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Epiphone Casino Pickup Replacement Question

I'm thinking about switching the pick-ups on my Epiphone Casino (Korean, ca. 2006) again. A few years back I installed a set of GFS P90s. They sound a little better. But now I'm curious again.
I've heard a couple of separate people mention the Seymour Duncan Antiquities P90s. Has anyone installed these on their Casino or just general experience with them? I wonder whether the upgrade will be worth the $$$.
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Epiphone Elitist Casino p90 Pickup Replacement [QUESTION]

Hey guys, I recently stumbled upon a basically new Epiphone Elitist Casino body/neck stripped of all of it's hardware for a really dumb low price of $300. I've always wanted one of these so I snatched it up. Not my first rebuild, won't be my last I'm sure.
The only part I am having difficulty deciding on/sourcing are the pickups. I have played both an Elitist and one of the LTD John Lennon 1965's and those Gibson USA P90's sounded very cool. I'm not looking for the most aggressive tone of all time, but I also want plenty of mid-range and umph (not necessarily vintage). I can't seem to find a source fo the Gibson USA P90's anywhere. Seems like what I want are the Lollar p90's. But read on...
Due to the metric Japanese measurements plus the Epiphone/ES 330's unique cavity and top curvature, nobody seems to sell a direct aftermarket drop in. There is only one pickup set I've found that is drops-in by Kent Armstrong. I can't find a single video or review of them anywhere. Not outrageous price ($120), but too much for the risk imho. I'd never even heard of them until I started looking so I'm apprehensive.
The pickups everyone raves about either the Seymore Duncan Antiquities ($230+ for a set) or the Lollar p90's that already have my attention ($230+ for a set). Surprisingly the GFS p90 pops up a lot as being pretty great, for only $70 for the set. p90's are easy and relatively cheap to adjust as you can swap magnets in seconds, so that GFS set is tempting as hell. However none of these are direct drop in replacements. They would require drilling new holes, or shims, or both. Which I am not totally against.
As a final third option, several people offer rewinding services on p90's. I could grab a cheap ass set of the china Epiphone imports for $30 direct, and then pay somebody to rewind them properly. Lollar charges $230 for that, so it's basically the cost of a new set that I could then drop-in. I've found another indie guy that will do it for $90, to Lollar's specs. I just don't know if it's a good idea to start from such a crappy base.
Anyone have any experience or guidance for me? Thank you!
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[Play] First real use of my new (to me) 1974 Epiphone Casino!

https://youtu.be/CjdbWpFIYeY
I got to use my new (to me) 1974 Epiphone Casino for the first time when making this video with my band. I know this video doesn't really show off the guitar a ton, but man this thing SINGS! And it looks pretty sweet too :). The sustain and warmth it gives off are crazy! The bridge pickup doesn't work, so I plan on either getting it rewound or replacing both of the pickups with PAFs at some point in the future.
I run my guitar through a Line6 Helix Floor, and that went straight into the interface (focusrite 18i20). The guitar doesn't have any processing, editing, or effects besides panning and volume. The other guitarist was using his Fender Stratocaster through a Boss Katana, which was also run direct into the interface.
Any feedback on the playing, mixing, or anything else is more than welcome!
Thanks for watching!
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[GEAR] NGD - 1995 Epiphone Casino

Recently picked up this 1995 Casino made at the Peerless factory in Korea. Took off the pick guard because it just looks so much better without it. Feels and plays so well its hard to believe it's an epiphone! [ https://imgur.com/a/6rOI6sI ]
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[Question] What is the best hollow or semi-hollow body under $800?

Hi there,
I am in the market for an affordable hollow or semi-hollow body guitar and was hoping to get some recommendations from people who have actually played them. I was eyeing an Epiphone Wildkat for a while, but when I plugged it in today at the store, it sounded very muddy compared to the ES-339 or Casino Coupe.
NOTE: I am a smaller guy, so a smaller body would be preferred, but not required
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Info on this Epiphone Casino?

