You should keep the current guitar and put bare knuckles handmade pickups for it. Cheaper deal, better results.
Burney RCL 3 pickup with Bigsby (God, I want that guitar so bad)http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Burny-Rcl-85-LP-3-Pickup-Bigsby-Black-Uber-Cool-/380239251403?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Musical_Instruments_Guitars_CV&hash=item58880687cb#ht_500wt_928
hey guys, im looking to buy a new Gibson Les Paul, im currently playing a Epi Les Paul Standard Plus and im now willing to spend the money for a Gibson. Which version should i get, do i save some money and get a Studio or Studio Deluxe and then regret not spending more?Or pay now and get a Standard or something? I like the 08 Desert Burst and i like the older looking gold tops, not the ones with the really shiny tops. I play guns style, also play a lot of bucketheads more mellow stuff, (soothsayer, padamansa, sail on soothsayer etc)Thanks
lol. :) your posts dude made my day:)
Yeah, I agree with you nemo. The higher end Tokai's are amazing. The low end ones are probably a bit better than Epi's. But then again, the high end Tokai's are still damn expensive. And as for being ripped off...that's the reason you buy used. I don't think I'll ever buy another guitar new. Or any other piece of equipment for that matter. Aslong as you do your research and not be an idiot, youw on't get ripped off.
Ok,I'm sorry...but anyone who can compare an epiphone les paul with a gibson (even a studio) that you have actually put some effort into to test play or at least have some sort of idea if it's a keeper, deserves to stay with teh shit that epiphone put out.Granted, in recent years Gibson have put out some lower quality les pauls on the same line as some really awesome ones, but the same goes for any manufacturer. The bottom line is, you could go to a guitar shop, pick up 4 or 5 gibson studio's and 95% of the time they will blow away each of the 20-30 epiphone customs or standards there. Look into the Gibson Studio Premium Plus models mate. They were discontinued in 2007, but you'll find a few around. I've played Gibson standards and trust me, if you can get one of the really good ones (most of them were) you'll never regret getting a studio premium plus. Unless of course you are a huge faggot that bitches about binding.The fact that it's chambered is a bit of a meh, but I guess it does make it easier than carrying an anvil around.Just...never encourage anyone looking to upgrade to buy anything that epiphone makes. It's all chinese shit.
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