Epiphone Casino Electric Guitar in a Sunburst Finish- Doyle Bramhall Owned

Epiphone Casino Electric Guitar in a Sunburst Finish- Doyle Bramhall Owned


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This 2015 Epiphone Casino  Electric Guitar  (All Stock) is owned by legendary guitarist/songwriter/producer Doyle Bramhall . This has been customized with internal baffles covering the F-Holes to prevent feedback. The guitar also has an interesting story in that the top of case was accidentally run over by Doyle in his car - the guitar was NOT damaged.  Doyle played this guitar live and in studio quite frequently (see video) ! This guitar is also personally signed by Doyle! (See Pics)



About Doyle Bramhall II

"Bramhall is one of the few guitarists who plays with his instrument strung upside-down.[20][21] He plays left-handed, but the instrument is strung upside-down with the high E on the top. This unusual arrangement of the strings gives his playing a unique sound, because he bends the strings by pulling them downwards rather than upwards, the customary approach. Others who have bent strings in this direction include Elizabeth CottonAlbert KingEric GalesOtis RushBarbara LynnCoco MontoyaEdgard Scandurra, king of surf guitar Dick Dale, and the late blues guitarist Jeff Healey, who played with his instrument flat on his lap for stability and increased string flexibility."

"Bramhall was born in Texas and lived half of his life in Northern California. His father, Doyle Bramhall, Sr., played drums for the legendary bluesmen Lightnin' Hopkins and Freddie King and was a lifelong collaborator with his childhood friends Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmie Vaughan. When Bramhall was 18, he toured with Jimmie Vaughan's band, the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Two years later he co-founded the blues rock band Arc Angels with fellow Austinite Charlie Sexton and members from Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section, Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon. In 1996, he released his first solo album, Doyle Bramhall II. Following the 1999 release of Jellycream, Bramhall's second album and first for RCA, he received phone calls from both Roger Waters and Eric Clapton.[3] Bramhall joined Waters on his In the Flesh tour, playing guitar and providing background and lead vocals. His performances were recorded on the subsequent live album and DVD, In the Flesh – Live. Bramhall also played guitar on Clapton's Riding With the King, a collaboration with B.B. King. The album included versions of Clapton's and King's songs, and covers of blues songs—including two Bramhall-penned tracks originally from Jellycream."

Specifications :

Weight : 6.47 lbs

Body Wood : 3-ply Maple/Poplar/Maple

Nut Width : 1.70"

Neck Profile : Slim Taper D

Neck Depth @1st Fret .835"

Neck Depth @12th Fret :.92"

Pup Resistance : 12.03k-neck,  12.35k-bridge

22 Frets