#1
Ok, so i need your advice. I want an sg. I could sell my epiphone les paul 100, get some money for christmas and buy epiphone sg g400 vintage. Would this be good idea? Well the g400 vintage is is higher in price and from reviews i found that it's a better guitar, but my question is- is it worth it?
#2
yes, it has better pickups
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#6
Can you go try out a G400 first?
I think the feel will be quite different, but overall the G400 is going to be a nicer instrument.
#7
Oh and another question. Whats the diffrence between g400 and g400 vintage?
#8
their paint jobs are the only difference
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#9
I'd Go With It
But Make Sure To Try Out The Sg First
I Found That Sg Necks Tend To Dip And You Have To Hold Them With Your Fretting Hand While Playing
#11
Heaps of people complain about the SG being neck-heavy but you hold the neck with your hand anyway. I guess it's just personal preference. The LP has a thicker body I believe, and is said to have more bass than SG's in general, but yeah, check 'em both out side by side and decide for yourself.
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#13
nope
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#15
i suggest the vintage version as it has neck binding and the normal one doesnt have and that sucks
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#16
the g-400 would be much lighter and have a lot thinner body, I think the pickups might be better but i would suggest getting better pickups in the future anyways, any gibson pickup would considerably better