#2
I have one, the same model. I am a bit of a noob yet, but I can say the action is low and is fun to play. It definately is a rocker metal guitar I think. I am getting into blues and is not the sound I am looking for, but for Rock, it is admirable.
Considering a cheap strat knockoff was my beginner guitar, this thing is from heaven... But compared to that, almost anything would be.
I am not sure what you want to know so I hope others can help. Again, noob here.
#3
Decent guitars for the price. The only cons with them is that there are some variances between the same model because they're not made that consistently. The pickups are horrible but as for any stock pickups on a cheap guitar, that's to be expected.

You can't really complain that it sucks because they are what they are- cheap.
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Decent guitars for the price. The only cons with them is that there are some variances between the same model because they're not made that consistently. The pickups are horrible but as for any stock pickups on a cheap guitar, that's to be expected.

You can't really complain that it sucks because they are what they are- cheap.

Yeah I was gonna change em if I bought one, I heard there he closest you can get to a Gibson, would you agree with that? I'm more of a Floyd rose guy but I thought I'd get a cheap hardtail to mess with a bit, plus it looks sick.
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Yeah I was gonna change em if I bought one, I heard there he closest you can get to a Gibson, would you agree with that? I'm more of a Floyd rose guy but I thought I'd get a cheap hardtail to mess with a bit, plus it looks sick.

The Epiphone Elitists and the high end Tokai's are the closest to real Gibsons.

The Elitists aren't made anymore (apart from the Casino) because they are so similar to actual Gibsons, yet 2/3 of the price, that nobody bought Gibsons.
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The Epiphone Elitists and the high end Tokai's are the closest to real Gibsons.

The Elitists aren't made anymore (apart from the Casino) because they are so similar to actual Gibsons, yet 2/3 of the price, that nobody bought Gibsons.

I see I'll have to look at those, but I got a Peavey wolfgang and an older x-series ibanez, play a lot of rock and metal, would this one be a good buy?
#7
Pros: it looks pretty

Cons: everything about it except that it looks pretty.
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Yeah I was expecting that, it's under 400 I know it won't be top notch but is it worth the 350? I've never owned a Gibson or epiphone

That's a ridiculous thing to say.

I have one of these limited edition '66 Epiphone SGs that I bought for around $350. I see no difference between what it does and what my $3,200 Gretsch White Falcon -- both guitars do exactly what I knew they would: the Falcon gives me a great sound, the Epi SG gives me a great sound. That's what I want when I buy a guitar, and that's what both do. If you look at a price tag for sound instead of your ears, you are a fool.

Anyone who knocks a guitar because it is cheap is a snob. I have some very expensive guitars and I have some very cheap guitars. I have them because they all me happy when I play them. My ears, not my wallet is the determining factor.

If you let price, not sound, determine what guitar you buy, you would never have these: