#1
(OK I DONT KNOW HOW TO MAKE A POLL) put just tell me

epiphone korina ebony fly v:

epiphone les paul custom:
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Marshall MG100DFX
Squier Affinity
Digitech RP200A
Givson acoustic copy


elo ther.
#3
£320
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Marshall MG100DFX
Squier Affinity
Digitech RP200A
Givson acoustic copy


elo ther.
#4
yeh it would be best to get a new amp, check out some roland cubes and the vox ones. **** cant remember what their called.
#5
to expensive! do you know any cheaper ones
Main quips
Marshall MG100DFX
Squier Affinity
Digitech RP200A
Givson acoustic copy


elo ther.
#7
thanks man, i think i'll get a korina fly v then, i heard the tone is fantastic, just dont want make a mistake which for a guitar will last me 15 years, i hope it lasts. What do you think?
Main quips
Marshall MG100DFX
Squier Affinity
Digitech RP200A
Givson acoustic copy


elo ther.
#8
eh not into epiphones too much. and most of your tone would come from your amp. the best bet i can really advise is to try it out yourself
#10
Firstly, why have you made 2 threads on this?

Well getting a new amp will make more difference to your tone than a new guitar and nothing sounds great through a Fender Frontman. For your budget, you could easily get a Roland Cube 60 so I'd recommend getting one of them.

However, if you are desperate to ignore everyones advice, go for a Jackson KV2 King V instead of a relatively unknown Epiphone V.
~ My Gear ~

Gibson Les Paul Studio in Alpine White with EMG 81/60
Fender Stratocaster
Marshall DSL401
Boss Metal Zone MT-2
Boss Super Overdrive SD-1
Boss Noise Suppressor NS-2
Digitech RP80
Samson Wireless
Fender Champions Series 30