#1
i have a gig coming up soon and it might be all acoustic.

i love this guitar but can't decide between the plum burst or all black colors.

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Gibson SG Standard + 18volt EMG-81 & 85
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#2
I say Plum or Ruby Redburst.
Gear:

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Digitech BP200
#5
Quote by Dr_Feelgood'87
If u already have a black guitar get the plum. Havin all black guitars can be boring.


ahh i have mostly red guitars. my tiny acoustic is blue. so... ahhh.
Gibson SG Standard + 18volt EMG-81 & 85
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
Vox V847a
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#6
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transp blue

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Tht or plum.....
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#7
Between those two, plum burst. More unique.

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#8
Neither...

Read the specs
Lyrachord composite super-shallow bowl back
High-pressure laminate spruce top with quintad bracing
Mahogany neck
Bound rosewood fretboard
Walnut string-thru pegless bridge with compensated nut
Gold, sealed Ovation high-ratio tuners
Under-bridge piezo pickup
OP-30 preamp with graphic EQ
Built-in tuner
5-piece epaulettes
5-ply body binding
Diamond-and-dot mother-of-pearl fretboard inlays
25-1/4" scale
1-5/8" nut width
#9
Black to bland and Only Johnny Cash could pullit off right go with Plum Burst
#10
man, i've always wanted one of those, however i have shallow pockets, boo for financial insecurity

personally, i'd go with the ruby redburst or the green, but between the two you said, plum all the way man black is....well, boring
#11
Quote by Bill43
Neither...

Read the specs
Lyrachord composite super-shallow bowl back
High-pressure laminate spruce top with quintad bracing
Mahogany neck
Bound rosewood fretboard
Walnut string-thru pegless bridge with compensated nut
Gold, sealed Ovation high-ratio tuners
Under-bridge piezo pickup
OP-30 preamp with graphic EQ
Built-in tuner
5-piece epaulettes
5-ply body binding
Diamond-and-dot mother-of-pearl fretboard inlays
25-1/4" scale
1-5/8" nut width



Haha, thats the first thing I checked for too.

If you're gigging, and you want a guitar that looks and sounds good in that price range,I would check out the Seagull S6+ Quantum, the Alvarez AD60SC, and the Washburn D10SCE.

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Partscaster/Tele into a bunch of pedals, a Maz 18 head, and a Z Best cab.
#14
ehh ovations me no like, but get black
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