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The Epiphone range of the 1960s consisted of several guitars based on the pre-Gibson Stathopoulos-era guitars, and a number closely resembling the Gibson guitars of the same time; all were produced in the same factory in Kalamazoo, MI, USA. The Casino had no pre-Gibson equivalent, and corresponds to the Gibson ES-330 launched the previous year, having the same dimensions and construction, but.
DATING EPIPHONE GUITARS AND MANDOLINS BY REFERENCE OF SERIAL NUMBERS. Epiphone guitars come from different factories in different countries. For this reason, it is not so easy to know where each guitar comes from or when it is made. Epiphone stamps a serial number on each guitar, after decoding it can tell you where and when it was built. Where to find the serial number Locate the serial.
The Epiphone Casino Electric Guitar is the guitar that put Epiphone on the map. Ever since The Beatles purchased three Casinos back in 1964, this hollow Epi model has taken on a life of its own. Equipped with two, vintage P-90 single-coil pickups, the Casino still delivers those Beatlesque tones at a price every player can afford.
For sale is this beautiful 2004 Epiphone Casino in vintage sunburst. This guitar was made at the Peerless factory in Korea. It is widely known that the guitars that come out of the Peerless factory are far superior than the new Casino’s from China and the older ones from anywhere else in Korea. This guitar is in beautiful condition (check the.
Gibson guitars are made in the USA. Epiphone guitars are made overseas in Korea, China and other places. So, no, Epi and Gibby are not made in the same factory.
I have a 1996 epiphone Les Paul standard made in the unsung plant. i cant say for the years after 96, but this guitar is constructed better and more attention to detail than any other plant in Korea. There is also no veneer on the back of the guitar. ( later years EPI started routing and gluing veneer on the back of the guitars to make it look like one piece of wood). The one i have is not.
The Epiphone serial number decoder currently supports 12 serial number formats from 25 factories. Vintage numbers from 1932 to 1970 are supported. Serial numbers from 70' and 80's era Epiphone guitars made in Japan are not supported. The reason for this is that there is no reliable documentation from this time period. This Module has been updated to work with the newer serial number formats.