#1
I believe that for a couple of songs on stage it would work because I did on a small set. But for a longer set, would the Epi. Les Paul Spec. II Stage worthy?
#3
If the pickups are decent enough and it's going through a good enough amp, then yeah.
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#4
only one way to find out.
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#5
Depends on your amp and your playing, I've seen bands playing with squier affinities, and they still kicked ass.
#6
If you've got a good amp and good pickups, then yeah, it'll hold up just about. If any of your gear is merely average or sub-par though, the instrument's cheaper construction and simplicity will show up horribly.
#7
Of course, why would it be able to do a small set and not a long one, do you think it'll run out of breath or something?
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#8
Quote by I_Am_Iron_Man
Of course, why would it be able to do a small set and not a long one, do you think it'll run out of breath or something?



That's hilarious.
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