#1
I'm planning on getting a Epiphone Sg Vintage for $300, is that a good guitar for $300? If tyou don't think so, please recommend me one. I play classic rock, AC/DC and such.I'm lookin for around a 300 dollar guitar. I don't like Ibanez's either,I played my friends, I didnt really like it.
#2
YES..i own a gibson sg faded special
best guitar ive ever played HIGHLY suggest it
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#3
is it the g-400? if so then good deal
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i have an epi sg and i love it
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YES..i own a gibson sg faded special
best guitar ive ever played HIGHLY suggest it


Because he's totally talking about a gibson? Read his post!


TS, the g-400's are really nice, I've played many, and the vintage one is the same just with a thin finish.

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YES..i own a gibson sg faded special
best guitar ive ever played HIGHLY suggest it


Epi and gibson have major quality differences.
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#8
Two things...
-Don't base your opinion of a brand off of one guitar
-Make sure you play the guitar to see if YOU like it. Play a bunch of different ones (you may even like some Ibanez.
#9
A Gibson is better than an Epiphone, but for $300 thats still a good deal (thats £150 - £170 right?)
#10
Get it, my friend has a black eppi sg, its almost as good as my eppi les paul custom.
#11
lol people have such biased opions depending on the gear they own... it's like a chevy vs. ford thing.. funny
#12
i highly suggest the g-400 over the g-300, they are completley different, and the g-400 isnt that much more. Its a decent starter guitar.
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#13
The G-400's are great guitars, i've played a few in the stores. Great feel and a pretty good tone, anywho yeah it's a good guitar and you'll save some money with the vintage cause of the finish but it's the same as the standard G-400.

Of course I reccomend playing it first.
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i highly suggest the g-400 over the g-300, they are completley different, and the g-400 isnt that much more. Its a decent starter guitar.

There is no g-300. There's a g310, but he wasn't considering that anyway.
#15
actually the vintage is better because it has gibson 57' p-ups but i have an epi sg maestro and love it