Hey guys/gals! So, I've been playing guitar for about a year now. I basically play/practice on my own. No bandmates or friends nearby to jam with or learn from. I can play a couple of songs the whole way through and large chunks of a couple dozen or so other songs. My chord changes are becoming quicker and have even started singing along with a couple (slower paced) songs. Now, I am trying to get the "right" sound/tone for the songs I want to play. I understand there are many variables. From type of guitar (2004 Epiphone Casino) to amp (Fender Champion 20) to strings used, room dynamics, individual playing style etc. But are there any references out there to tell you (even roughly) on how to get the right tone (or closest to the original tone) for the song you want to play? Also, I don't yet have any pedals, I am only using the built-in tones/effects of the amp. TIA.
I ordered a Royal Tan Epiphone Riviera today. It'll be my first Riviera. I was planning on buying a Casino to replace the one I sold earlier this year, but I saw that Epiphone had just reissued the 60s Riviera with mini humbuckers and I decided I had to buy one. The Casino is definitely still on the cards for another time though. I thought I'd come to Reddit to see if anyone's played one of the new Rivieras. I'm pretty excited about getting it so I'm pretty much just looking to hear as much about it as I can. Would be good to hear from people that own original 60s Rivieras as well seeing as the guitar I've ordered is a reissue of a 60s Riviera. The only guitar I own right now is a Gretsch G5422TG. I've had to sell a few guitars over the last few years but I can't see myself ever parting with the Gretsch. It's the best guitar I've ever played but I've got a feeling I'll end up spending a fair amount of time with the Riviera when it gets here. Seems like it'll be a stunning guitar. I've been dying to build up my guitar collection again and the Riviera seems like a good place to start. I mainly play rhythm and blues music, 50s rock n roll, and 60s stuff like the Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Animals etc. I haven't seen many RnB guys from the 60s play a Riviera - pretty much just Otis Rush and Magic Sam. I guess the Casino must've been more popular than the Riviera when it was released. Does anyone know of any others that played rhythm and blues/rock and roll music with a Riviera?
[Gear] My three Matsumoku guitars with my Helix. Love me some wood grain!
https://imgur.com/a/nrQPmfj These are my three main guitars, a 1981 "Austin", a 1979 Vantage VS650, and a 1974 Epiphone Casino Guitar 1: My main guitar is the 1981 "Austin". Austin is in quotations because it's not actually an Austin. I went through their catalogs from the 70s, 80s, and 90s and couldn't find a match for this guitar, as well as the logo font not matching any of their other logo. That said, this is my favorite guitar. It originally had four knobs and just the pickup selector, but I did a few modifications. I actually got this because I wanted a backup for the Vantage, but I ended up falling in love with it, so it is now my main. Guitar 2: The Vantage VS650 was my first Matsumoku guitar, and it was the first time I was truly happy with my sound. It has the same wiring as the "Austin", but the switches and knobs are in different places. Basically, it's the prototype for my perfect guitar. Guitar 3: The Epiphone Casino was my most recent grab. I saw it posted for sale locally, and I immediately knew I needed to get it. A little backstory on it, Epiphone moved their production to the Matsumoku factory in the early 70s, and made some changes to their guitars. This is only a Casino by name. It has humbuckers as opposed to the classic Casino P90s, and the neck is bolt on. That said, this thing SINGS. The neck pickup is super warm and full of sustain. The bridge pickup isn't working properly, but I have yet to really dig into that problem. I'll get to it. Helix: I have so much to say about the Helix, but I'm not gonna get super into that right now (feel free to ask questions about it though). I love it, it does everything I need, and it's super practical for me.
Okay, I played a G2622 Streamliner today and I loved it. So I'm asking the community for opinions on long term, etc. I honestly could go either way, I REALLY like both. Unfortunately buying both isn't exactly an option.
Hi, I'm looking into buying an Epiphone semi-hollow (ES), but don't know what to choose. Originally I was thinking the Dot 335 (Pro maybe), but then I found the Sheraton and Casino. Any advice on which one I should get?
[QUESTION]What Guitar Should I buy next?NEED HELP!!
