#1
I got an Epiphone SG, and the pickups sound alittle hot. Sorta like it has alittle reverb to it i guess thats how to describe it. I was wondering if anyone knew how to solve this problem. Thank A Million.
#2
You can tell me how much you paid for it and what you do and dont love about it, because I was thinking about buying one.
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#3
is it a epi g-400, g-310, g-400 custom, g-400 vintage, g-400 deluxe?
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#4
its a G-400 and i paid 350 for it... the one i was playing sounded amazing but the bastard gave me one in a box without me realizing it. :/
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its a G-400 and i paid 350 for it... the one i was playing sounded amazing but the bastard gave me one in a box without me realizing it. :/


Guitar with reverb , im thinking its your amp.

What amp did you test it with and what are you playing it through at home?

Major sound difference?
#6
What amp did you test it with and what are you playing it through at home?


Exactly the same thought crossed my mind!

And you should be happy you got a new guitar in a box, rather than the display model that's had god knows how many grubby fingers all over it.
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#7
haha thnk god! i played it on a marshall at the shop but at home... you dont wanna know lmao. Just a little 35w Crate. i was hoping it was just my amp. (: im sorta new with the tech aspect of guitars. speaking of amps... i need a new one. i just recently joined a band and im lookin for a nice amp for a far price.


sorry for my stupid question. rotfl
#8
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Exactly the same thought crossed my mind!

And you should be happy you got a new guitar in a box, rather than the display model that's had god knows how many grubby fingers all over it.



HAHAHA yeah true... i didnt think of it that way. the last time i bought a guitar from there i kinda got screwed. so yeah.
#9
Yea it's most likely the amp. you're playing a solid state which will never do any guitar justice. But just to be sure, you could take the guitar to a tech or adjust the pickup height some. If the p-ups are too close to the strings then they can sound shrilling, reverby, or have feedback.
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#11
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"Hot" refers to the output of the pickups and has nothing to do with reverb.


i know that... i was referring to how it sounded. like not an actual reverb to it.


anyways, thank for the help from the ppl that did. its greatly appriecated.