#2
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#3
I hate Gibson guitars with dot inlays :/
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#4
sweet...

does it work for soloing as well?
my experience of explorers is that they work great for rythm playing but don't really does the soloing to 100% but thats just me any other opinions?
#5
Ewwwwwwww!!!!

That's horrible.

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#7
very expensive. a little boring. dot inlays make it look SOOOOO cheap. meh..
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#8
I just love that it has the toggle switch in the right place and has no scratchplate (a nice change). Either way it's a masterpiece in my eyes, i've always wanted them to reproduce the 84 (although i don't think the original 84 had EMG's, i'd change them to them anyway). It's ashame there only makeing 400
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#10
meh....i dont hate it......umm......idk, id have to agree with tasty, a little boring
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#11
I hate dot inlays in general.....haha
But nice EMG's, anyway

I dunno, as far as looks go, it's not all that impressive, IMO
I can't say about the sound...Cause I've only played maybe 3 gibsons in total before, all with the usual gibby P-ups
So......


There's my $.02
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#12
Quote by guitaringsailor
sweet...

does it work for soloing as well?
my experience of explorers is that they work great for rythm playing but don't really does the soloing to 100% but thats just me any other opinions?


I'm assuming you get that opinion from Gibsons typical "chunky" neck and the fact that lead players rarely use explorers right?
Well I'm assuming people with chunkier hands or people who prefer the larger necks would be fine playing leads on a Gibson Explorer.
I'd play leads on a Gibson Explorer but I have many many other guitars I prioritise
#13
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meh....i dont hate it......umm......idk, id have to agree with tasty, a little boring

what he said. Doesn't mean I wouldn't take it, but doesn't wow me.
#14
I have to agree with the TS about the good looks of this guitar. I'm not a fan of EMGs, but other than that I think it's pretty awesome.
#18
If Gibson was smart they would of copied the looks of the Jackson DK2M, except with trapezoid inlays. As it is it just looks plain and kind of cheap.
#19
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I hate Gibson guitars with dot inlays :/



your not the only one


in fact, i dislike 85% of guitars with dot inlays
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#20
Hey Gibson! James Hetfield called, he wants his guitar back.


seriously though, that guitar is awesome.
#21
Quote by guitaringsailor
sweet...

does it work for soloing as well?
my experience of explorers is that they work great for rythm playing but don't really does the soloing to 100% but thats just me any other opinions?

freebird?