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jona92

Epiphone Les Paul jr. - ebony

Epiphone EJ 200 Artist - ebony

Les Paul Cherry burst

Squier stratocaster

When I get a good paying career I'll save up and buy a Gibson...

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Grinch

Cort CL 1400 Hollow Body 2001

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Ibanez Roadster II 1985

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Fender Strat 1992

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Fender Squier Jaguar P Bass

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21guns&novacaine

Fender Squire Bullet Strat

George Washburn Limited Acoustic (It's not a very extraordinary acoustic, like one of those ones you pick up at the dollar store for 40$) :lol:

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Vic_Rattlehead

Epiphone Les Paul Jr. in Vintage Sunburst

Retrovibe V4W bass in white

Epiphone Thunderbird IV-Classic Pro bass in Vintage Sunburst

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peppermint butler

2014 gibson trini lopez in cherry(my main.plays like a dream)

2014 gibson melody maker in yellow

2011 gibson les paul junior hb in woodburst(limeted run.my main live guitar)

gibson les paul junior dc copy in cherry

gibson dg 335 copy in whatever blue color dave's is in

epiphone dot

fender blacktop tele hh in black

squier strat (my sticker guitar)

first act strat (silver with splatter)

bj guitars 2012 version

unmarked (warmoth probably) strat in black (gift from my uncle)

cort les paul copy

fender precision bass

taylor gs mini

martin lx1

kay 1950's parlor

all strats in e flat

cort in drop c

the rest in standard

almost forgot my danelectro double neck

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Matt.

Gibson Les Paul Studio (2010)

Epiphone ES-333 (Tom DeLonge model)

Taylor 110 Acoustic

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Lauren

1994 Gibson Les Paul Special

Epiphone Les Paul Special

Fender Strat (MIM)

Epiphone Casino

Yamaha FG730S

Fender Modern Player Jazz Bass

and a few others not worth mentioning

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Grubby Poop

Ibanez af75 hollow body

Washburn parlor acoustic

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DookieLukie

Epiphone EJ 200 Artist - ebony

How is this guitar? Thinking of buying it. Can you give me some details?

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Clean Cut Asshole

1989 Kramer XL III (my favorite guitar, standard tuning)

2009 Hello Kitty Squier Statocaster (D tuning)

Fender Squier Precision Bass (standard)

Will edit this post with pictures later...

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bollard_11

Epiphone Matt Kichi Heafy Custom Les Paul

Fender Mexican Stratocaster

Stagg Acoustic


When I get a good paying career I'll save up and buy a Gibson...

Don't get too hung up on Gibsons. I previously owned a Gibson, hated how it played. Got an Epiphone and I infinitely prefer it. Theres a lot more to a guitar than just a brand name!

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Spike

My current collection consists of:

Fender Baja Telecaster

1996 MIK Squier Telecaster

1996 MIK Squier Stratocaster

Squier Affinity Stratocaster

Aria STB Precision Bass

Warwick RockBass Corvette

Painfully short list at the moment, I'm two acoustics and three basses down in the last couple of years.

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captain peroxide

Maddie, a wine red Gibson Les Paul Studio.

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Red, a white Gibson SG Standard.

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Jackie, a kinda-blue-kinda-green Hohner acoustic.

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And, most recently, Cobie, a Squier Affinity Strat that I'm turning into a copy of Blue. No pictures yet.

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jona92

How is this guitar? Thinking of buying it. Can you give me some details?

Well, let me start by syaing it is a good guitar. With that said, it still got some flaws. First you'll quickly notice some finish details that don't look so good. Espacially on the side of neck. Also at the sound hole it's not so pretty. I'm a beginner at guitar, but I would say the sound is very clear and loud,but think aboutt just changing the strings right away when you get it. Didn't like the ones I got with it.

Epiphone Matt Kichi Heafy Custom Les Paul

Fender Mexican Stratocaster

Stagg Acoustic

Don't get too hung up on Gibsons. I previously owned a Gibson, hated how it played. Got an Epiphone and I infinitely prefer it. Theres a lot more to a guitar than just a brand name!