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My heavily customized Epiphone Dot :)

https://imgur.com/a/BNow94Y
I finally ended the journey of customizing my 2016 Epiphone Dot, the guitar I love the most. The "upgrades" were the following:
-Replaced stock Pickups with GFS Dream 180 set, also added Push-Pull pots for single coil tones, I find myself using the center position all the time in single coil mode.
-Replaced Epiphone pickguard with a Gibson one and glued the "E" in it.
-Replaced pickup rings with cream ones.
-Replaced "Dot" truss rod with an Epiphone Casino's Truss Rod (Epiphone logo) .
-Replaced plastic nut with a real cow bone nut.
-Added ES-355 Sticker fret inlays (have been on since 2016 and are still looking new).
-Hand painted the F-Holes myself to give it a nice F-Hole binding.
-Replaced pickup selector tip with a cream one.
-Replaced knobs with gold reflector knobs.
-Took it to the best luthier in town and gave it a nice set up with a set of D' addario 13s.
I now have completed my dream project and have a beast of a guitar for a student's budget :)
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[GEAR][QUESTION] Will p90 Dogear Pickup Covers work for Humbucker Sized p90's like the p94's?

I have an Epiphone Sheraton II (Pro 2016) that I am looking to put Seymour Duncan Phat Cats in (humbucker sized p90's), and I've just got to have dogear pickups for aesthetic reasons.
A similar example is Epiphone's Gary Clark Jr. Signature Casino, which has Gibson p94's in the body, with dogear covers.
Are the dogear covers in the GCJr Casino sized differently than typical p90 dogear covers?
1) If they are the same size: will they work as drop in replacements for the Probuckers in my Sheraton II?
2) If they are not the same size: where can I find humbucker sized dogear covers (not dogear pickup rings). Google searches return regular p90 covers.
Thanks in advance!
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[GEAR] Epiphone Casino sounds bad, but I don’t want to sell it.

My Epiphone Casino sound really muddy and too bright at the same time. I’ve tried raising and lowering the pole pieces, raising and lowering the action, tried multiple different amps and it sounds bad through all of them. I have tried other casinos and they sound clear and not at all muddy. Any suggestions?
Update: I tested the resistance in my pickups and it was 12 in the neck and 11 in the bridge. I probably just need new pickups, but for the next few days I’ll be considering whether or not I want to go through all the trouble it takes to get pickups that fit the casino, or just sell it off and buy something else. Thank you so much for all your suggestions.
Update 2: I have decided not to sell it but to replace the electronics and pickups. I tested the pickups resistance and it’s a little hot which would explain the muddiness. I’m just not sure what pickups to go with. In doing research I found that virtually no pickups are going to fit my guitar right off the bat because casinos have a weird spacing. I really like the idea of Duncan antiquity p90s because every pick up I’ve ever loved has had alnico 2 magnets in them and these are some of the few with alnico 2’s. But then Lollar is intriguing because I can just send in my old pickups and he’ll rewind it. Last thing I’m curious about is how hard it would be to test my new pickups with plastic vs metal cover. I’m not sure which I want to go with. Any suggestions are appreciated.
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[GEAR] My heavily customized Epiphone Dot :)

https://imgur.com/a/BNow94Y
I finally ended the journey of customizing my 2016 Epiphone Dot, the guitar I love the most. The "upgrades" were the following:
-Replaced stock Pickups with GFS Dream 180 set, also added Push-Pull pots for single coil tones, I find myself using the center position all the time in single coil mode.
-Replaced Epiphone pickguard with a Gibson one and glued the "E" in it.
-Replaced pickup rings with cream ones.
-Replaced "Dot" truss rod with an Epiphone Casino's Truss Rod (Epiphone logo) .
-Replaced plastic nut with a real cow bone nut.
-Added ES-355 Sticker fret inlays (have been on since 2016 and are still looking new).
-Hand painted the F-Holes myself to give it a nice F-Hole binding.
-Replaced pickup selector tip with a cream one.
-Replaced knobs with gold reflector knobs.
-Took it to the best luthier in town and gave it a nice set up with a set of D' addario 13s.
I now have completed my dream project and have a beast of a guitar for a student's budget :)
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[DISCUSSION] Modding An Epiphone Casino

Just got a standard epiphone casino (not Japanese) I like it but the clean tone sounds a bit blanketed / dull for my taste , what mods could I make to fix this and make it brighter and clearer ? I would like to avoid replacing the pickups if possible
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[DISCUSSION] D'Angelico Crazy Deals Recently: Is It A Good Guitar?

