#1
Assuming I want a semi-hollow body tone--- is there any reason that these things should be avoided? I found a great local deal on one, and these look nicer than the Epi Dots....

Also, I have yet to play one--- how are the necks? Upper fret access?

Thoughts? Opinions?
#2
You should not buy one if you don't like the way it feels. That's pretty much the only thing I can think of. There's a lot of difference between Ibanez and Epiphone, so play one (can you play that one?) To see if you like it.
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#3
Play one but I think it's a solid buy.
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#4
i used to have one and its a great guitar, but hollow bodies are not my thing so i sold it. quality was better than epiphone though.
#5
I've got an AS73 and it is bloody excellent. Most people who see and play it are quite astonished how good it is.

I think you get a lot of bang for your buck from the 73 and I'm sure you wouldn't regret it. I tried both the dot and the 73 and although both are pretty good I just preferred the 73.

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