Here is a Vintage 1967 Epiphone 'Casino' Style Guitar which was mistakenly labeled with a Rivoli Bass Sticker (See Photos). Excellent condition with a Cherry Red Finish and White Pickguard, 2x P90's and OHSC included.
The Epiphone Casino was one of the main thinline hollowbodies produced by Epiphone following the brand's acquisition by Gibson in 1957. Unlike Gibson ES-335 or an Epiphone Sheraton, the Casino is a full hollowbody and lacks a wood centerblock running through the middle of the body. The Casino’s close association with the Beatles has greatly enhanced its reputation and collectability. Guitars with the optional tremolo bridge are more sought-after than those with regular trapezoid bridges.
Years of Production: 1961 - 1970, 1995 - present
Body Style: Double cutaway thinbody archtop, full hollowbody
Wood Composition: 5-ply laminate maple and birch body
Design Elements: Two single-coil P90 pickups (also available with one pickup), trapeze tailpiece or optional tremolo tailpiece, 16-inch wide, tune-o-matic bridge, single bound
Finish Specifications: Sunburst was a standard finish for '60s Casinos.
Notable Players: John Lennon, George Harrison, Keith Richards, Noel Gallagher
Features & Specifications:
16" Thinline hollowbody,
Bound 1-piece Mahagony Neck
Rosewood Fretboard with 22 frets and Single Parallelogram-Inlays,