#1
I have an Epiphone Les Paul Studio Gothic which I'm planning to put EMG 81/60 on it soon. I was thinking....If in the future I have the money to purchase a Gibson Les Paul (God willing), will it sound exactly like the Epi with the 81/60 if I put another EMG 81/60 on the gibson? Sorry if this sounds like a n00bish question
#3
Come on don't be shy

Oh yeah people have been saying that these pickups won't do much unless it is played through a tube amp. I have a tube amp modeller in my multi-fx pedal, so will this work?
#4
What it means is that there is no pint in having an emg unless u have a tube amp becuse tube amps distort more, the more signal u put into them. So unless ur modler has real tube dynamics then there is little or no point.

Oh and don't bloody triple-post!
EH


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#5
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Oh and don't bloody triple-post!

Get farked ****dick, nobody replied, and the guy wanted an answer. It's not like it's a big deal, anyway? What is your actual beef with it?
#6
Just 'cos i said u were an idiot! Besides wtf is YOUR problem with me saying that?
EH


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#7
Hey hey I appreciate the input you guys, but please let's keep this thread friendly
#8
Why the hell would you do that? If you're gonna get a Gibson don't buy new EMGs that you already have. Rip them out of the Epi and put them in the Gibson. **** ALL OF YOU. Just wanted to add to the anger.
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#9
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Why the hell would you do that? If you're gonna get a Gibson don't buy new EMGs that you already have. Rip them out of the Epi and put them in the Gibson. **** ALL OF YOU. Just wanted to add to the anger.


So basically, they both sound the same with it right?