格安 Epiphone エピフォン Casino Coupe Natural 心斎橋店
When I got the Epiphone box out and pulled off the topside of the box I noticed the inside box had a brake in the cardboard where the headstock was. It is a gorgeous guitar. However, and this doesn't appear to be an issue with the coupe, my only knock is that the neck joins the body at the 16th fret making it somewhat difficult to reach the upper frets.
With its semihollow design, the Riviera Custom P leans closer to the tones and textures of a solidbody guitar, but it still provides plenty of body, resonance and sustain.
I have even tried to get my other guitars to sound like it and I can't. I love em both tone wise. It looks far better in person than in the photos.
Both of my examples displayed impressive attention to detail. Keep in mind you will get more feedback with a completely hollow guitar i. This is a full-size double-cutaway thinline electric with a semihollow laminated maple body that incorporates a block of mahogany through the center, beneath the pickups, bridge and tailpiece. It was not loose inside the neck.
Might just be old strings. This photo is not my guitar but is a photo of the inside of the box my CC was in. I've also heard that about semi hollows sounding practically like solid bodies. I don't know if this was a manufacturing issue or caused by the shipping roughness. I asked them to send it overnight so the next guitar would spend the least amount of time with the carrier and they said no, but they could do 2-day air.
Well, it didn't seem to turn with the allen wrench I had chosen and I was pulling out the allen wrench and the truss rod came up with the allen wrench. I'm wondering if the smaller body size takes away from the low end of the tone though.
The box didn't look too beat up, though almost every corner looked crunched, which means it took some hard falls. Notice the space between the body and the bottom of the neck rest.
The guitar was inside a thick Epiphone cardboard box which was inside the shipping box packed by MF. I tried to make my solid bodies sound like the CC, but couldn't. Two new thinline models from Epiphone—the Casino Coupe and Riviera Custom P—prove there is still room for innovation without sacrificing the basic look and sound of classic examples.
Thanks to its fully hollow design, the guitar produces outstanding resonance and sustain.
The Slim-Taper neck has a D-shaped profile. That is where the love affair ends. The frets were nice.
I pushed it back down. The Riviera Custom P has a semihollow design and three P single-coil pickups that provide a wide range of tones and textures.
Yea that kind of bothered me too, the coupe model joins much lower at the neck so the upper frets are more accessible. I've tried a few Casinos now.
It works well for many styles of music, from jazz and country to hard rock and punk. I didn't have them at the same time, but I will say that the completely hollow Casio Coupe sounds different than any guitar I've played.
If you need even more tonal versatility, look no further than the Riviera Custom P I havent played a specifically, but I've played many Dots and Sheratons.
Montreal, Quebec Jerry J said: Image 1 of 2. I've heard others mention dead spots which means the frets are not level so I'll have to check with frets with my straight edge and fret rocker. Not that one's better than the other - just different.
The neck was mostly straight and comfortable. I'm just having a really tough time choosing between semi and full hollow.
Far enough that the headstock can hit the top of the box and break through it.