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I sometimes wonder if I'm going to end up with half a dozen different guitars, all in Sunburst.
And whether that would be a bad thing or a good thing!
I don't suppose removing the pickguard would likely affect tone, but I'm wondering about playability?
Do people remove the pickguards purely because they think it looks better or do they perceive there to be an advantage in doing so?
For example, I played another guitar recently with a raised pickguard and remember thinking that it might be a bit more difficult to do fingerpicking style with it as you need a bit more space for the fingers.
So I'm wondering what the reason for removing the pickguard on the Casino is, as it seems quite common looking at pictures on the internet.
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I felt the natural finish one was a bit chimmy and the coating was a little thick.
I got them both from the same store,got the natural first,i think it was an 04 year.
My Sunburst took about 9 month to arrive and its an 06 year.
It's got a 2 cm crack in the surface finish at the dove joint bottom E string side close to the strap anchor,don't know whats going on there.
I've never hooked either one up to an amp so I can't say anything about that aspect of there sound,but I did like the tone of the sunburst better.
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here don't even need a tube amp, although I highly recommend it.
You should get something.
The poly finish will not significantly effect the tone of the guitar.
Both are roughly the same thickness even, so not even a nitro nut can tell you differently.
The big thing with any electric guitar is how the amplifier takes the guitar's naked signal and alters both the volume and tone in very unique ways.
It makes no sense at all to have an electric guitar like the Casino, with its great P90 pickups and the relationship between those pickups and the hollowbody construction, and not have an amp.
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You say you don't need one, I'm assuming cause you're not out playing live gigs all the time.
There are plenty of low volume practice amplifiers that sound killer and will help you with your tone.
I don't mean to offend in any way.
Having an amplifier changes everything, and you really owe it to yourself to get something to play a killer Elitist Casino through!!
But it sounds so good acoustically,The K 240 head phones are open enough to let the guitar come through with music going in them.
It was one of the reasons I got the Casino,not as loud as an acoustic and not soft like a solid body.
I had an elitist dot that I had a hard time hearing,i miss her,but that was the reason for the casino.
I'm sure it will sound good when I do get an amp but not a priority right now.
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Thanks for posting that comparable list.
At one time not sure if this is still trueGibson charged slightly more for natural finish epiphone casino sunburst or natural than the same models in sunburst, and some players felt they were worth more, because they used the nicest and prettiest woods on the natural finish guitars.
Makes sense, since everything is completely visible.
If there was a slight blemish in a piece of wood, they'd position it where it would be covered by the darker part of the burst finish.
Some players felt that this translated into better tone from the naturals.
There might click something to that in carved top guitars, but I doubt it makes a noticeable difference in a laminated guitar like a Casino.
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Tone on the other hand is subjective, and can be easily manipulted.
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Although the MIC sounds and plays great the 1965 is definitely a professional grade instrument.
The action is incredibly close all the way down the slim neck and the p-90s just sing.
The 1965 Casino is my favourite of my 30 guitars and I'd heartily recommend it to anybody.
I hope that this was of some help.
Owning both, I have to say the Gibson's overall playability is significantly superior.
I have 3 J-160e type guitars Gibson 1962 RI, Epiphone EJ and Tokai and the playability of the Tokai is by far the best.
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Epiphone Casino Elitist - Natural or Sunburst finish for best sound?
It comes with two finishes - Sunburst and Natural.
I read that John Lennon originally had a Sunburst Casino and then in the late '60s had the finish sanded or stripped to natural to supposedly improve the tone.
I'm looking for a studio instrument so the sound and tone of the guitar are ultimately my foremost concern.
Has anyone had experience with both versions of the Casino and are able to tell whether there's a noticeable difference in sound between the two versions?
Looks-wise I'm maybe 51% in favour of the Sunburst but if the Natural has a better tone then I'd most probably get that.
They don't sell the Casino near where I live so I'll most likely have to order one in and therefore not be able to test both versions myself pre-purchase.
Any help would therefore be greatly appreciated!
Both Elitist Casino finishes are poly so should sound roughly the same, unit to unit differences notwithstanding.
Only the much more expensive 1965 Revolution blonde model has a thin nitrocellulose finish to replicate JL's guitar.
Finish might make a difference when played unplugged but once you plug in it don't matter other than Mojo.
Thanks for the swift responses and info - and a useful Casino comparison chart.
It's difficult to epiphone casino sunburst or natural between the two finishes then as they both look great!
I guess I'll have to ponder it and let my Mojo decide.
Okay, been thinking some more.
I've noticed some Casino users remove the raised pickguard from the guitar like on JL's "stripped" Casino.
I think maybe I prefer the Natural finish Casino to the Sunburst when the pickguard's removed.