What Guitar Should I buy next ? I have been playing for 3 years now and rate my self as mid to late intermediate on guitar.I enjoy playing Early rock and roll pioneers,The Beatles,Led Zeppelin,Rolling stones and just classic rock in general.I have a epiphone casino inspired by John Lennon,A Gibson Les Paul Faded 2018 ($700 but added humbuckers and grovers),And a acoustic guitar which is an epiphone ej-160e($500).I want to buy an high end guitar and I’m looking at A fender Stratocaster original 60s,Gibson Les Paul standard 50s,Fender Rosewood telecaster,Gibson sj-200,Gibson hummingbird.I need help on what to get,I enjoy playing both acoustic and electric and need help on what to get.this needs to count because this will be my last guitar for a while.Budget is $2000-around $3000
John Lennon's Epiphone Casino, Paul McCartney's Hofner Violin Bass, Jimmy Page's Dragon Telecaster & #1 Les Paul (both have incredible histories), Slash's Appetite for Destruction Les Paul (it's a fake Gibson), David Gilmour's Black Strat (currently holds the record for the most expensive guitar ever sold), Bob Dylan's Newport Fest Strat (crazy cool story), Bruce Springsteen's Fender Esquire, B.B. King's original Lucille, Jimi Hendrix's White Strat, Pete Townsend's #5 Les Paul (which I've actually seen the reminants of) Just to name a few...
I have been playing for just now 3 years and have A epiphone casino inspired by lennon (Hollow body)2018 Gibson les Paul faded with humbuckers that are in the new standard 60s model(Solid body), Epiphone ej-160e(Acoustic ) and then an Ibanez af55.I play through a Fender champion 100 which is a great amp.I am looking at a Fender Stratocaster original 60s.Gibson Es 335,345,355, A Gibson Les Paul standard 50’s(Or r8 or r9) ,Fender jimmy page Tele in white,and maybe an acoustic Gibson Sj-200.I play 50’s rock (Early rock and roll pioneers like Elvis,Chuck berry,little Richard etc...)The Beatles,The Rolling Stones,Led zeppelin,Clapton,and stuff from around that time period.Need feedback on what to get.
MH-1000FR full https://imgur.com/gallery/gzEIRt4 Why am I selling it? Well, my whole life I grew up playing metal, hard rock and ESP/LTD was my exclusive go to company. I'm a rhythm or slower melodic solo type player. Then I saw this beauty in the Gear Orphanage catalog and said "time to try my hands at full on metal lead" and wanted an axe with a Floyd Rose. So I bought this brand new. Turns out this all occurred as I was also falling back in love with blues/funk playing and honestly I'm just not motivated to be a shredding soloist, it's just not my forte. I've played this guitar for two jam sessions but kept going back to my EC1000 or Classic Vibe Strat and as the blues bug kept festering, this MH1000 just ceased ever being considered. It's been in a temperature controlled storage for two years. Now, I find myself wanting an Epiphone Casino Coupe like something fierce (thank you Gary Clark Jr) and I'd like to sell this to buy one or trade for one. I have the original receipts, after shipping new I paid 1200, I'm aware currently this model sits around the 800 to 1000 range but you will not find many if any in this beautiful transparent Green as it was a Gear Orphanage Exclusive color. The guitar sounds amazing, though it's been played mainly thigh a Mesa Boogie Mark V, usually high gain, but if you are a more talented shredder than I, this should be a dream guitar. I'll list the catalog specs below so you have all the details. I'm asking 550 (not including shipping) or a flat out trade for a Casino Coupe. ESP LTD MH-1000FR Deluxe Series - STG - See Thru Green - Limited GEAR ORPHANAGE EXCLUSIVE! SPECIFICATIONS Set-Thru Construction 5.5" Scale Mahogany Body Quilted Maple Top Maple Neck Rosewood Fingerboard 42mm Locking Nut Thin U Neck Contour 24 XJ Frets Black Nickel Hardware Grover Tuners Floyd Rose 1000 Series Bridge EMG 81 (B) / 85 (N) Active p.u. Finish: STG Features & details Set-Thru Construction 25.5" Scale Mahogany Body Maple Neck Floyd Rose 1000 Series Bridge
[OC] A couple days ago I released my first single as a singer-songwriter. I'd like to hear your feedback!
http://open.spotify.com/artist/3speQW8T1PADecCskKlNZI I'm a singer-songwriter and this is my first official release. I would really appreciate some feedback on my music. It is all recorded from my bedroom in the attic so it's not studio quality but I had a lot of fun making these songs. The songs were recorded with an Epiphone Casino through a Marshall Origin and a Takamine P4DC.
