#1
Well?


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#4
i have never heard of this before, might be fake or might just be that rare.

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#5
very rare,

ok guitars but not ideal for the brootz, more jazz and even then.....

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#6
The epiphone les paul 7 strings have a 24.75 inch scale IIRC.

Probably not an ideal trait for a 7 string since even 25.5 can run into stability problems at times. Don't expect to go any lower then the standard 7 string tunings.
#8
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The epiphone les paul 7 strings have a 24.75 inch scale IIRC.

Probably not an ideal trait for a 7 string since even 25.5 can run into stability problems at times. Don't expect to go any lower then the standard 7 string tunings.


Yeah the scales on these aren't very good.
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#9
Whoaaaaa. Never seen that before haha. I got a Epi 7 String Flying V but THIS is something that I would have never imagined XD
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#12
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would love to see an Epi 7 string explorer...yes i am a Trivium fan lol


Didn't they used to make 7 string explorers? I swear I've seen one before.
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#13
They do make Gibson 7 string explorers.

http://www.thomann.de/gb/gibson_explorer_7_string_eb_b_stock.htm


I've heard a lot of good things about the Epi 7's, with a slight accommodation of string gauge in relation to the scale length then you should be fine, the .75" doesn't make that much of a difference when in comparison to normal 25.5" 7's.

In terms of a 7 string single cut then they're your most effective bet, single cut 7's are all too hard to find these days.
#15
I've got a couple of the Epi LP 7-strings. Never seen a goldtop one before though.

They're pretty good, built well. Pickups suck but what's new. The tuning, intonation and stability problems people say about the Gibson scale is bullshit, mine never have any problems with any of those. Just use appropriate strings, i.e. don't use .09s, and stick to B standard to Bb Standard tuning. Easy.
#16
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Well?

Thanks in advance


There was no Epi Les Paul in 1986-87

Epi started LPs in Korea in 1989, and it had the Gibson-like headstock for a short time

Came only in Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Vintage Sunburst and Trans Black

'Custom' Gold Sparkle could be 'homemade'
#17
yeah, i knew about the Gibson 7 Explorers, but i dont have that kind of cash :/ i think they started making them as kind of an unofficial Matt Heafy custom thing, because i know he started using them after Trivium left Dean. Would be awesome to have an Epi though...maybe just a Korina explorer if not haha. Btw, that 7 LP looks awesome
#18
You dont see epi 7s too often, but no way worth $800 IMO.




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