#1
Anyone own/ever play one of these? from my research they seem like very high quality les paul copies. There is one at a local music store for $250 with the finish i liked the best. (tobacco sunburst) I've heard the pickups are awesome, wood is high quality, and they play great. I will probably be buying it in the next few days unless i really don't like how it plays.
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#2
well they are an independent company. They dont' have to overprice their guitars like gibson and epiphone
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First of all, I enjoy deathcore for it's complexity and it's the only genre heavy enough for me



Quote by Highway60Bob
I want an amp good for playing hippie tunes. I want it to be an actual amp, not a tube amp.
#3
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well they are an independent company. They dont' have to overprice their guitars like gibson and epiphone


This.

Just because they're priced low, doesn't mean they aren't high quality. Also, $250 is a good price depending on the model. I've seen some of them on ebay for over $500.

If it feels and plays good to you, then go for it. Doesn't matter if anyone else has played it as long as it plays good for you. Also, they look phenomenal.
#4
bump?
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First of all, I enjoy deathcore for it's complexity and it's the only genre heavy enough for me



Quote by Highway60Bob
I want an amp good for playing hippie tunes. I want it to be an actual amp, not a tube amp.
#5
the guy who designed EMGs works there. pups are amazing
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#6
cool, anyone else?
Quote by shakin'cakes
First of all, I enjoy deathcore for it's complexity and it's the only genre heavy enough for me



Quote by Highway60Bob
I want an amp good for playing hippie tunes. I want it to be an actual amp, not a tube amp.
#7
I tried them before, I thought they were cheap enough and I thought they were decent but that was way back in March. I didn't play a Strat style model, The ones I tried were Telecaster and Les Paul style guitars. I thought they were decent but they didn't really call out to me, Then again I don't like the sound of solid bodied Telecaster guitars much and I'm not a Gibson person. As far as Teles go I have to have a Telecaster Thinline model for the sound I want and Tradition didn't have any Thinline models. If I played a Tradition guitar now I may be able to tell you more.
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#8
theres this music store not far from me and all they sell is traditions. I havent been back there in awhile but I wanna play one so bad. the 72 tele copy is sexy with the binding around it. as far as that goes they all look good.