[GEAR] My 1997 Epiphone Casino, in limited edition turquoise!
Hello, guitar! I just wanted to share a photo of my favorite guitar! I'm not usually one to name my guitars, but I named this one Charlotte. I just thought it fit :) She's an Epiphone Casino, made at the Peerless factory in Korea in 1997. They made the limited edition turquoise finish from model years '97-'02. I just love this finish, and I just knew it was going to be my main squeeze the second I got my hands on it!
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"Charlotte" is a 1997 Epiphone Casino! This is a limited edition factory finish, made from roughly 1996-2002, from the Peerless factory in Korea. Completely stock. Classic Epiphone Casino sound and feel, but they can get really dirty if you want them to. I've shared a photo or two of this beauty before...I was clearing out a memory card and found this shot sitting there--I just had to share. Have a most excellent day!
So I've been working with a little Fender solid-state for a while now and I'm looking to move up into real tube territory. I play Psych-Garage music (heavy distortion, cleanish-reverby tones, fuzz, generous use of effects) and I've tried out a few amps. I was sitting in Center of Guitars last night with an Epiphone Casino and tried out a used Blackstar Artist 30. The gain on it wasn't super crazy, but it distorted in a very natural and pleasing way. I was comparing it to a couple of different used Fender tube amps they had (Hot Rod Deluxe, and some kind of 40w tweed). Maybe it was my imagination, but the Blackstar seemed... richer? Fuller? I'm curious about this because most of my favorite artists use Fender amps (Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, The White Stripes, Saint Vincent, Syd Barrett). What am I missing? I know the Blackstar is a little more limited in terms of clean tones, and traditionally Fender amps are seen as the better pedal-platforms. Would the Fender fit nicer in a full band mix? The distortion on the Fenders (at least the tones I dialed in) sounded harsher, nastier. People say Fender amps are more versatile, would I be limiting myself too much if I went with the Blackstar? Edit: A lot of people are mentioning Traynor amps. How do they compare to Fenders?
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[QUESTION] Can someone point me in the right direction for a hollow body?
Hey there, I currently have an Epiphone LP standard and an Epiphone SG. I have always thought hollow body guitars were cool, and really want to get one. I was hoping some people might share their opinions on where I should start. I have really been getting into learning blues lately, and think a HB would sound great. I went to guitar center today to window shop and play a few, but they had a surprisingly limited selection, and I couldn't really hear myself think over the teenagers shredding next to me, let alone hear the acoustics of a the guitars. price range is <$600 preferred louder acoustic (I often am too lazy to plug in, and really like the thought of a semi acoustic) I already have a few Epiphones, so I thought about the Casino Coupe (which guitar center didn't have), but I didn't know if people had other recommendations, as I really have only ever played Epiphones. Thank you for anyone taking the time to respond, I appreciate it! [EDIT] sorry, forgot how to do math symbols.
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