#1
I was thinking of getting another guitar to add to my setup other than my strat. I narrowed the selection down to two, either the Gibson SG Faded or the Epiphone Les Paul Standard. What do u recommend for a genuine classic rock sound?

And by the way, I'm probably going to be plugging it into a Marshall DSL410 once i sell my behringer and save up enough money for it.
My Gear:

Epi Les Paul Standard
Fender 48th Street Strat
Vox Valvetronix AD50VT
Martin Koa Acoustic
Some crappy unnamed bass
#2
For classic rock, either a Fender strat, gibson les paul, or gibson SG

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#3
Either of those guitars (the SG or LP) will give you good classic rock sound. Just try them out and get whichever you like better. I personally have an SG and love it. But I do plan on getting an LP soon too.
Gibson SG Special Ebony
Epiphone Sheraton w/ Seymour Duncan JB and SH-1 '59
Fender 1985 Made in Japan Stratocaster
Ibanez S470 DXQM Charcoal Brown
Simon Patrick CW Spruce Top Acoustic
#4
the gibson LPs are too expensive though. at least with the gibson sg the price is only in the $600s.
My Gear:

Epi Les Paul Standard
Fender 48th Street Strat
Vox Valvetronix AD50VT
Martin Koa Acoustic
Some crappy unnamed bass
#6
what is the difference in sound between the two guitars i mentioned in my first post?

and also, my price point is about $800.
My Gear:

Epi Les Paul Standard
Fender 48th Street Strat
Vox Valvetronix AD50VT
Martin Koa Acoustic
Some crappy unnamed bass
#7
Quote by guitarfreek909
what is the difference in sound between the two guitars i mentioned in my first post?

and also, my price point is about $800.


gibson has an all mahogany body for the warmth sound while the epi has a mahogany body with a piece of alder in it
#8
no. i mean the difference in sound between the gibson sg special and the epi LP standard.
My Gear:

Epi Les Paul Standard
Fender 48th Street Strat
Vox Valvetronix AD50VT
Martin Koa Acoustic
Some crappy unnamed bass