#2
there great, if u don't want a heavy les paul get it, its amazing
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#4
there pretty good i use one for gigging and nothing bad has happend in the year that ive had it.
#5
i have a special and i love the actions great and detunes well but theres only 22 frets....
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#7
G-400 is a really nice guitar, even better with a Pup change. Anything below that is probally going to bite balls like Epi's other lowend guitars.
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#8
If you want an epi sg, I suggest the iommi signature, its awesome and you won't have to change the pups, because they are really awesome.
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#9
Epi G-400 or nothing/


Epi LP studio (standard if you want the looks, but costs more and not worth it) or nothing

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#10
they sort of suck, unless you pay 250 bucks for one, get a used gibson for about the same on ebay.
#11
Epi G-400 Standard, Great guitars Easy to play, Great fret access, All around great guitars, But could use pup change,

Epi G-400 Custom (Triple pickup), Beautiful Guitars, But the third pickup Doesn't do much for the sound,

Epi G-400 Tony Iommi, Great guitar, 24 frets, Great pickups, But the strap button is in a weird place,

Epi SG Spacial, *Clears throat* , not saying there bad guitars (for those of you who have them) But you could do better,
#13
Its a decent guitar. The action on mine is quite good and I like the sound. The only band thing is the wood it is made out of is kinda flimsy.
Guitars
Agile 3100 CSB
ESP MH400 w/ Trem-Setter
Epi G-310
Applause Acoustic

Amps
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#14
im not a huge fan of my g-310 the way it came out shocked me i thought that they would of had done a half decent job with the glue still left on fretboard ****ing stupid oh well converting it to fretless anyway so cant complain
#16
Well what's your price range? They're good for the price, yeah, but if their at the low end of your price range you might as well go for something a little better.
Feel free to ignore my ranting.

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