Mhaydencream
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Join date: Jan 2013
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#1
Found this 1995 MIK Epiphone LP copy on craigslist for $175. It appears to be thinner than a typical studio or standard that I see at GC nowadays. I've been looking to get a decent LP copy and was seriously thinking of going with an AGILE AL-3010se. This may be a better option as it is about $125 cheaper and no shipping. Anyone have a 1995 MIK Epiphone LP? Are these decent quality? It's about an hours drive so I don't really want to drive that far to look at a POS. Here's a link to two pictures of the guitar posted by the guy selling it (he was looking for info on the guitar).

http://forum.gibson.com/index.php?/topic/65311-1995-epiphone-les-paul/
Robbgnarly
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Join date: Feb 2011
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#2
That is the same as the LP special II that is way to high of a price for what it is.
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jpnyc
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#3
Quote by Robbgnarly
That is the same as the LP special II that is way to high of a price for what it is.


+1. You can snag a new LP Special II for ~$100 at Guitar Center on many holiday weekends.

And 1990s Epiphones were awful guitars. Korean guitars didn’t get good until the 2000s.