casino Coupe because I wanted a very lightweight guitar easier on the back while carrying it during rather longish walks to lessons. I also wanted a guitar that is a pleasure to play and would sound good with clean sound for jazz. It meets these criteria. It had a bit of buzzing, high action and tuning instability from the start. Heavier gauge strings and a proper set up including nut adjustment cured all those ills. The high E string machine tuner had a cracking sound and seemed mechanically defective. The Kanata L&M store replaced that right away. Works fine now. Excellent service. One reads a lot of reviews which indicate people immediately replace the pickups, bridge, nut, tuners -- I guess assuming they are low quality. I did not do any of that. The stock hardware is actually pretty good. My advice: take the time get to know the guitar and fine tune its set up before changing stuff. Get it set up to fit your needs. We are all individual. Set ups will very accordingly. I took care of the excess bass by carefully adjusting the pole pieces in the pickups to achieve balance across the strings -- and cutting bass a bit in my pedal controls and amp. I may yet change hardware, but not until they prove my current assessment wrong or my needs change. I am still getting to know these P90s. So far, I am enjoying them and their difference from humbuckers. Overall, very nice guitar. Good value. I won't make comparisons to similar Gibson models, as they are in a different league and price point. This instrument stands quite proudly on its own.
Posted by Alrick Huebener on May 28, 2016
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Casino Coupe3 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreEdmonton (Whyte Ave.), Alberta
I started by renting this during 1/2 price rental day. Bought it two weeks later. This guitar has a sound all its own. Clean sounds are great. Add a bit of dirt and it is just yummy. I don't even notice the 60 cycle hum. Unplugged it is surprisingly clear and full for a small bodied guitar. The 339 sized body fits me so well. I love the clean sound so much, I don't feel need to add an electric acoustic. A bit of chorus, or reverb and wee bit of low speed and depth tremolo and this is a Casino sound. When I got it, it had to be set up again. Action was high. Then there was fret buzz at the 11th and 12th frets of the D and A strings. Took it back and the tech found some frets had slightly popped. Fixed that while I waited. Great service at Whyte Ave store in Edmonton. Hey, it's not a Gibson, but at 1/4 to 1/5 the price of an ES390, it is more than worth the price.
Posted by Robert on Dec 1, 2015
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