#1
Just wondering What the best hollowbody epiphone makes is thats as affordable as these... So which one is best?
#2
depends on style really. if i remember correctly, the casino is slimmer and suited more for rock whereas the wildkat is thicker and suited more for jazz. i think.
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#5
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depends on style really. if i remember correctly, the casino is slimmer and suited more for rock whereas the wildkat is thicker and suited more for jazz. i think.


You have it round the wrong way. The Wildkat is the smaller guitar.

I have a Wildkat, they are quite small for a semi-hollow, being in between a Les Paul and Dot in size. They are part of the "Kat" series (Alleykat, Flamekat and Wildkat).

The Wildkat is fitted with two P90 singlecoils (the other Kat guitars have humbuckers), which is the same as the Casino.

Coming from playing a Gibson Les Paul, I found the Casino a little too bulky for my tastes, but some people dig the bigger body. Play them both and decide for yourself.

Both will do rock & classic rock perfectly, but can be prone to feedback if you use too much gain/distortion.
#6
cool, thanks, just lookin around at this viking, it looks awesome! all reviews are 10's and i could get one used, with just light scratches on the pick guard for $512, o So tempting!