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[Play] First real use of my new (to me) 1974 Epiphone Casino!

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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] My three Matsumoku guitars with my Helix. Love me some wood grain!

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These are my three main guitars, a 1981 "Austin", a 1979 Vantage VS650, and a 1974 Epiphone Casino

Guitar 1: My main guitar is the 1981 "Austin". Austin is in quotations because it's not actually an Austin. I went through their catalogs from the 70s, 80s, and 90s and couldn't find a match for this guitar, as well as the logo font not matching any of their other logo. That said, this is my favorite guitar. It originally had four knobs and just the pickup selector, but I did a few modifications. I actually got this because I wanted a backup for the Vantage, but I ended up falling in love with it, so it is now my main.
Guitar 2: The Vantage VS650 was my first Matsumoku guitar, and it was the first time I was truly happy with my sound. It has the same wiring as the "Austin", but the switches and knobs are in different places. Basically, it's the prototype for my perfect guitar.
Guitar 3: The Epiphone Casino was my most recent grab. I saw it posted for sale locally, and I immediately knew I needed to get it. A little backstory on it, Epiphone moved their production to the Matsumoku factory in the early 70s, and made some changes to their guitars. This is only a Casino by name. It has humbuckers as opposed to the classic Casino P90s, and the neck is bolt on. That said, this thing SINGS. The neck pickup is super warm and full of sustain. The bridge pickup isn't working properly, but I have yet to really dig into that problem. I'll get to it.
Helix: I have so much to say about the Helix, but I'm not gonna get super into that right now (feel free to ask questions about it though). I love it, it does everything I need, and it's super practical for me.
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