#1
Hello, is there a brand/type of Guitar that has ES335 like necks? Can't afford a ES335 right now but have played a mates and it rocks.
#3
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Epiphone?


Epiphone what?, have you played both?
#5
I played an Epiphone 335, and quite frankly it was beautiful. I haven't tried the Gibson, but it was of a high quality.
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#6
the epiphone, isnt a bad guitar, my friend uses one, and hes a professional, plays gigs every night, hes actually making a name for himself, and i think if he uses that epiphone, thats saying something...

although there seem to be a lot of people on this site, with rediculously high standards, so expect to hear some pretty disheartening S H I T....
#7
Never played an Epiphone 335 (nor a Gibson one), and I haven't got very much experience with semi-hollow guitars in general unfortunately. I played a really lovely Ibanez semi-hollow recently. I forget what model. It would have been one of their 'Artcore' range, I would think. Have a look into Ibanez, and Yamaha. And of course, Epiphone. But if you want to be a little unique- Ibanez, Yamaha, etc.
#8
Epiphone Dot Studio's have the same neck I think... There pretty sweet aswell
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#9
Epiphone 335 is stunning, a mate of mine has one and its grrrrrreat!!!
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#10
Most Semi-hollows have similar necks, though the exact shape of the neck will vary from guitar to guitar.

Sheraton, Dot, or Artcore for you.
#11
the epiphone sounds nice

but if can just be more patient...save up for the gibson
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#13
I think the Sheraton looks better than the Dot. They have the same body shape, but it's the inlays in the Dot ruin it for me!

GET THE SHERATON NOW!
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