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Even going with the creme covers, you'll have to pay attention to pole spacing and cover height. This connector has two halves: half is attached to the guitar wiring and half is attached to the pickup lead wire. Nice touch on Epiphone's part to include the blue label on these. Blue labels have been the subject of several recent topics. Here's an example of "aftermarket" PUs. That is true, but I think the Epi style rout is shallower front to back, less wood removed. I'm a little bummed because I assumed I could buy generic Chrome Dog ear pickup covers and they would fit. From Jason Lollar's site, "The Epiphone Casino also the Wildcat pickup is a "whole different animal although it looks a lot like a standard dogear set Your first decision is whether or not you want to use the chrome covers. I've read on other boards that I should use a finishing, or a gloss. Wish me luck in getting one of these beauties! Recommended Posts.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} First Look: The 50th Anniversary Casino! Not sure when they changed label colors although I'd be willing to bet somebody here does. But they don't. It is an absolute feather-weight and it felt like I was holding a balsa-wood glider compared to what I usually play. Upload or insert images from URL. All of my non solid-body guitar experience has been limited to semi-hollows with the exception of my Gretsch I was just floored at how light this instrument is! The other day I had the opportunity to see and play the guitar in person. Pop the TRC off, and tell us if it has the "Chinese Well" where, you try to put a hex wrench in, but have trouble finging the nut , or the much, much better Indeed, if they had offered the guitars with that chrome pickups, that headstock and without pickguard, I would have bought it immediately. Not sure how this ended up being my quote I think it's actually olaka's , but I personally prefer the black. These pickup covers are too big apparently because of the Gibson P90s. But I still have a hankering for the chrome. Just the opposite here. Now I listed my Junior and my 5th Avenue on Craigslist. I'd play it a while, as is, and get used to it before doing anything major. It is, of course, in our nature to want to personalize our instruments. Yeah, that one! What I'll do is put down 9 bucks on one of the Musician's Friend Gibson pickup cover to see if it fits. Reply to this topic Start new topic. To my eyes, the black covers look much better on royal tan. As always, the obsessiveness of guitar players about the visual details of guitars makes me LOL! I agree that these are great sounding guitars. So, the current use, of the blue lables, is to emulate those early "USA" made versions. Great review, midiman56! But, at least the Gibson version is easier to get to. Here's how my Casino with a newly installed custom-made pickguard missing a string , and it actually doesn't look that bad. To begin with, I have next to no experience with Casinos. Real " In the flesh " pics have the Royal Tan looking alot closer to the 60's finish as opposed to the stock pics on the dealers sites. I now know why some of you guys are such lovers of this model. If you decide to stay with the chrome covers, you will need to send in the entire unit: cover and chassis. Don't get me wrong, it's a weakness on the Epis too, but I think the Gibson style is worse about it. Personally, I prefer the look of this model over the regular Casino. They only fit regular Casinos. There are several variations out there. They don't cost too much and you can always change them back. Plays great, but optically too much things I dislike: Plastic tuner knobs, headstock shape and plate, black PUs, cheap pickguard, both finishes don't speak to me. Almost makes me wish I had bought the tan instead of the 'burst! On a Casino set we re-use both the covers and the chassis. By the way, does anybody know the significance of the blue label? Epiphone Electrics Search In. You can post now and register later. Clear editor. Personally, I like the black better matches the headstock , but like my Grampa used to say, "if all the guys out there liked the same thing, they'd all be after your Grandma. If yours is built with this type of connector, leave the pickup half of the connector attached to the lead wire and send in the entire assembly—pickup, chassis, cover, leadwire with clip. Here are a few pics for you, starting with our own Kat I need to get a smaller guitar for her to hold on to at some point! But, one reason the QingDao factory was developed, aside from less expensive labor, was more control, over the actual "spec's," and designs, to. Headstock and logo, pup covers, everything. Simply a sublime instrument! {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}By midiman56 , August 19, in Epiphone Electrics. 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