#1
i was thinking of getting one due to the fact its my two favourite things combined slash and les paul and not for a too bad price
is it really worth it tho?
i play alot of rock and classic rock and was wondering if its a good guitar and value for money
thanks
#2
trust me, you'll get over Slash, and you'll get over Les Pauls in about half a year. Then you'll think... what a waste.
#3
Quote by Guitar Sushi
trust me, you'll get over Slash, and you'll get over Les Pauls in about half a year. Then you'll think... what a waste.


+1
#4
On a more constructive note than teh guys above me.

What amp do you have?

Cos if its a solid state, your gonna sound like ass with alnicos.
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#5
Quote by Guitar Sushi
trust me, you'll get over Slash, and you'll get over Les Pauls in about half a year. Then you'll think... what a waste.

I can understand the Slash things, but getting over Les Pauls? I'm still in love with mine, and I've had it like, over a year and a half!


Oh well. You may aswell get a Standard or something, and change the pickups. It would be a hell of a lot cheaper.
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#6
yeah, alnicos and a ss amp, it is really shite
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