#3
ok i have played that elitist, but the studio is very nice guitar. plays very nice.

but you rly gotta try them both out and see what you think. personally id go with the gibson if you can try it out, ive heard their quality control can be teh suck, but if you find one tahts good, you have a very high quality instrument that will last forever

thats why im getting an american strat
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#5
^exactly

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#6
Quote by aaron00lee
so basicly i should just play them and see which i like...equal quality?


Pretty much. For what its worth, I think the Studios are extremely hit or miss when it comes to feel and tone. The Epiphone Elitist are much more consistent in my exprience.
#7
Quote by CJRocker
Pretty much. For what its worth, I think the Studios are extremely hit or miss when it comes to feel and tone. The Epiphone Elitist are much more consistent in my exprience.


ah ok cool, i thot that this was the case, well the studio i played was at a gibson factory sooooooo............
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