Yeah i know threads like this are common but maybe some one ca help. i have the finances to get a $400 guitar problem is i've narrowed it down to three.(links below) I mostly play classic rock and im pretty damn not so bad.

1967 Epiphone Flying V

Epiphone Limited Edition 1966 g-400

Epiphone Firebird Studio

thanks in advance cheers
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the reviews on that site are so unrealistic...

i'd probably go with the V out of those choices

edit: poll would probably be a good idea
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the SG

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epi V, but id go to guitar center and give it a test drive first
dammit all! three posts and they all choose differently i need more opinions!
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the SG. Though that Firebird is looking quite tempting...


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Go for the black V but generally I like to play them first. I went to the store with every intention of getting a flying V yet I came home with a Hamer Scarab and I'm extremely happy for 250 dollars less.
yeah i know to try them out but i dont know if guitarcenter has an epiphone firebird. i checked their site but i got nothing
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For classic rock?


all around


for metal/hard rock

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The Epi Firebird...Firebirds always have a unique sound to them...and they look cool too...
get teh firebird, nobody has those, they need a comeback
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