#1
im not talking about the obvious (no need to state what it is) but the rest of the stuff (wood, pickups, tuners stuff like that)
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-Goth-G400-Electric-Guitar?sku=517232
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-Vintage-G400-Electric-Guitar?sku=518669
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-G400-Electric-Guitar?sku=512590

even if the pickups aren't great i can always change them a few months after getting the guitar

EDIT:
well i thought the obvious would be obvious enough..
well anyway the obvious is the cosmetic stuff
Last edited by Drakhiei at Aug 30, 2009,
#4
one doesn't have a warranty
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#5
They seem to have different pickups. Maybe it's cosmetic.
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#6
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one doesn't have a warranty


musicians friend does a 3 year gold coverage warranty on all 3
#8
they are the same with different finish (and one has no inlays). theya re the same pickups and wood and stuff. They also cost the same, so if you want to get one, play them at a store and get the most comfortable one.
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#9
I prefer the GOTH Epi over other Epis SGs except for the Epi Toni Iommi and Prophecy SGs. I think Epi uses a better quality pick up on the GOTHs even though they list them as the same, all the Epi GOTH guitars I have owned seem to have hotter pups then the regular Epi guitars. Your best bet is to try and find some place where you can try out a few and see for yourself. I am lucky enough to have access to a dozen music shops within 30 min on my house so I have the luxury of being able to shop around and try as many guitars as I can.


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