#4
Yeah, it's just a G400 from with I've read on him. You could probably dress up a G400 like that for around $30, and probably get a black one for $200 used if you're so inclined.
#6
Gotta love the triple humbucker.

I actually own an Sg400 that was customized with dimarzio pickups that has that black and white color scheme. Certainly gotta love the look it gives.
#8
^ if you can stretch your budget a little, or go used, buy the same tokai I have instead .

Yamaha SG 800
Tokai USG 118s
Hughes&Kettner Tube Meister
Jet City JCA12XS
Laney Cub 10
Electro Harmonix Big Muff pi (tone/wicker)
Boss CH-1 Super Chorus
Guild D 125 CE <3
Last edited by Doogy-Style at Nov 26, 2012,
#10
The Tokai is made in Japan, while I assume the Epi is chinese. So better quality check etc.

Also you have the "correct" headstock shape, and I guess better pick ups and hardware. No clue how the wood compare, both are made of mahogany though, as they should

That being said I have never played the epi so it might still be pretty good, the tokai is just overall a higher end guitar. Only problem of the tokai is that it might be hard to find, and you'll need a clearance or second hand to have a low price, as sthey retail for quite a lot.

Got lucky with mine, new old stock clearance, had 45% off.
Yamaha SG 800
Tokai USG 118s
Hughes&Kettner Tube Meister
Jet City JCA12XS
Laney Cub 10
Electro Harmonix Big Muff pi (tone/wicker)
Boss CH-1 Super Chorus
Guild D 125 CE <3
Last edited by Doogy-Style at Nov 26, 2012,
#11
ooooh, I'm going in blind with this. I had a epiphone zakk wylde and I loved it but I want a SG style so I thought I would be a good idea. thanks I'm going to check further on that tokai
#12
The SG Les Paul Custom is great looking. I had looked into one myself but was concerned with tremolo picking and that extra pickup. Mod it into a five-way pickup selector and you'll have me drooling.