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New to the form...came across it as I'm looking to buy a new electric guitar in the near future. I've been playing for about 20 years I guess...but I've basically been playing my 2 acoustics my whole life. I think it's time for me to buy my 'mid-life crisis' guitar. I'm a huge Beatles fan, so I'm leaning towards an Epiphone casino. I'm also a huge fan of saving money, and playing for fun....so I am leaning towards a casino coupe.

I'd love some feedback, if anyone has anything to say about the Casino Coupe?

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Thanks everyone....I haven't tried playing a full sized casino yet, but I am in love with the size and weight of the coupe. Something about it in the starburst finish is calling me....
 

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New to the form...came across it as I'm looking to buy a new electric guitar in the near future. I've been playing for about 20 years I guess...but I've basically been playing my 2 acoustics my whole life. I think it's time for me to buy my 'mid-life crisis' guitar. I'm a huge Beatles fan, so I'm leaning towards an Epiphone casino. I'm also a huge fan of saving money, and playing for fun....so I am leaning towards a casino coupe.



I'd love some feedback, if anyone has anything to say about the Casino Coupe?

Thanks,
Welcome to the forum. I cant vouch for the Casino as my buddy in our band has a made in Korea from early 90,s i think. We are doing a complete Beatles set and this guitar nails it, hands down. I just finished a band practice with it and i am very happy. Have not tried the Coupe so cant comment but i would go for the regular body Casino.
 
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Welcome aboard Acro.
I haven't played a Casino. Yet.
I do own and have owned various semi's though.
When searching for one, consider what you want out of it.
Me, I would go for the coupe for the high fret access.



 
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