I'm not familiar myself with archtop guitars with raised pickguards like this one.
The two finishes are virtually the same mostly polyester on either color guitar.
They will sound and play the same within any manufacturing variationswith or without pickguard.
But if you remove the "e" decal on the pickguard.
When I have to decide about colors, I choose the one I think I'll be least likely to get tired of.
They don't sell the Casino near where I live so I'll most likely have to order one in and therefore not be able to test both versions myself pre-purchase.
Any help would therefore be greatly appreciated!
FYI, if you have to order one, be prepared to wait.
I've had an Elitist Casino on order from Sweetwater for about 3 months now.
They only get them in every "now epiphone casino sunburst or natural then".
They will sound and play the same within any manufacturing variationswith or without pickguard.
But if you remove the "e" decal on the pickguard.
I don't suppose removing the pickguard would likely affect tone, but I'm wondering about playability?
Do people remove the pickguards purely because they think it looks better or epiphone casino sunburst or natural they perceive there to be an advantage in doing so?
For example, I played another guitar recently with a raised pickguard and remember thinking that it might be a bit more difficult to do fingerpicking style with it as you need a bit more space for the fingers.
So I'm wondering what the reason for removing the pickguard on the Casino is, as it seems quite common looking at pictures on the internet.
When I have to decide about colors, I choose the one I think I'll be least likely to get tired of.
I sometimes wonder if I'm going to end up with half a dozen different guitars, all in Sunburst.
And whether that would be a bad epiphone casino sunburst or natural or a good thing!
I don't suppose removing the pickguard would likely affect tone, but I'm wondering about playability?
Do people remove the pickguards purely because they think it looks better or do they perceive there to be an advantage in doing so?
For example, I played another guitar recently with a raised pickguard and remember thinking that it might be a bit more difficult to do fingerpicking style with it as you need a bit more space for the fingers.
So I'm wondering what the reason for removing the pickguard on the Casino is, as it seems quite common looking at pictures on the internet.
I sometimes wonder if I'm going to end up with half a dozen different guitars, all in Sunburst.
And whether that would be a bad thing or a good thing!
Yeah, I'm in no rush.
Hope you get yours soon!
I've had both and I've kept the sunburst just because of the finish and a little bit because of the sound quality.
I felt the natural finish one was a bit chimmy and the coating was a little thick.
I got them both from the same store,got the natural first,i think it was an 04 year.
My Sunburst took about 9 month to arrive and its an 06 year.
It's got a 2 cm crack in the surface finish at the dove joint bottom E string side close to the strap anchor,don't know whats going on there.
I've never hooked either one up to an amp so I can't say anything about that aspect of there sound,but I did like the tone of the sunburst better.
Plugging your headphones in doesn't do anything, you can probably barely hear a signal coming out and it's mostly the acoustic sound anyways.
You don't even need a tube learn more here, although I highly recommend it.
You should get something.
The poly finish will not significantly effect the tone of the guitar.
Both epiphone casino sunburst or natural roughly the same thickness even, so not even a nitro nut can tell you differently.
The big thing with any electric guitar is how the amplifier takes the guitar's naked signal and alters both the volume and tone in very unique ways.
It makes no sense at all to have an electric guitar like the Casino, with its great P90 pickups and the relationship between those pickups and the hollowbody construction, and not have an amp.
I would do yourself a huge favor and go out and buy an amp.
You say you don't need one, I'm assuming cause you're not out playing live gigs all the time.
There are plenty of low volume practice amplifiers that sound killer and will help you with your tone.
I don't mean to offend in any way.
Having an amplifier changes everything, and you really owe it to yourself to get something to play a killer Elitist Casino through!!
But it sounds so good acoustically,The K 240 head phones are open enough to let the guitar come through with music going in them.
It was one of the reasons I got the Casino,not as loud as an acoustic and not soft like a solid body.
I had an elitist dot that I had a hard time hearing,i miss her,but that was the reason for the casino.
I'm sure it will sound good when I do get an amp but not a priority right now.
But it sounds so good acoustically,The K 240 head phones are open enough to let the guitar come through with music going in them.
It was one of the reasons I got the Casino,not as loud as an acoustic and not soft like a solid body.
I had an elitist dot that I had a hard time hearing,i miss her,but that was the reason for the casino.
I'm sure it will sound good when I do get an amp but not a priority right now.
Well I'm glad it is working out for you right now.
A good amplifier makes a good guitar sound great.
A great tube amp makes a Casino sound like heaven.
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please click for source for posting that comparable list.
At one time not sure if this is still trueGibson charged slightly more for natural finish guitars than the same models in sunburst, and some players felt they were worth more, because they used the nicest and prettiest woods on the natural finish guitars.
