Epiphone Limited Edition Casino Electric Guitar, Left-Handed

A semi-hollowbody with serious crossover appeal, this lefty Casino can rock any stage thanks to its P-90 pickups, maple body, and SlimTaper "D" neck profile.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Alnico P-90T and P-90R dog-ear pickups High-output single-coils; biting treble response
Laminated spruce top Bright, smooth highs and mids
SlimTaper D neck profile Comfortable, familiar-feeling neck shape
Tune-o-matic with trapeze tailpiece Vintage sustain and perfect intonation

Famous ever since the Fab Four started using it in the '60s, the Epiphone Casino's semi-hollow, laminated maple body brings a familiar jangle to rhythm playing, while its P-90 pickups give it plenty of bite for leads. The basis on which Gibson built their ES Series of guitars -- some of the most enduring instruments in the development of rock'n'roll -- the Epiphone Casino Archtop is truly a guitarist's guitar, rich in tradition, tone, and history. Which is now available in a left-handed model so that lefty players can enjoy the same experience. Two P-90 pickups allow you to dial in a huge range of tasty tones with one versatile axe. And at this price, it's the only Casino you can really ever trust not to break the bank.

Classic Construction, Classic Tone

The Epiphone Casino's combination of a laminated spruce arched top and hollow maple body offers the discerning tone junkie a veritable smorgasbord of complex tones, rich harmonics and pleasing overtones. Unlike the ES-335 or other semi-hollow instruments of this shape, the Epiphone Casino is a fully hollow instrument. Though slightly more prone to high-gain feedback, an all-hollow guitar is offers richer resonance -- true tone aficionados gladly make the tradeoff. The Epiphone Casino's set mahogany neck and array of dual P-90 dog-ear pickups deliver everything from singing sustain to chimey rhythm jangle, all at the flip of a switch or the stomp of a box. The combination of a rosewood fretboard with the rest of these read more carefully selected tonewoods make the Epiphone Casino a wonderfully balanced instrument, both in sound and feel. The four top-mounted control knobs (volume and tone for each of the rhythm and lead pickups) allows for even further tweaking and tonal exploration, presenting a palette rich enough for even the most demanding six-string Centurion.

Like Shaking Hands with an Old Friend

Featuring the tried-and-true Gibson 24.75-inch scale length and 1.68-inch nut width, the left-handed Epiphone Casino immediately feels as comfortable as a your favorite pair of jeans or a perfectly broken-in pair of boots. The Casino's neck profile is at once substantial and quick, capable of digging in for some open position chording or slithering around for snakey runs, double-stops, and pull-offs. The bound fretboard edges only add to the Epiphone Casino's comfort, especially for all of you thumb-over-the-top players out there.

Finishes Fit for a Prince

The Epiphone Casino has enough looks to keep up with whatever number of costume changes you happen to throw into your set. Alternately, you can take the John Lennon approach by pulling off the pickguard and sanding off the finish down to the bare wood -- heck, if it helps you write a song half as good as one of his, it would be well worth the effort. Tasteful appointments on the Epiphone Casino Archtop include a classic trapeze style bridge tailpiece, bound rosewood fretboard with handsome parallelogram inlays, bound body, chrome hardware, and oversized "open book" Epiphone headstock. The Casino Archtop is not an instrument that screams garish pomp; instead, it gently exudes a sense of refined class and taste.


- Fully hollow body with spruce top and maple back and sides
- Set mahogany neck
- Bound rosewood fretboard with parallelogram inlays
- Dual P-90 dog-ear pickups
- Chrome hardware
- Trapeze bridge tailpiece
- Left-handed orientation
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- Body: 5-ply maple with basswood top bracing
- Neck: mahogany
- Neck Joint: 16th fret, Glued-in
- Fingerboard: rosewood with parallelogram inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets
- Fingerboard Radius: 12", 24.75" scale
- Nut Width: 1.68
- Neck Profile: SlimTaper "D"
- Pickups: Epiphone P-90T and P-90R
- Bridge: LockTone Tune-O-Matic
- Tailpiece: Trapeze
- Machine Heads: Small button
- Hardware: Nickel
- Toggle: Epiphone
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
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Shipping Weight: 9.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 44 x 22 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ETA4LVSNH3

In order to continually improve the design, quality, and performance of Epiphone's products and instruments and to make use of the best materials at all times, Epiphone reserves the right to change specifications without notice.

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-4GIBSON
Web: https://www.epiphone.com/en-US/Support/Contact

Epiphone Limited Edition Casino Electric

Unlike other instrument makers, Epiphone has always made its classic models available for left-handers. As longtime fans know, the Casino can be heard on every Beatles session from late 1964 through Abbey Road.


- Maple Body
- Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Epiphone P-90 Pickups
- Tune-O-Matic Bridge with Trapeze Tailpiece

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