What Gibson was that?

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bollard_11

Well, let me start by syaing it is a good guitar. With that said, it still got some flaws. First you'll quickly notice some finish details that don't look so good. Espacially on the side of neck. Also at the sound hole it's not so pretty. I'm a beginner at guitar, but I would say the sound is very clear and loud,but think aboutt just changing the strings right away when you get it. Didn't like the ones I got with it.

What Gibson was that?

Gibson SG!
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bagelfeet

2 Squier strats. One was an affinity series that I modified the pickup to a Seymour Duncan distortion, and the other one is an HSS bullet strat in a killer green. I have and Ibanez NDM2 with a pickguard swapped for an all back one. I have a Squier standard Tele in butterscotch blonde. I have a Billie Joe Doublecut TV Yellow junior, and finally I have an Epiphone ES-339 in cherry, my favorite guitar.

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naliuj

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This is my first, and main guitar. It's an Indiana strat copy with a SD Hot Rails in the bridge. I'm planning on putting a SD Cool Rails in the neck eventually.

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This is just an all stock Epiphone Les Paul Special. It's great for the price.

I'm also really tempted to pre-order the Chapman Ghost Fret in Satin Blue...

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Joe.

Maddie, a wine red Gibson Les Paul Studio.

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Red, a white Gibson SG Standard.

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Jackie, a kinda-blue-kinda-green Hohner acoustic.

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And, most recently, Cobie, a Squier Affinity Strat that I'm turning into a copy of Blue. No pictures yet.

I don't get the attraction of owning a blue copy :/ I want a guitar that's my own, not a copy.

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captain peroxide

I don't get the attraction of owning a blue copy :/ I want a guitar that's my own, not a copy.

Okay? Good for you.

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rootbeersoup

I don't get the attraction of owning a blue copy :/ I want a guitar that's my own, not a copy.

(Every mass-produced guitar is a copy)
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Joe.

(Every mass-produced guitar is a copy)

Thanks for the clearing that one up for me...

To rephrase then for the smartarses, I don't understand wanting a SIGNATURE guitar, each to their own just don't quite get the hype, it's not as special for me as owning a normal guitar. For me you should make the normal guitar YOUR signature guitar (cringe)

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This is my first, and main guitar. It's an Indiana strat copy with a SD Hot Rails in the bridge. I'm planning on putting a SD Cool Rails in the neck eventually.

TYdPggn.jpg

This is just an all stock Epiphone Les Paul Special. It's great for the price.

I'm also really tempted to pre-order the Chapman Ghost Fret in Satin Blue...

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The ghost fret :D

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rootbeersoup

Thanks for the clearing that one up for me...

To rephrase then for the smartarses, I don't understand wanting a SIGNATURE guitar, each to their own just don't quite get the hype, it's not as special for me as owning a normal guitar. For me you should make the normal guitar YOUR signature guitar (cringe)

My point is every guitar mass-produced started out as someone's signature guitar. There is no such thing as a "normal guitar." Everyone who plays a Les Paul or SG is copying Les Paul by your logic.
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Joe.

My point is every guitar mass-produced started out as someone's signature guitar. There is no such thing as a "normal guitar." Everyone who plays a Les Paul or SG is copying Les Paul by your logic.

No not at all, many musicians have used stratocasters, so owning a strat isn't copying them. Making a copy of blue is copying them :)

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Joe.

My point is every guitar mass-produced started out as someone's signature guitar. There is no such thing as a "normal guitar." Everyone who plays a Les Paul or SG is copying Les Paul by your logic.

To further prove my point, last weekend I was buying a new Les Paul and I was offered the choice between an Orange sunburst or Slash's signature paint. This sort of thing came to my mind, hence why I went for the sunburst :P

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naliuj

Thanks for the clearing that one up for me...

To rephrase then for the smartarses, I don't understand wanting a SIGNATURE guitar, each to their own just don't quite get the hype, it's not as special for me as owning a normal guitar. For me you should make the normal guitar YOUR signature guitar (cringe)

The ghost fret :D

I don't check this forum much. Are you a Chappers fan?

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