#1
I've read alot of Reviews of the Gibson Les Paul Studio edition and I was wondering for it's semi-high price is it that much better than the Epiphone version of it?
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You're probably going to get responses from both extremes: Gibsons are overpriced crap and you should get the Epiphone, or Gibsons are always superior to Epiphones and you should only get the Gibson.

Really you just need to play both and see for yourself, because very often it will come down to individual guitars.
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You're probably going to get responses from both extremes: Gibsons are overpriced crap and you should get the Epiphone, or Gibsons are always superior to Epiphones and you should only get the Gibson.

Really you just need to play both and see for yourself, because very often it will come down to individual guitars.


I agree with this. It really is a thrashed subject on the forum and you will only truly find out when you play both guitars for yourself.

Personally I am extremely happy with my Studio and feel it is a great guitar for the money. It is not a "value for money" guitar like the Epiphone is, but if money is not an issue just make the decision based upon the guitar you prefer.
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