Makes sense, since everything is completely visible.
If there was a slight blemish in a piece of wood, they'd position it where it would be covered by the darker part of the burst finish.
Some players felt that this translated into better tone from the naturals.
There might be something to that in carved top guitars, but I doubt it makes a noticeable difference in a laminated guitar like a Casino.
Thanks for posting that comparable list.
It's impossible for them to nitro guitars in Japan, it's been illegal over there for many years.
Fwiw - At the current Elitist Casino asking price USI would instead recommend purchasing a used level 2 Gibson 330L from MF.
Owning both, I have to say the Gibson's overall playability is significantly superior.
Tone on the other hand is subjective, and can be easily manipulted.
Both guitars are above average finish and build quality but the 1965 is just head and shoulders above the MIC in every way.
Although the MIC sounds and plays great the 1965 article source definitely a professional grade instrument.
The action is incredibly close all the way down the slim neck and the p-90s just sing.
The 1965 Casino is my favourite of my 30 guitars and I'd heartily recommend it to anybody.
I hope that this was of some help.
Owning both, I have to say the Gibson's overall playability is significantly superior.
I have 3 J-160e type guitars Gibson 1962 RI, Epiphone EJ and Tokai and the playability of the Tokai is by far the best.
Back to the original subject.
I don't think the finish makes a lot of difference unless it is literally stripped and even then mainly works better for acoustic guitars.
I have a stripped casino and it doesn't sound or play better than my finished ones.
My Tokai SG slaughters my Gibson in both sound and playability.
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Epiphone Casino Elitist - Natural or Sunburst finish for best sound?
It comes with two finishes - Sunburst and Natural.
I read that John Lennon originally had a Sunburst Casino and then in the late '60s had the finish sanded or stripped to natural to supposedly improve the tone.
I'm looking for a studio instrument so the sound and tone of the guitar are ultimately my foremost concern.
Has anyone had experience with both versions epiphone casino sunburst or natural the Casino and are able to tell whether there's a noticeable difference in sound between the two versions?
Looks-wise I'm maybe 51% in favour of the Sunburst but if the Natural has a better tone then I'd most probably get that.
They don't sell the Casino near where I live so I'll most likely have to order one in and therefore not be able to test both versions myself pre-purchase.
Any help would therefore be greatly appreciated!
Both Elitist Casino finishes are poly so should sound roughly the same, unit to unit differences notwithstanding.
Only the much more expensive epiphone casino sunburst or natural Revolution blonde model has a thin nitrocellulose finish epiphone casino sunburst or natural replicate JL's guitar.
Finish might make a difference when played unplugged but once you plug in it don't matter other than Mojo.
Thanks for the swift responses and info - and a useful Casino comparison chart.
It's difficult to choose between the two finishes then as they both look great!
I guess I'll have to ponder it and let my Mojo decide.
Okay, been thinking some more.
I've noticed some Casino users remove the raised pickguard from the guitar like on JL's "stripped" Casino.
I think maybe I prefer the Natural finish Casino to the Sunburst when the pickguard's removed.
I'm not familiar myself with archtop guitars with raised pickguards like this one.
The two finishes are virtually the same mostly polyester on either color guitar.
They will sound and play the same within any manufacturing variationswith or without pickguard.
But if you remove the "e" decal on the pickguard.
When I have to decide about colors, I choose the one I think I'll be least likely to get tired of.
They don't sell the Casino near where I live so I'll most likely have to order one in and therefore not be able to test both versions click here pre-purchase.
Any help would therefore be greatly appreciated!
FYI, if you have to order one, be prepared to wait.
I've had an Elitist Casino on order from Sweetwater for about 3 months now.
They only get them in every "now and then".
They will sound and play the same within any manufacturing variationswith or without pickguard.
But if you remove the "e" decal on the pickguard.
I don't suppose removing the pickguard would likely affect tone, but I'm wondering about playability?
Do people remove the pickguards purely because they think it looks better or do they perceive there to be an advantage in doing so?
For example, I played another guitar recently with a raised pickguard and remember thinking that it might be a bit more difficult to do fingerpicking style with it as you need a bit more space for the fingers.
So I'm wondering what the reason for removing the pickguard on the Casino is, as it seems quite common looking at pictures on the internet.
When I have to decide about colors, I choose the one I think I'll be least likely to get tired of.
I sometimes wonder if I'm going to epiphone casino sunburst or natural up with half a dozen different guitars, all in Sunburst.
And whether that would be a bad thing or a good thing!
I don't suppose removing the pickguard would likely affect tone, but I'm wondering about playability?
Do people remove the pickguards purely because they think it looks better or do they perceive there to be an advantage in doing so?