So I picked up the Premier DC in November when it was on crazy sale at Guitar Center, kind of on a whim since I didn't have a hollow body. And I have to say, I've been impressed!
Quality Control:
I had one issue, the pots were not tightened completely and spun. As far as setup goes, I have not had to make any adjustments. Not a single one. That's pretty incredible for a brand new guitar, and this was still in plastic so no tech had touched it. I mean, I'm really knit picky about this stuff, and I have been really impressed. The frets are flat filed, not rounded, but that's to be expected. It's shocking for a $350 guitar.
Build Quality:
I feel like this is separate from quality control and setup. The guitar is solid. Feels better than the Ibanez Artcore in the same price range, about on par with a good Epiphone, definitely doesn't quite feel up to Gibson but it shouldn't. The construction has some points I'm not a particular fan of, like the three piece neck and the pots/switch are not very robust. In the future when I feel like getting out the fishing line I might replace the pots and wiring, though there are no real issues.
Sound:
This thing sounds amazing. Way better than my friend's Epiphone Casino. Feels very classic rock in its tonal characteristics. You can really feel the sound and lean into the distorting harmonics with a pushed tube amp. It feels super natural and the controls are decent. Tone pots are wrong, I think, and get muddy as you roll off. Probably needs different caps. I really like these pickups, though. I guess the sound is close to the Gibson 59s, maybe? Something along those lines.
Other stuff:
It came with a pretty nice gig bag, it's pretty light overall but doesn't do the neck dive thing, and the headstock is really a sight to behold. I don't know how I feel about it, yet, but that little crown is hilarious.
Just to point it out, the one without F holes is up on Musician's Friend for $350 right now. That's a crazy good deal if you're into it. Mine is the same guitar but with F holes, and I would buy this one in a heartbeat.
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/dangelico-premier-series-dc-semi-hollowbody-electric-guitar-with-no-f-holes-and-stopbar-tailpiece/j47038000003000
Conclusion:
For the sub $1000 bracket I think this is a real contender, and I love the sheer number of options available. I'm super happy with the double cutaway and wine color, but the SC in White is gorgeous, too. At $750 I would have a hard time with things like the Hagstrom and higher end Epiphones sitting there. But at $350? Dude, there's no competition.
What do you guys think?
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[QUESTION] Which pickup?

Hello I was hoping one of you clever people might know what would be an appropriate pickup to replace a dead one from a 1963 epiphone casino? The guitar only has a single dog ear p90 in the center position. Thanks Ulrich
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[QUESTION] Humbuckers on an Epiphone Casino?

I bought an Epiphone Casino the other month and quite frankly, I don't like the p90s that are already on it. I was wondering if it would be alright if I bought some humbuckers and replaced the pickups on the Casino? Or would this mess up the sound?
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[GEAR] A few questions about guitars

Hey guys, I've been playing for a while and had been looking to buy a new guitar soon. I have a few question regarding the choices I have.
Right now, I'm looking between 3 guitars: an Epiphone Wildkat Royale, Epiphone Korina Explorer, and an Epiphone Casino Coupe.
I do not have the ability to play any of these because I don't live near any big music stores.
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Help choosing a new guitar needed.

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.
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[QUESTION] replacement pick guard question for 339 plus/casino coupe

Hey guys trying to find a replacement guard for my epiphone casino coupe/ (Gibson es390) size guitar. Would a es335 guard fit or do I have to custom order one for the specific dimensions of the dog ear p90 pickups.
Thanks for any help or info.
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Q's on my first build

Hey all,
I'm an eighth grader lucky enough to be in a school with a sizable workshop. Most of my time was spent on the lathe making pens and such, but today I decided to begin a larger project: making a facsimile of a Gibson Les Paul.
My teacher allowed me to spend the class looking for parts. I'm using this website to plan things out.
So far I have chosen this neck, this bridge, this tailpiece, and these tuners.
My questions are that since I'm using a Gibson style bridge, I don't need string ferrules, but the article lists a second type that I can't seem to find. Do I still need these ferrules? Also, what is the name of the switch on Les Paul's that changes the tone from rhythm to treble and where can I find them? Any additional input on my build would be useful as well. Thanks!
Edit: formatting
Edit: What do you guys think of these pickups? Since I'm building the guitar, the size generally shouldn't matter, right? Also, what about these knobs? With regard to electronics what about these pots?
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My babies and the newest addition [x-post from /r/guitar]

