#1
what do u think about the epiphone zakk wylde buzz saw. can it play clean, rock, classic rock, metal (like everything)
#2
It's basically an Epiphone Les Paul Custom with a buzzsaw paintjob and crappy EMG-HZ pickups. If you really dig the paint job then get it and immediately change the pickups. If you can do without the paintjob just get another Les Paul Custom.
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#3
^it also has a, unfinished maple neck, so if he likes that, then more reason to get the ZW custom.
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#5
i just seen it in a store and was amazed with the paint but sound befor looks with that money. lol
#7
dont like that sound does n e one have any other lp ideas around that price it need to play pretty well n e thing
#8
I played one in the shop and frankly, was hugely dissapointed. Not worth the money at all.
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Quote by tubadude
^it also has a, unfinished maple neck, so if he likes that, then more reason to get the ZW custom.


Thanks, I totally forgot about that. I think that's the biggest advantage in the Zakk Wylde guitars, that unfinished maple neck. What I wouldn't give to have one in my Les Paul...
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