#1
i dont want links to other sites or guitars, because when ive asked thats all ive been told.

simply a guitar that boasts:

Vintage V99- Black

Body: Eastern Poplar
Neck: Maple – Bolt On
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Scale: 24.75"/ 628mm
Frets: 22
Neck Inlays: Pearloid Crown
Tuners: Wilkinson® WJ44
Bridge: Tune-O-Matic
Pickups: Wilkinson® Double Coil x 2 (N)MWVC
(B)MWVC
Hardware: Chrome
Controls: 2 x Volume/ 2 x Tone/ 3-Way Toggle


http://www.musicfactoryukltd.com/index.php?cat=V99_Series&ActinicSID=fcaeb3c7e32f4891cedc7eccc24820bc

is it good or bad?
I appreciate anyone who answered previously but Im still confused to whether this guitar is good or s***

thankyou
..I play rock and punk.
#2
looks nice and the price is nice
trust me, you are a bloody idiot

i'll pwn u with my steel scratchplate!!!!
#3
but what about all the jargon it says, is that a good guitar?
Personally i havent got a clue whats good or bad and whats desirable in a guitar

#4
I'm not exactly sure, but I'd have to say it's bad. It looks like it's trying to be a cheap Epiphone. And calling itself "Vintage" doesn't mean anything. Most likely a new guitar company.

I'd probably be safe and just get an Epiphone. But I don't have experience with this place so I can't so for sure.
#5
oh, i thought 'vintage' was the make :S

and i see what you mean, they look very similar
#7
I would stay away from those. Like what was already suggested check out an Epiphone or Agile.
#8
cheers

they all look the same to me, :]
and the cheaper the better ..
so long as they have a good sound
#9
Quote by nornies
i dont want links to other sites or guitars, because when ive asked thats all ive been told.

simply a guitar that boasts:
...
is it good or bad?
...
..I play rock and punk.


How does it sound ?
#10
Vintage are a decent brand for a first guitar, but I'd avoid a bolt-on Les Paul like the plague. LPs should have a set neck.