#2
The separation you get on a 50s or 60s Les Paul or Strat make them my favourite guitars tbh.


If not them, then something like Tyler, Anderson or maybe Suhr would be considered to have the highest consistent quality build and sound.
#3
Please dont make another thread like this. Im getting tired of every fanboy on the site arguing over whether Epiphone sucks or Ibanez sucks or Gibson sucks or Dean Sucks, etc, etc, etc.
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#4
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Please dont make another thread like this. Im getting tired of every fanboy on the site arguing over whether Epiphone sucks or Ibanez sucks or Gibson sucks or Dean Sucks, etc, etc, etc.

Compared to a handbuilt custom-made electric, pretty much everything sucks.
#5
ibanez,gibson,yamaha and fender

worse makes jackson and legacy

for acoustics martin and taylor

obviously everyone has different opinions and i predict a flame war in this thread
#6
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Quote by VanTheKraut
Please dont make another thread like this. Im getting tired of every fanboy on the site arguing over whether Epiphone sucks or Ibanez sucks or Gibson sucks or Dean Sucks, etc, etc, etc.



i dont want ppl to say what sucks, i want to say what they like and why, its just a topic to talk about
#8
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ibanez,gibson,yamaha and fender

worse makes jackson and legacy

for acoustics martin and taylor

obviously everyone has different opinions and i predict a flame war in this thread


yamaha, better than jackson??

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#9
Ibanez for me, Every Ibanez I've ever tried I've loved infact both of the Ibanez' I own I didn't plan to go into buy either of them, I went in for something completely different. Both times I went into to try either a jackson Dinky and the other time was an RR3, and both times I walked out with an Ibanez. I just love the necks and sounds on them. Worse make for me has to be BC Rich.
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#10
My favorite would be the Gibson Les Paul Standard. Followed closely by the Fender Strat. Simply because of the number of artists and recordings they appear on and the influence they have had on electric guitars.
#11
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yamaha, better than jackson??

>.>


everything is better than jackson even a shoebox with a elastic band round it is better than jackson
#12
It's all speculative, threads like this are pointless
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#14
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i dont want ppl to say what sucks, i want to say what they like and why, its just a topic to talk about

yeah but there's always gonna be some idiots who reply to someone who said "fender are the best imo" with something like "fender r lame ESP pwnz fendr into da gruond!!!"

also, how many people are going to shout out the brand name of the guitar they own, to try to look cool?

although i feel that from a neutral perspective, when it comes to production models, gibson once were the best i think - having played a '53 les paul with a wrapover bridge and P-90s, i can tell you it was a fantastically well crafted, extremely high quality instrument, that was a dream to play and though i didn't get to plug it in i know how great it sounds from a bunch of records it was on (check out books are burning by XTC, the call/response solos at the end - the "woman tone" guitar is the les paul i'm talking about). and all the original pots, caps, switches etc still worked perfectly. the guitar has stood the test of time, for sure, and is no doubt as good as ever, if a little dented and scratched and green (early goltop finishes get a green tint to them over time due to the elements of copper in the gold paint used). i have played a couple of other vintage gibsons from the golden era, and they are just unbeatable - i have never played anything that matches them and i don't think i ever will - vintage fenders are put to shame i feel as i've never played a vintage fender that i'd consider worth having instead of a brand new one - modern fenders are better than vintage ones (also better than many modern gibsons!), but the modern gibsons can be a real letdown when you've played the earlier models.
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#15
PRS.

Each instrument is visually a work of art, then the playability and sound of the guitar itself is virtually unbeatable. All instruments are built to the highest standards.
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#16
Gibson or Fender, then comes PRS. Though, I'd love to own one of those older Gibsons or Fenders (59 Les Paul in that sexy burst or a '57 Strat in 2 tone sunburst or white blonde).

Why, you ask?

Because Gibson and Fender are always copy. in all these other guitars you have "Strat shaped" "Les Paul shaped" "SG shaped' Telecaster shaped" etc. They're the pioneers of how things should look. Strats are one of the simplest instruments ever made. Completely customizable and easy to fix.

I agree with Vauxite. PRS is definitely a work of art.
#18
Quote by King85
It's all speculative, threads like this are pointless


its just discussion to talk about what makes guitars great
#19
Quote by ibanezgod1973
everything is better than jackson even a shoebox with a elastic band round it is better than jackson


Seriously a USA or even MIJ Jackson shits all over it's competitors.
#20
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Compared to a handbuilt custom-made electric, pretty much everything sucks.


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#22
Yup. That there is custom and hand made.

I prefer Gibsons.
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#23
Gibsons, Fenders and Ibanezes. I love them all.
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#25
I say Jackson and PRS. Jackson USA production line is incredible, and the CS is the sex. PRS, well it's obvious why I put them there.

To the Ibanez fanboy who's been bashing Jackson, have you ever tried a USA model?
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