#2
It was a better deal when it was $500.

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#3
looks like an ok deal to me
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this is UG
of course they're going to say
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but yeah its fine
#4
epiphones have been known to let me down dude just save up and get a fcking gibson or just buy the new sg with emgs
they cost a lot for a reason the fact that sound is cleaner and it doesnt sound liek a dead cat trying to walk
#5
If you could haggle down (Don't know if they'd be having any of that, though) it would be worth it, I suppose, especially with the EMGs. Go for it.
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#6
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they cost a lot for a reason the fact that sound is cleaner and it doesnt sound liek a dead cat trying to walk


The main reason they cost so much is the 6 letter word on the headstock.
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#7
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The main reason they cost so much is the 6 letter word on the headstock.


+ 1000.
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#8
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The main reason they cost so much is the 6 letter word on the headstock.


Mhm. They might have been good a few years ago, but modern day Gibsons dissapoint me big time. Definitely not worth the money. Most Epi's have much better quality/price ratios.
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