[GEAR] NGD Linited Edition Fender Standard Strat in Seafoam Pearl
Title pretty much says it all. I was paring down my collection a little to make some space for baby number 2 coming this October, but decided if I was getting rid of 5, I should probably buy one new one. I went originally and bought an epiphone casino from the local gc. I loved it, but when I got home after work a few days later I noticed some cracks along the headstock, since it was only a week or so since I had it , I just returned it and ordered the strat. http://imgur.com/SIn6dZy The picture on my shitty old iPhone doesn't really do it justice but the finish is incredible. I've never owned anything with a maple fretboard but I'm loving the way it looks and the way it feels.
The bass track of WMGGW is way more complicated than it seems
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6Mbo1A7qis In the spirit of the White Album remaster, I stumbled upon an isolated While My Guitar Gently Weeps bass track from Rock Band on youtube. I expected to hear Paul's usual brilliance chugging away on his Fender Jazz Bass, but to my surprise, there are clearly two different bass guitars being played at the same time: one with a deeper, fuller tone (likely Paul on his Fender Jazz) and one with a punchier, thinner tone (probably George on the Fender Bass VI). Then to my even greater surprise, there is an electric 12-string being played during the bridges. It's a bit buried in the original recording and I assumed it was Paul double tracking his bass line an octave higher on his Epiphone Casino (this was a technique he was experimenting with at the time), but the isolated track shows that it is quite clearly a 12-string, most likely George playing one of his Rickenbackers. Until now, I had assumed George had retired his Rickenbacker 12-strings after If I Needed Someone, so it was pretty mind-blowing to discover that he had used them on The White Album as well. Lots of stuff going on in this song! Looks like George was creating "walls of sound" before he worked with Phil Spector.
[WTS]Rare 96 Epiphone Casino Metallic Black Hollow Body Guitar
Pics Here! Rare 96 Epiphone Casino Metallic Black Hollow Body Guitar. $850 + Shipping Rare 1996 Epiphone Casino Metallic Black (MB) Sparkle Hollow Body Guitar MIK Peerless Korea P90's Up for sale is my Epiphone Casino hollow body electric guitar with an incredibly rare and beautiful metallic black finish. I have not seen another Casino in this color! The metallic finish is subtle in darker lighting but really shines through in brighter settings. The second picture was taken at sunset outside to really show the sparkle finish. The guitar was made in 1996 at the very reputable Peerless factory in Korea. This 22 year old Casino is in great condition and sounds fantastic! There are a few small surface scratches and a few tiny dings, but nothing too noticeable. The frets are in great shape with very little wear. It is fully stock and equipped with two P-90 pickups. The guitar also comes with an original fitted Epiphone hardshell case. You will have a tough time finding another Casino in this finish and in this great of condition. Don't miss out on this rare guitar! This item is sold As-Described, would prefer local pick up, but willing to arrange shipping. Pics Here! Edit: I believe I'm allowed to post this Reverb link because I have other descriptive text/pics in the post, but if I'm wrong I'm happy to edit. Here's a Reverb link to the sale. It's marked a little higher on there because they take a cut--would obviously rather sell to a Redditor! I've got some decent karma on my Reddit account, so you can tell I'm not a new user or burner account. Edit 2: Item is now SOLD. Thank you!
I read in an ultimate-guitar article that he bought a used 1967 Cherry red Epiphone Casino, which he used to record the majority of the album.
They had a beautiful red burgundy Casino. It was actually for a pretty good price considering it was from 1967 or something. The guy was a friend of the band and gave me a really good deal. It was the guitar I used for all of Turn on the Bright Lights.
Does anyone have a picture of it? Is his Sunburst 1967 Casino seen in early playing days one he bought to replace it since I think the original Cherry Red one got stolen? And has that become his new go-to for most album recordings?