For example, I played another guitar recently with a raised pickguard and remember thinking that it might be a bit more difficult to do fingerpicking style with it as you need a bit more space for the fingers.
So I'm wondering what the reason for removing the pickguard on the Casino is, as it seems quite common looking at pictures on the internet.
I sometimes wonder if I'm going to end up with half a dozen different guitars, all in Sunburst.
And whether that would be a bad thing or a good thing!
Yeah, I'm in no rush.
Hope you epiphone casino sunburst or natural yours soon!
I've had both and I've kept the sunburst just because of the finish and a little bit because of the sound quality.
I felt the natural finish one was a bit chimmy and the coating was a little thick.
I got them both from the same store,got the natural first,i think it was an 04 year.
My Sunburst took about 9 month to arrive and its an 06 year.
It's got a 2 cm crack in the surface finish at the dove joint bottom E string side close to the strap anchor,don't know whats going on there.
I've never hooked either one up to an amp so I can't say anything about that aspect of there sound,but I did like the tone of the sunburst better.
Plugging your headphones in doesn't do anything, you can probably barely hear a signal coming out and it's mostly the acoustic sound anyways.
You should get something.
The poly finish will not significantly effect the tone of the guitar.
Both are roughly the same thickness even, so not even a nitro nut can tell you differently.
The big thing with any electric guitar is how the amplifier takes the guitar's naked signal and alters both the volume and tone in very unique ways.
It makes no sense at all to have an electric guitar like the Casino, with its great P90 pickups and the relationship between those pickups and the hollowbody construction, and not have an amp.
I would casino aberdeen gala yourself a huge favor and go out and buy an amp.
You say you don't need one, I'm assuming cause you're not out playing live gigs all the time.
There are plenty of low volume practice amplifiers that sound killer and will help you epiphone casino sunburst or natural your tone.
I don't mean to offend in any way.
Having an amplifier changes everything, and you really owe it to yourself to get something to play a killer Elitist Casino through!!
But it sounds so good acoustically,The K 240 head phones are open enough to continue reading the guitar come through with music going in go here />It was one of the reasons I got the Casino,not as loud as an acoustic and not soft like a solid body.
I had an elitist dot that I had a hard time hearing,i miss her,but that was the reason for the casino.
I'm sure it will sound good when I do get an amp but not a priority right now.
But it sounds so good acoustically,The K 240 head phones are open enough to let the guitar come through with music going in them.
It was one of the reasons I got the Casino,not as loud as an acoustic and not soft like a solid body.
I had an elitist dot that I had a hard time hearing,i miss her,but that was the reason for the casino.
I'm sure it will sound good when I do get an amp but not a priority right epiphone casino sunburst or natural />Well I'm glad it is working out for you right now.
A good amplifier makes a good guitar sound great.
A great tube amp makes a Casino sound like heaven.
Just my 2 cents.
Thanks for posting that comparable list.
At one time not sure if this is still trueGibson charged slightly more for natural finish guitars than the same models in sunburst, and some players felt they were worth more, because they used the nicest and prettiest woods on the natural finish guitars.
Makes sense, since everything is completely visible.
If there was a slight blemish in a piece of wood, they'd position it where it would be covered by the darker part of the burst finish.
Some players felt that click at this page translated into better tone from the naturals.
There might be something to that in carved top guitars, but I doubt it makes a noticeable difference in a laminated guitar like a Casino.
Thanks for posting that comparable list.
It's impossible for them to nitro guitars in Japan, it's been illegal over there for many years.
Fwiw - At the current Elitist Casino asking price USI would instead recommend purchasing a used level 2 Gibson 330L from MF.
Owning both, I have to say the Gibson's overall playability is significantly superior.
Tone on the other hand is subjective, and can be easily manipulted.
Both guitars are above average finish and build quality but the 1965 is just head and shoulders above the MIC in every way.
Although the MIC sounds and plays great the 1965 is definitely a professional grade instrument.
The action is incredibly close all the way down the slim neck and the p-90s just https://reliance-pw.ru/casino/silks-crown-casino-perth.html />The 1965 Casino is my favourite of my 30 guitars and I'd heartily recommend it to anybody.
I hope that this was of some help.
Owning both, I have to say the Gibson's overall playability is significantly superior.
I have 3 J-160e type guitars Gibson 1962 RI, Epiphone EJ and Tokai and the playability of the Tokai is by far the best.
Back to the original subject.
I don't heat casino the finish makes a lot of difference unless it is literally stripped and even then mainly works better for acoustic guitars.
I have a stripped casino and it doesn't sound or play better than my finished ones.
My Tokai SG slaughters my Gibson in both sound and playability.
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