#1
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Last edited by TeXaS_db at Sep 19, 2007,
#2
I think it's a great idea, a smaller version of an already great guitar? Seems like it'll suit many people

But it's only at selected dealers, so i severley doubt i'll get a play of one
#3
looks cool. but its alot less 335, and alot more Les Paul or a solidbody. Id get a Regular 335 or an Ibanez Artcore. Cheap guitars in a good way. much less than a Gibson, but with a pickup swap, could be great.
#4
gibson on ug again.......................................
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#5
On one hand it looks like a good idea, on the other I never have any trouble playing my Epiphone 335 copy, eventhough I'm used to Ibanez style guitars, so I'm not sure how necessary this is... It really does look nice though (considering I'm generally an anti-Gibson) person).
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#6
I think it looks ugly personally. It won't be the same tonally, and it looks out of proportion.
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#7
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I think it looks ugly personally. It won't be the same tonally, and it looks out of proportion.


I get what you're saying, but I don't think you should regard it as a small 335, if you view as a different guitar it's not so bad.
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