#2
ESP, Fender
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#3
Its between ibanez and gibson if price is not a concern. Or between ibanez and esp if value is what you are after.
#5
ibanez and......umm both

coz ESP stands for EvilSexPedophiles..and it's true..although the japanese ESP sections such as edwards guitars are cool
#6
fender > gibson imo....
i'd take an esp over ibanez too...
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#7
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ibanez and......umm both

coz ESP stands for EvilSexPedophiles..and it's true..although the japanese ESP sections such as edwards guitars are cool


OH LOLOLLOOLOL YOU'RE SO CLEVER LOLOLOLOL

I prefer ESP, and if I really had to choose, Gibson.
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#8
another apples vs. oranges thread?
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#9
esp because im every ibanez ive palyed sounded bad, and esps have more than two body types, as for the other one im more partial to gibson even tho fender do make guitars that guitar some interesting tones
#14
Ibanez and i dont think gibson and fender are really comparable, i would say fender just cause i havent played too many gibsons
#16
Gibson and Fender kick ass.
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