#1
I got it as a Christmas present from second hand guitar store. I wanted a practice electric guitar to start of with but it became my true guitar for me, as it has character and a great punk sound.

More onto the point I done some google searches and I can find my guitar series or ID or an image etc.

Please help me!

Notes:

- It is a 'Vintage', the logo is at the top of the fretboard.
- It has four knobs, two are tone and two are volume both for the 'Treble' and ' Rhythm' setting.
- It has a bit of flamboyance of a gold touch to it.
- It is a black guitar.

Please tell me to look out for anything to find identification.
#2
It was obviously made by Vintage, and the set up sounds like it could be their take on a Les Paul, but it's hard to say for sure without a picture....
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#3
I'll get a picture up,

in the meantime what is 'Vintage'? Is it a guitar make?
#6
Quote by sammyjon
in the meantime what is 'Vintage'? Is it a guitar make?

yes.
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#7
Ahh right okay, thanks.

Here are the pictures.






Last edited by sammyjon at Aug 15, 2011,
#10
it's not a bad looking guitar. it's a Gibson SG clone, which also isn't a bad guitar
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#11
it's not a bad looking guitar. it's a Gibson SG clone, which also isn't a bad guitar

I've never liked SGs, but I've played a couple of Vintage's guitars in the past and they've always seemed pretty good. This guy's done OK with that as his first guitar.
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Barber Tone Press > EHX Worm >TC Polytune > EXH Glove > EHX East River Drive > Zoom G3 > TC Spark Mini Booster
EVH 5150 III LBXII
Jet City JCA22H
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My SoundCloud
#13
The vintages can be alright. Hit and miss but you get some good ones they're certainly better then the westfields, staggs etc.

It is a copy of a Gibson SG as already stated.
Last edited by coolstoryangus at Aug 15, 2011,
#14
Quote by sammyjon
I got it as a Christmas present from second hand guitar store. I wanted a practice electric guitar to start of with but it became my true guitar for me, as it has character and a great punk sound.

More onto the point I done some google searches and I can find my guitar series or ID or an image etc.

Please help me!

Notes:

- It is a 'Vintage', the logo is at the top of the fretboard.
- It has four knobs, two are tone and two are volume both for the 'Treble' and ' Rhythm' setting.
- It has a bit of flamboyance of a gold touch to it.
- It is a black guitar.

Please tell me to look out for anything to find identification.


The title made me laugh. How can you not recognize your own guitar? I think you meant identify
Moving on.....
#15
My first guitar. Pickups sound underwater. Good starter though!
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#17
Quote by JonnyH
My first guitar. Pickups sound underwater. Good starter though!



i found that once i learned how to set up and work on pickups, that even guitars from companies like vintage can sound a far amount better with enough work on em.