#2
Dean I think, but VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY different guitars...
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#3
Epiphone Plain Top but it would do with a pickup change
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#4
For what kind of music? From what I've heard Dean are just metal and nothing else.
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#5
the dean looks so nice and is lite. ive played both. they seem to have the same fingering capabilities but i play hard rock thinking the dean would be a much better tool for rocking. heavy distortion.
#6
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#7
I think the Dean will probably have better playability and will sound better with distortion and the epi will have better cleans and increased sustain.
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#8
Are you talking about Epiphone LP Special II vs. Dean Evo Tevo?
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#9
i have also heard the dean is just metal but i play heavy distortion rock. i would be just a certain that the lp would hold it's own and allow me to move in other guitar genres more easily . agreed?
#10
The Epi Special II is sh*t. It's all muddy. The Tevo is somehow a little Vintage-sounding. Not as fat as a LP, but not thin. It's suitable for every style. I played one and it was so much better than the Special II.
#11
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The Epi Special II is sh*t. It's all muddy. The Tevo is somehow a little Vintage-sounding. Not as fat as a LP, but not thin. It's suitable for every style. I played one and it was so much better than the Special II.

He wants a plain top-not a special II. If your a metal man, then dean,otherwise epi.
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