#1
Hey all, I was at guitar center recently and playing with a Gibson explorer. I have an Epiphone one at home, and I just wanted to know whether or not Gibson Explorer bodies are smaller/have any difference. Thanks guys!
Last edited by crownegamers at Jul 30, 2016,
#2
i would take out the link in your post. its not allowed here.

as far as the explorer you have an epi, and you played the gibson, you should know.
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#3
AFAIK, both the Epiphone,and the standard Gibson Explorer (i.e - '76 reissue) bodies should be the same size.

The Explorer Pro (Discontinued, IIRC) has a slightly smaller body than the standard version of the guitar.
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