Epiphone Casino

[Gear] My Ever-Growing Family.

I recently got new items so I figured I'd show off my family.
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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.
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Matt Marshak and His Epiphone Sheraton - YouTube

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