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By PumpkinheadMarch 10, in Epiphone Electrics. However this one felt nice to me with more of a medium profile. Initially my interest in the Casino was pretty much as something that could get the ES tone but a lot cheaper probably a bad confession here.

I've had 3 early 80's Japanese Casinos in the past which felt and sounded fantastic, sold them too. I'm seriously considering buying myself a Casino. Tuned it up and there was a lot of fret buzz on all strings.

It certainly seemed a lot bassier and "woofier". Probably not a major structural defect, just shoddy finishing. The build quality is awesome and the sunburst finish is spot on, if maybe a tad too orange in the middle, maybe that's just me though.

I had one back in about which was also a beautiful guitar, like a fool I sold it so when I got chance of the new one I jumped at it. I'd love to try one and be proved wrong, I eyed up a cherry one and it looked stunning!

And if I'm brutally honest with myself my '06 Hummingbird wasn't that great a guitar. A brand new Gibson and it was a massive disappointment.

All of my mates Lennon casino vs elitist jam with want one. However, here's the rub. I have very actively traded in diamond joe iowa casino during that year span looking for what felt best and sounded best to me.

Can anyone tell me if the neck profile is similar on the Elitist? So all in all I was dead impressed, and maybe getting one myself soon. I'm with Jerrymac, if you can reasonably go Elitist, go. You had asked earlier about the Peerless Casinos. I really lennon casino vs elitist the feel of the stripped one though, I got the feeling it would've been even better after a few years of playing in.

Jonny - your post was very helpful. I was surprised by how utterly different the P90s sound in the Casino - they're not as "crisp and honky" as in the LP. Absolutely love this guitar. I have a Peerless built regular Casino. The had a deal where they could knock It has quite a thin neck and I have large hands but it's still O.

This is not a bad thing but I like plenty of other Casino players too. I sympathize with you about your Gibson purchase.

I think Elitists are more likely to hold value than e. It just feels right and sounds awesome for the most part. That, and realising that the Casino was essentially the same thing as a "short neck" ES and therefore not a million miles from the guitar used by my favourite jazzer, Grant Green.

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I like the way that the Casino 'burst follows the edge of the guitar, even around the "horns" but I think the dark-light transition is a bit sudden. They looked great but I didn't get chance to plug one in. I do like the neck and I'm now a bit worried that the Elitist will feel very slim by comparison and I agree that the maple was possibly a bit pale and featureless.

PS Check out Feb issue of Guitarist Magazine, they do a full review of it, and were also very impressed.

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They lennon casino vs elitist don't feel good to me. I got it from Coda-Music, took a lennon casino vs elitist on getting it unseen and it was perfect. You can get some lovely sounds out of them.

I suppose I've always wanted a Casino because they seem to do so much, so well. Don't really know why?? I had some rservations about ordering sight unseen, but other than a bit of a wait till it came in, there were no problems.

Good luck what ever you decide. I too recently bought an Elitist unseen after a six month wait, and it was worth every minute of waiting.

The moment i took it out of the case I knew it was a keeper. I have a standing offer from a friend to buy the IBJL, so not worried about unloading it if I decide to unlikely. I had an ES for a while, but had to replace the switch early on, and overall it wasn't finished as nicely as the Casino. I bought a Casino elitist sight unseen from Sweetwater ealier this year. The fit and finish are flawless, and the set up was good. I wouldn't buy one. Hopefully I'm not snobby about guitars. The P90's have some bite.