#1
I am just wondering, would me trading my vox ac30cc2 for a gibson sg standard be a good trade? if both were in good condition and stuff...I am probably not going to trade it, but you never know...
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#2
No. The improvement over your Epi would be minimal.
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#5
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No. The improvement over your Epi would be minimal.

+1 You prob wouldn't be able to tell the difference. The Vox ac30 is an amazing amp.
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#6
The Vox new is $1100, the Gibson new is $1600...

And are people saying the Epi is just as good as the Gibson? We better be talking Epi Elitist because the G400 is an abomination. New Gibsons aren't that great unless you find a good one, but def better than a G400.
#7
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The Vox new is $1100, the Gibson new is $1600...

And are people saying the Epi is just as good as the Gibson? We better be talking Epi Elitist because the G400 is an abomination. New Gibsons aren't that great unless you find a good one, but def better than a G400.

Its a Vox Ac30cc2 not a cc1.
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#8
ok, thanks guys. there was a guy who would trade his 2004 sg in good condition for an amp. when I asked, he told me that he whould trade me if I added 100 to the ac30cc2 to the deal. I thought that was a little to much seing as my amp is just a year old...
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#10
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ok, $1200, still $400 difference

It doesn't matter, used they're worth about the same price.
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