Taken from an [interview by Tone Report](http://tonereport.com/blogs/rig-report/gary-clark-jr-reluctant-gearhead/page/two). Gary Clark's technician, Dave Holman, was also [interviewed by Premier Guitar](https://youtu.be/_41e0TRdmiM). He says that this was an American made guitar sent to Europe as b-stock due to it not being up to Epiphone's a-stock standards. The body has a burl top that's been sun-faded due to long exposure in the sun especially around the pickguard which was removed, revealing the original colour. Originally, this was a number one guitar for Gary, but has been replaced as a second. Gary's number one is currently a Gibson SG.more
In this photo you can clearly see Noel using the casino with a royal tan finish, whilst playing a gig with Paul Weller in London. I think it is the 66 model due to the "E" logo on the truss rod cover. Noels model has no pickguard. a closer look to a very similar model can be found here http://www.tuckhersey.com/guitars/casino_m.jpgmore
Over on the bandstand, Vivino’s TV rig features two new combo amps—a Fender Eric Clapton Signature Twinolux and a Colby Dual Tone Booster—and the day’s guitar roster includes a reissue Guild M-75 Aristocrat, a Gretsch G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat signature model, a ’66 Epiphone Casino…more
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