#2
Yep i've seen it. This guitar sounds incredible.


Only if I had 5k....But you're buying a guitar with an inotation problem thats the thing.


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#5
I dont like the bridge, but besides that it looks amazing. so creamy haha
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That's why Epiphones are made, or Studio and Special models. It really shouldn't be any complaint that limited run Custom Shop models are expensive - they're limited run Custom Shop models. What do you expect?


Edit: I like how you say 'working folks'. As if people without jobs could afford these sorts of guitars any easier?
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#8
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That's why Epiphones are made, or Studio and Special models. It really shouldn't be any complaint that limited run Custom Shop models are expensive - they're limited run Custom Shop models. What do you expect?


Edit: I like how you say 'working folks'. As if people without jobs could afford these sorts of guitars any easier?


He probably means people who are into music enough to go out and spend 5K on a guitar. Like a professional musican.
#9
I like it
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#10
Meh,not my cup of tea,but then again,it also isn't aimed and marketed at me,so that's to be expected.The gold top finish and p-90's are nice though.

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#12
itd look better if it had a bigsby or somethin, not that big ugly thang.

but i bet it sustains forforevar
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#13
holy mother of god. that is un-****ing-real.

however this is by no means a players guitar, its pretty much for collectors only. the intonation will definitely be sub par. the entire reason the tune-o-matic was invented was to solve the serious intonation issues of the trapeze bridge.
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holy mother of god. that is un-****ing-real.

however this is by no means a players guitar, its pretty much for collectors only. the intonation will definitely be sub par. the entire reason the tune-o-matic was invented was to solve the serious intonation issues of the trapeze bridge.

actually, that wasn't it at all.

the original trapeze bridge didn't match all of the varied neck angles on each of the '52 les pauls, so very few of them were able to be used correctly, resulting in the strings having to be wrapped under the bridge to get a decent string height, which meant that the bridge wasn't pinned to the body properly causing it to be able to move around causing tuning and intonation problems, as well as harming the sustain.

this was replaced in '53 with a unit that was mounted on posts like the stop-bar of a tune-o-matic that sat flatter against the body allowing the strings to be wrapped over and have a decent string height on all les pauls. I've played a genuine '53 and there was nothing wrong with the intonation.

regardless, judging by the fact the strings are wrapped over the bridge, they've done the trapeze properly this time, hence there will be no such problems once the guitar is properly set up.
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