The Epiphone Guitar Company is probably one of the oldest, dating back to 1873, they have passed down through the generations their passion and skills and are still highly sought after today. With a Greek founder initially creating and producing fiddles and lutes, the company started producing these awe-inspiring guitars in 1928.
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The Casino is probably one of the most well known models of the epiphone guitars and no doubt made more popular in the fact that it was a hit with Paul McCartney from the Beatles who liked the fact that it enjoyed a very heavy sound and is known to be a very good rhythm instrument, which probably explains why John Lennon and George Harrison where not far behind Paul McCartney in purchasing theirs.
Later on in1972 the actor Ronny Cox played an Epiphone guitar in the film “Deliverance”, which again hugely increased their popularity.
Now part of the Gibson Guitar group, the company still strive to make the musician’s dream in the shape of their guitars and more importantly however Epiphone still maintains its own line of archtop guitars which is a steel stringed acoustic or semi acoustic guitar quite popular with blues and jazz players alike.
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