I quite agree with man's video, although I'm more of an SG guy. He's makes a good point as well, the fact that people even compare Epiphone to Gibson goes to show how quality Epiphone guitars really are. I'm a proud supporter of the Epiphone brand and will gladly choose them before a Gibson. Not to say that Gibsons are bad, not at all. Any Gibson I've ever had the pleasure to lay hands on has felt very quality and look very beautiful. Although the same can be said of Epiphones I've played as well.

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