Today I just got my third guitar so now I feel compelled to share with you my girlfriends. Here's the album: http://imgur.com/a/yl7dp
Scarlett is a 2013 Squier Affinity Stratocaster which is my pride and joy. I replaced all her electronics with new lefty pots and 57/62 pickups I got for cheap. She plays nicely and sounds amazing.
Caroline is my first one I ever had. She's a righty ~2009 Fender Starcaster my parents got from Costco for me and I restrung it lefty and adjusted the nut. She's got a beautiful tone and the intonation is surprisingly spot on.
Now my new one. She's an early birthday present from my parents. I haven't figured out a name for her yet, but I'm vacillating between Sadie and Charlotte. She's a lefty 2015 Epiphone Casino found online and is brand new. I must say she is amazing and the tone is grand. Being a big Beatles fan, I've always wanted one of these and now I have it. So excited to spend my life with her.
In terms of amps all I've got is a Fender Mustang II which works enough for me and jamming with friends occasionally.
Hope y'all enjoy!!
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[GEAR] My babies and the newest addition

Today I just got my third guitar so now I feel compelled to share with you my girlfriends. Here's the album: http://imgur.com/a/yl7dp Scarlett is a 2013 Squier Affinity Stratocaster which is my pride and joy. I replaced all her electronics with new lefty pots and 57/62 pickups I got for cheap. She plays nicely and sounds amazing.
Caroline is my first one I ever had. She's a righty ~2009 Fender Starcaster my parents got from Costco for me and I restrung it lefty and adjusted the nut. She's got a beautiful tone and the intonation is surprisingly spot on.
Now my new one. She's an early birthday present from my parents. I haven't figured out a name for her yet, but I'm vacillating between Sadie and Charlotte. She's a lefty 2015 Epiphone Casino found online and is brand new. I must say she is amazing and the tone is grand. Being a big Beatles fan, I've always wanted one of these and now I have it. So excited to spend my life with her.
In terms of amps all I've got is a Fender Mustang II which works enough for me and jamming with friends occasionally.
Hope y'all enjoy!!
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Mini-humbuckers?

So I want to replace the neck P90 on an Epiphone Casino with a mini-humbuck, what do the people of /guitar think of this? What brand of pickups should I get? Where should I get it from?
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[Gear] My Ever-Growing Family.

I recently got new items so I figured I'd show off my family.
Group Shot
Epiphone Sheraton II-This is my main(and newest) axe. I have wanted it for years and finally had enough to get her. I was heavily inspired to get the Natural body by John Lennon's Casino. I spent some time debating whether to get a new or used one. After reading the pro's and con's of new vs. old and Chinese vs. Korean, I decided to get a new one(Chinese). She is my first Semi-Hollow guitar and I'm completely in love. I love the tone she gives out, I love the nice fat neck, I love the beautiful headstock inlay.
The only thing I found not-so-great is the neck pickup. I heard that Epiphone's weakest components are their pickups, so I wasn't surprised. I want to eventually get Gibson '57s installed. But for now, I am satisfied with the purchase 100%.
Squier Strat-This was given to me by my ex back when I first started playing. I am pretty sure it came out of one of the 'Affinity' bundles. It isn't the best, but it was enough to practice and teach myself how to play.
Maestro by Gibson Acoustic-This was more of an impulse buy because I wanted an acoustic. It was from one of those cheap bundles you'd get from F.Y.E. for ~$100. Just like the Strat, it's not the best by any means, but it works as an acoustic until I can get a nice one.
Uke-A cheap ukelele to fool around with, also from a bundle.
Peavey Vypyr 15w Amp-This was a gift from my uncle. It's a great little amp with loads of different effects and combinations to mess with. It has 3 banks with 4 slots each for different effects and tones. I have a use for each of them. It has a separate pedal system it can use which can use these saved tones. I'd like to get it eventually.
Boss BD-2 & Boss RC-2-These are my first pedals. I got them from eBay for half their usual price and still in perfect working condition. I got the Looper pedal mostly to teach myself how to improv over backing tracks and chord progressions. The BD-2 Blues pedal is an excellent little guy that can go from just-gritty to full distortion with the turn of a dial. It sounds excellent for playing blues(duh).
Accessories-Bundle o' picks, Fast Fret, Super Slinky Replacement Strings, Tascam Solar Powered Tuner, Apogee Jam iPad/iPhone/iPod/Mac/PC USB recording interface.
Edit:Spelling
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