#2
pics or it didnt happen
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#5
What does BFG stand for....Butt Fugly Gibson?
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#8
The finish is shit IMO, but really it's pretty innovative. P90 for cleans and a high-output Burstbucker make it a damn versatile LP.

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#10
I love the cavity covers . And is the "BFG" a reference to the game Quake?
#11
Nice! The thing I like about those the best is that you do not have to worry about messing up the paint job. When I got mine I was so worried about scratches. But with yours you get the tone without the worries. Let me know how it sounds!
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#13
Sounds ok, looks terrible though. Sound is whats important though!
#14
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I love the cavity covers . And is the "BFG" a reference to the game Quake?

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#15
Here's the pic's. Im impressed with it but it doesnt really do it for me. Every guitar I buy always get's compared to my custom and never lives up to it. Gonna get rid and get a Strat I think.




#16
Why'd you buy it?
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#17
So basically it's an LP that they forgot to finish
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#18
Yea, why'd you buy it if you don't like it?
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#20
I bet it sounds amazing but there's something off with it in general...

I'd love one with a P90 in the bridge and a bucker in the neck. But I digress.
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#21
It does sound good, yeah. The chambered body gives it loads of volume and sustain. Feeds back really nicely. To be honesy, the P90 is quite overpowering compared to the humbucker.
#23
Everytime I look at this guitar I always think the designers like Muse... P90 + High output HB, killswitch and "badly finished" look. Sounds like a Silver Manson to me, except for looking ugly and those aweful pots.
#25
Sorry you are getting rid of it so soon. You shouldn't compare it to your other, because this is a different animal entirely. I personally like the fact that it looks so ragged. Would be good for doing shows because you could abuse the hell out of it without fear of damaging it. I hated them when I first saw them, but thinking about the possibillities made me change my mind. Maybe you should think about it more before you decide to sell it.
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#26
Wel, its gone. I know I shouldnt compare it to my other Les Paul but its kinds hard not to. What I really want is a nice strat but its not really gonna be any use to me in a live environment with the stuff we play. Tried a few but decided im gonna bige my time and find a Peavey Wolfgang standard, stick some emg's in it, an 81 at the bridge and an 89 in the neck with a coil tap.
Cant find one at the minute, Just gonna bide my time.