#1
Hey

I was looken at buying the LTD EC-400 AT. Its like 750 canadian at the music store near where i live. Anyways the other day i saw the Richwood les paul black beuty and i fell in love with it. thing is its half the guitar that the LTD is and the LTD is in the price range i want and the Rickwood is barely better than the guitar i have now. Does anyone have anything to say about these two guitars or does anyone know any other good les paul knock offs in that ebony style

thanks
#2
look for a more expensive rickwood then. or do they just do cheapies?
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#4
if your looking for a good els paul knock off go with a dillion...i got one and its amazing...750 $ well spent IMO
i got the DL 625 i dont believe they make them anymore...having to do with a lwasuit from gibson or sumthing
but take a look at some of the other models
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#5
the EC400 AT is actually one of the closest copies ive ever played to a real gibson, it almost has the sound, and for $600 its not really a wallet breaker
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#6
^ the finishes are so boring though...they should do something with a quilt maple top, and matching headstock. thatd be so sweet...
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#7
they are plain i agree, but if they did do something lavish it would be at the price range of the 1000 series
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#8
i recommend the ec400 for you man. we have one at our school so ive played with it quite a bit, and for the money its a solid guitar.

and about the richwood, you just answered yourself: you said its hardly better than your current guitar. not much idea in buying a guitar thats not even better than your current guitar.

unless, ofcourse if the new guitar is totally different than your current guitar but evidently it isnt. still id get the ltd