#1
I've been looking to by a cheaper model of the les paul. Ive noticed that on musician's friend they have an Epiphone B-Stock for$300 and a standard by epiphone for about $80 more. What is the difference between the b-stock and the standard? Thanx
#4
B-stock= blemishes stock which could be a display model or have some finish crack. If it's only $80 bucks difference i would suggest you to get the standard one even tough they don't make much a difference other than the comsmetic.
Gear:
Black Jackson Dinky 2
Peavey Envoy 110
and that's it.
Last edited by wind88 at Jun 30, 2006,
#5
hahahaha blasphemous stock?

haha no its just a "b stock" because its not in perfect condition (which would be standard or A)

by the way "blasphemous" means disrespectful (religious connotation usually)
Last edited by JET116 at Jun 30, 2006,
#7
Quote by JET116
hahahaha blasphemous stock?

haha no its just a "b stock" because its not in perfect condition (which would be standard or A)

True dat. I wouldn't mind getting a B-stock if I could:
a) first see it/play it in person.
b) save 100+ because it's B-stock.

I'd never buy one off the internet though.
#8
b stock is usually stamped used on back of the head stock. you will prolly regret this as long as you own the guitar. get a new one if you can afford it.
#9
unless its like a huge big crack then i wouldnt worry too much heck there was a caparison that had a chip in the front and it was like 1000 off the price and it was at the max about 1 cm long and maybe 5 mm deep