Fez wrote:i got an Epiphone Les Paul Studio in the shade of navy blue. Plays really well. maybe sometime I'll be able to afford a gibson.
Valotonin wrote:Fez wrote:i got an Epiphone Les Paul Studio in the shade of navy blue. Plays really well. maybe sometime I'll be able to afford a gibson.
Can vouch for Epiphone being closer to Gibson than Squier is to Fender. Epiphone is actually a really decent brand in making licensed Gibson replicas and they are 100% gig-able and studio friendly guitars, Squiers on the other hand are generally quite poor quality fender clones, but their quality has been increasing a bit with the Vintage Modified range.
I have a Squier Jazzmaster personally but it has entirely new pickups and circuitry inside and I have a new 60s style neck with white binding and block fret markers/ jumbo frets en-rute. Squiers are only good if you are willing to invest a bit of time and effort into modifying them to sound like their fender counterparts but on a much lower budget.
machinea wrote:But the biggest deal is this https://www.instagram.com/p/Bb8JkY7gdJc ... tsofflight
Valotonin wrote:machinea wrote:But the biggest deal is this https://www.instagram.com/p/Bb8JkY7gdJc ... tsofflight
Jesus, that is a lovely guitar in that pic. Is that an ES-335?
Nice Rhodes organ too, can't get enough of their fairly unique sound whenever I hear it.
machinea wrote:It’s actually a Samick RL4, it’s a good guitar and beautiful to look at, it could just use some electronics and pup upgrades.
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