Hi all- I have been playing for around 3 years or so and have always loved hallow body guitars. Originally I wanted to get an Epiphone casino or maybe an epiphone wildkat but as I listened to more artists and improved more on the guitar I realized those guitars weren't something I want. I am really into jazz guitar right now but I'm a huge fan of playing rockabilly and funk and mid 60s rock. I feel asking for a jazz guitar contradicts what I've said but from what I've read online jazz guitars are very versatile, even playing rockabilly and mid 60s rock on a hollow body would sound amazing. Anyways, I just need some suggestions on hollow body jazz guitars between 300-500 dollar range. Thanks
Figured folks who work on lots of guitars (and, therefore, see lots of guitars) might be able to help me. I want an Epiphone Casino. Vintage ones break the bank. Recent ones are more affordable and can be had used for even less. So I can make a decision, can someone tell me if the newer ones are decent quality compared to the original (or more generally how they vintage and current ones differ)? Would stock pickups in a newer Casino be OK, or would an upgrade be advisable (and, if so, to what)? Anything else to consider? Thanks in advance.
Hello, everyone. Sometime this summer, I'm looking at replacing my Squire Strat that I've had for 12 years now, and I'm stuck between a Telecaster and a Les Paul (original, I know), and need help choosing between the two (and one more, which I'll get to in a bit). I should also mention that I'm really not looking to spend much more than $1000, and I'd say $1200 is my absolute cap. The type of music I play is a little bit of older stuff (Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Hendrix, Cream, etc.) and some newer alternative stuff. I'll be running them through a TC Spark mini, DigiTech Whammy, EHX Big Muff, and Ibanez Mini Tube Screamer, into a Peavy Vypyr 60watt. I've been going back and forth for a while now. Both guitars seem to do exactly what I want them to. The Les Paul I'm looking at would be something either like this one, or this one, though I'm leaning more towards the 60's tribute because it's a bit cheaper, and I love P-90's (I might replace the pickups with a Lollar P-90 bridge and a Lollar Alnico staple neck). I've been looking at a variety of Teles, and my favorite one so far is something of a 1964 custom reissue (like this). The only ones I can find are MIJ models, which are hard to reliably find, and Custom Shop models, which are way above my price range. Though I would settle for a normal, unbound sunburst Tele, but with specs similar to this one (only right handed. I think that one is a 1964 or 65, but I could be wrong). Basically, I love the crunch of the Tele when you crank it, and it feel balanced when I sit with it (I'll be standing most of the time), but the Les Paul just feels right, and every note I want comes of out if naturally. Only problem, when I sit with it, the body feels substantially heavier than the neck. Now, with all this Beatles talk, there is one guitar that is in the back of my mind that will give the Tele and Les Paul a run for their money: The Epiphone Casino. I love the sound of it, but it doesn't quite feel right (it may just be the gloss on the neck, though). I'm really not sure how good it is for soloing and stuff like that. Plus, I'm not sure how reliable the electronics will be. Finding a model in my budget will probably result in me getting the cheapest, Korean made model. Anyways, sorry for the long post, but any suggestions? TL;DR: Tele, Les Paul, but for some reason, Casino.
After years of lurking, I've finally made a reddit account to announce the arrival of my little bundle of joy. http://imgur.com/gallery/1CguQ/new I'd been looking for an ES-330 or a vintage Epiphone Casino for a long time, but I was always leaning to the Gibson. It's my first Gibson, my first vintage, and my first online purchase. It's got a few dings of course, but I think it's got that well loved look and feel. The fretwork is great and the neck straight. The two Gibson p-90s are the best sounding pickups I've ever played. They can be rolled down for a smooth blues or cranked for a bite that leaves a mark. I'm playing it through a Vox AC-15 and can't get the volume passed 3 without complaints. I'm sorry if I am bragging, but I am in love. I've enjoyed looking at everyone's gear, so I hope that you'll like mine, too. But I also need your help. As you can tell, I've taken off almost all the hardware. I noticed a big problem when I tuned up the first time. I noticed today that when the strings were at tension, the Kluson tuning pegs started lifting off from their screws. So, I took the strings off and it seems that some special individual at some point put Grovers on. This has caused two major problems that I don't know if I am smart enough to solve. First, the screw holes are stripped and the screws don't bite in anymore. Second, the peg holes have been routed slightly larger for the Grovers, and the Kluson pegs are secured with cardboard. I am mostly concerned with playability as I'm not going to sell it, but I would also like to keep it as original as possible. Any help that anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated. Also, this is my first Bigsby, and even though I had to take the strings back off, I really cocked up the restringing. Maybe some of you Bigsby experts can help me. I yelled at it, I called it a son of a bitch, but nothing worked. I've tried nothing, and I'm all out of ideas. Thanks for looking, feel free to ask me anything, I look forward to any comments. Once I get everything back together I'll upload some more pictures and get a soundcloud recording up.
