#1
I have an Epiphone Dot Deluxe (vintage sunburst and I've been meaning to sell it off and buy myself an Epiphone Es-175 to replace it but seeing as I play it all the time, I was wondering if anyone knew if it would make a substantial difference as to tone and playability...

I play jazz...lol, of course, with the discussion of archtop guitars.

My LP is lonely nowadays :[
Gonna break her out with some crazy practice this weekend though :]

Anyhow, sell and buy a slightly more expensive guitar or just keep and save up for...uhm...an amp?
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-Gibson Les Paul Custom -
-Random acoustic guitar that's 36 years old -
-Epiphone Dot Deluxe -
-Gibson Les Paul Studio -
-Epiphone PR200E -
#2
Oh yes, bump in hope of replies from the experienced.
Quote by burrit0
Pshh, Christians rebel against evil.


-Gibson Les Paul Custom -
-Random acoustic guitar that's 36 years old -
-Epiphone Dot Deluxe -
-Gibson Les Paul Studio -
-Epiphone PR200E -
#3
The Epi dot and the Es-175 are very similar. I would reccomend getting a new amp.
"Blues is easy to play, but hard to feel."- Jimi Hendrix
#4
i can hear your Les Paul Custom screaming for a new amp from across the United Sates
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