#2
sweet, sweet finish mate!
My Rig:

+Epiphone AJ100 acoustic
+Fender 60th. Anniversary Stratocaster
+Vox AD30VT
+Vox V847a Wah


look all i wanted was for someone to give me advice on what to do not to slag me off ok

Want advice? Suck yourself off.
#8
Standards are pretty decent for their price range. As long as an Epiphone is at least $500, it will be a very nice reliable guitar.
#9
sweet choice. and the burstbuckers your wanting to buy sound really really nice. albeit a lttle overpriced. nice choice man!!
#11
what things that are sweet arent overpriced.. lol

to me, its all about, when the money has come and gone, long ago, will i still dig what i bought with it

that thing looks like a LP with black fur on it... yum

already got a name for her.. my panther LP
#13
Quote by dustyboy316
r u gonna replace tuners too then?


yep, sucks, but it will be a beauty
#14
damn thats a nice finish. I've never seen that before, beautiful. a nice ebony board on that would look amazing though, but I love ebony on everything, except my cream coloured fender with maple fretboard....again, nice guitar dude.
#15
Quote by nauc
yep, sucks, but it will be a beauty


Haha yah that's a hassle for sure. Oh well it will def be worth it if you don't like the gold.
#16
Quote by Twisted Magnum
I dont really like the Ultra II though. The Nanomag is a huge turnoff.
Why? It means you can get good archtop tones out of it (since the Ultra and Ultra-II are essentially semi-hollowbody), you can almost get full acoustic tones, or you can just turn it off or just use it as an on-board equaliser...
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#17
Quote by dustyboy316
Haha yah that's a hassle for sure. Oh well it will def be worth it if you don't like the gold.


dont get me wrong, i love gold on guitars... when theyre new

but when it starts to wear off, it looks like pew.. imo