I am an anorak. My obsession? All of Noel Gallagher's Guitars. Here's my definitive list.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Heritage Cherry Sunburst. Seen in the Supersonic music video. Low Res Pic
Epiphone '70's Riviera - Main stage guitar in Earl's Court and Live By The Sea, same with Bonehead, outfitted with a stopbar tailpiece. Wine Red. Low Res Pic
Gibson Les Paul Standard - A gift from Johnny Marr. Used frequently in Gigs. Broke when Noel hit a stage-climber with it. Heritage Cherry Sunburst finish. Also played in Familiar To Millions. Picture
Epiphone Sheraton - Vintage Sunburst. '60's model. Used in Knebworth and G-Mex. Picture
Epiphone "Union Jack" Sheraton - Used in Maine Road, and found at the end of the music video of Champagne Supernova. Picture
Gibson Les Paul Custom - Played during Chicago '94. Black Finish. Cream pickguard was eventually adorned with an Oasis sticker.With Oasis Sticker
Gibson Flying V - Seen in the D'You Know What I Mean? music video. Black finish. Picture
Gibson Reverse Firebird - Seen in a promotional picture for the Some Might Say single. Vintage Sunburst Finish. Picture
Gibson ES-355 - Noel's main stage guitar since 1997. Played in all gigs after F2M. '60's Model with Varitone Switch and Bigsby Vibrato Tailpiece. Cherry Finish. Noel also has a Black finished one with no vibrato seen at the NGHFB gig at V Festival. RedBlack
Gibson ES-345 - Noel's other main guitar. Used in the current gigs with HFB. Comes with a Trapeze tailpiece (later a stopbar) and varitone.Picture
Rickenbacker 330 - Used in Don't Go Away and SOTSOG-era gigs. Very short-lived use of this guitar. Mapleglo and White finish. White
Fender Telecaster - Has 3 Telecasters. One in a Pink Paisley finish used at F2M, one with a chocolate brown finish, and one in cream white. Pink
Gibson Les Paul Silver Florentine - a Gibson Les Paul with F-Holes. Silver. Played during the SOTSOG-HC-era Gigs. Picture
Epiphone Supernova - a very cosmetic Riviera. Adorned with either a Pelham Blue, Ebony, or Union Jack finish. No evidence of it ever being played live, but Noel has kept the Union Jack finish in his studio. Picture
Gibson Trini Lopez 335 - Gibson ES-335 with a Firebird headstock and diamond holes. Played in the Live in the USA 2005 Gig and in the promotional picture for "Lyla". Picture
Gibson SG Standard - Seen in the NGHFB documentary, bought in Japan, may be heard on the new album.Picture
Epiphone Casino - No evidence of being played live, seen in the Music Video for Sunday Morning Call. Picture
Epiphone EJ-200 - The Definitely Maybe guitar. Used in '94-'95 gigs. Picture
Takamine - He has many models, the most common one, being the brown finished one with the cutaway. Used in '94-'95 gigs and TV performances. Picture
Guild 12-String - Played Sad Song during the Live By The Sea gig. Picture
Gibson J-200 - He was seen playing a Natural finish one in an MTV performance in 1995. He then moved on to use a Vintage Sunburst one, seen in Little By Little, this went on to be his main acoustic guitar until 2011/2012, somewhere along the way it got adorned with an Adidas originals sticker. Picture
4b. Gibson Western Pre-War J-200 - this is the J-200 people see that does not adorn the Crown Inlay at the headstock and does not have the graphic flower pickguard and sports a four-ribbon bridge. Noel can be seen using this at the Le Cabaret Sauvage gig with Gem. Picture
Martin D-28 - Main acoustic guitar for the latter part of the NGHFB tour. Natural. Picture
Epiphone Frontier - Late 60's Model played once live in the Jools Holland Gig in 2000, playing Where Did It All Go Wrong. Picture
Gibson J-45 - Seen in Sunday Morning Call. Picture
Gibson Hummingbird - Seen being played by Liam in Songbird. Played in a Live performance of Sunday Morning Call. Liam playing
There it is, sorry I couldn't provided the pictures. others are low-res because screens from Music Videos or Gigs.
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