#1
There's a brand new Epi. LP Custom in Heritage Cherry for sale in my area for $340. Looks like it was just taken out of the store. They are $650 new. I like the guitar a lot -- but I already have a Gibson Studio and an Epi. LP Gold Top. Would you do it? How many Les Pauls does a bedroom jammer need...?
#3
wait for a nice PRS or Maton guitar
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#4
if u have a gibson, screw the epi
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#6
If you like the guitar, go for it.
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#7
Uhhh...

NOOOO DONT BUY IT!
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#8
I don't see the point if you already have two LPs. Unless your playing and making money how many do you REALLY need?
#9
Nothing to lose.

If you like it, then keep it. If you don't, there's probably some sucker on eBay that'll buy it for $400.

But, yeah, three LPs really is a little much.

Maybe it'd be worth looking at some other guitars to see what else you like.
#10
Just buy it and sell it for more than you paid.

I'm sure you could get a nice profit.
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#11
Don't bother getting it if you already have 2 Gibsons. Save up for something REALLY nice.
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#12
youll contract AIDS upon purchase
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#13
if you like this epi more than your current epi, sell the one you own and buy this one. if not, don't buy. all your life you will find guitars in shops that you love and think are awesome, but that does not mean you need to buy them. simply enjoy them for what they are: great guitars.
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#15
is there anything about your current guitars that is making you need another one?
#16
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is there anything about your current guitars that is making you need another one?


Not really. I like the looks of my Gold Top, but don't play it much because the hum/buzz is so annoying. I like the sound of my Studio but I think it looks ugly, even though it's mint. But nobody really sees them except me anyway.
#17
Well, I love Les Pauls, I recenty got my (Tokai thought...) Restringed for drop C... Sounds... heavy. Quite versitle guitars.

No problem with having too much guitars anyway.

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#18
If you like it and have the money, then just buy it man. You can always sell it for more! If it's brand new, then you're perfectly fine in selling it on Ebay as a new guitar. You're not lying and you'll get more money back for it.
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#19
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Not really. I like the looks of my Gold Top, but don't play it much because the hum/buzz is so annoying. I like the sound of my Studio but I think it looks ugly, even though it's mint. But nobody really sees them except me anyway.


Then just save your money for things you need more. Like gas.
#20
Contrary to the majority of people say, buy it. Sell the other 2, then buy another guitar that's not a Les Paul. Simple. Use Craigslist or eBay.
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#21
For that money, you could improve the pickups on your other two.
just a thought...
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#22
Well, I went and gave the guitar another test run and decided not to buy it. I liked it, but the whole thing was fishy. It had all the gold replaced with chrome, and nice aftermarket tuners, but the words "Rhythm" and "Treble" were almost completely worn off the pickup selector, which was weird. Not to mention the action was freakishly high... like so high I could barely play it. He said he just bought it and never played it... so why's he selling it for half price?

Any way, my guitars are fine... I'd rather save up for a nice PRS. I was so proud of myself for holding off, that I stopped at Guitar Center and bought a Boss TU-2.
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#23
One thing you must know in life.


YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TO MANY GUITARS.
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