Swede Review

manufacturer: Hagstrom date: 08/22/2016 category: Electric Guitars
Hagstrom: Swede
The Swede electric guitar is one of their most cherished models, reborn with a mahogany body, carved mahogany top, set mahogany neck, bound Resinator fretboard, and 2 Hagstrom Custom '58 humbuckers for the classic tone that made Hagstrom famous.
 Sound: 8.8
 Overall Impression: 8.8
 Reliability & Durability: 9.2
 Action, Fit & Finish: 8
 Features: 9
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overall: 10
Swede Reviewed by: Brendan.Clace, on september 24, 2007
7 of 8 people found this review helpful

Price paid: $ 552.992

Purchased from: Oshtugon Computers, Inc.

Features: This guitar was made in 2007 (probably in China, but unsure, as it doesn't have a "Made in China" sticker on it). This is a 22-fret 24.75" scale with jumbo frets on a Hagstrom Resinator fretboard, ebony of course. The body is 45mm and made of solid mahogany. The neck is a flush set mahogony neck, with a 10mm carved mahogony top. Probably the most comfortable guitar I have ever played. The finish is like none I've ever seen. Well, I have, but only on PRS and Les Paul's. It is a transparent wild cherry finish with all chrome hardware. The ebony coloured fretboard really makes this axe stand out. The body is similar to a Les Paul, as was the original idea of this guitar. The bridge is a Long Travel Tune-O-Matic with a Hagstrom Stop Tail Piece and 6 Individual Brass String Blocks. It feels really great when palm muting, and is very out of the way when playing normally. It comes Standard with a 3-way pickup selector as well as a nifty little Switch that is called a "tone-filter toggle" It makes the clean sound asbsolutely amazing, and gives the distortion a little more brightness. This guitar has hot pickups. The custom 58' huumbuckers sound amazing. They resonate incredibly. For soloing, it sings, and for crunchy rhythm it stays true. Tuners are non-locking custom Hagstrom tuners, but I've never had this go out of tune. Even playing song after song, the tuning stays tight. Comes Standard with a Hagstrom "hag case". It's a hardshell case that looks like it was made from my grandma's drapes, but, I like the interior. It is a solidly built case, but unfortunately, I cannot get it in any other colours. Other than that, this is probably the nicest guitar I've played. // 10

Sound: I play southern metal, with a blend of heavy rock. This guitar goes from heavy, to heavier, and then to straight out clean. Probably the best clean sound I've heard. I run this through my Line 6 PODXT Live, through a 2X12 and it sounds amazing. Through the boogie, this sounds like heaven. Sounds better, actually, than my B.C Rich warlock. I could not believe it a first either. I asked my other guitar player to try it out, and he said it sounds just like, if not better, than a Les Paul. Never noisy, with a full, rich sound. this guitar can make any noise I want it to. All of my harmonics sound pure, all of my tapping sounds great, it really can pick up any sound. // 10

Action, Fit & Finish: The guitar was flawless when I got it. The action was perfect and the neck was set amazingly. Everything on this guitar when I opened it, was perfect. I have no complaints here at all. Action was perfect, pickups were awesome. It really sounds too good to be true, but it's not. // 10

Reliability & Durability: This guitar will take slips trips and falls to a whole new level. It can withstand touring the world, and come back still in tune. The hardware is solid, the strap buttons are solid, and I can depend on this to the end of the world. The finish does seem thin, but not easy to wear off. Haven't stopped playing it since I got it, even the pickguard doesnt't have scratches yet. Best guitar made ever. // 10

Overall Impression: When I first got this guitar into the store, I opened it and instantly fell in love. However, I was worried that it would not match my sound, or compare in any way to my old guitar. I have been playing for 3 years and own enough gear to get me by. If this guitar was stolen, I would cry, and then buy another one. I love everything about this guitar, but most of all, love the weight and feel of it. Yes, it's heavy, but hell is it comfortable. Like I said, I compared this to my B.C. Rich, and it sounds better. I chose this because of the sound, and because of the tone. You can't possibly imagine, until playing it for real. I do not wish anything of this guitar, except that I had the money for more of them. This guitar is amazing. Enough said. If you haven't played it yet, you should. You won't be disappointed (unless you play it out of a crappy amp or something). // 10

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overall: 9
Swede Reviewed by: Cedar redaC, on june 16, 2011
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Price paid: $ 200

Purchased from: Cowtown Guitars

Features: White, single cutaway, made in china. Twenty two frets, mahogany body, mahogany top, mahogany neck, Hagstrom's exclusive "Resinator" fretboard, which is something like ebony. The Swede also has a second three way Switch called a tone filter. In the up position, the sound is mellower and fatter. In the down position, the bass is boosted slightly. Hagstrom Custom tuners (non-locking, but stays in tune forever). Hagstrom's Custom 58 pickups (nice, vintage-y tone, but I replaced them with a DiMarzio Paf Joe and a EVO 2). With the pickups, I also installed Seymour Duncan triple shots for coil splitting. The Bridge is a tune-o-matic style Bridge and the stop tail piece has six individual brass string blocks. I also added a DiMarzio Cliplock strap because the old strap buttons weren't cutting it. After those upgrades, this guitar really shines. Later bought a case. // 9

Sound: I try to play a variety of music, from blues and hard rock, to attempting vai and satriani stuff. This guitar covers it all, between pickups and the tone filter, you can get pretty much any sound. I'm playing through a Vox Big Bad Wah, and a Vox Satchurator into a Fender Super Champ XD, tone is both dark and open. With the new pickups and coil splits, any sound is possible. Stock pickups sound fantastic, just not what I was looking for. // 9

Action, Fit & Finish: when I bought this guitar, It felt great, the action can be super low due to the very flat fretboard. The neck is thinner than a les paul's but not too thin. It fits in my hand perfectly. The finish and binding are great. I had to have the guitar checked out by a local professional to smooth out some frets that had gotten buzzy (when I got it, it was heavily used). // 8

Reliability & Durability: This guitar has been in a few shows, and sounds great. The hardware is great and the tuning pegs look so cool! I bought this guitar from Cowtown Guitars in Las Vegas, and it was beat up to say the least. This guitar had a few chips and dings when I bought it, but other wise it seems extremely durable. I've accidentally dinged it more than once, and I can't notice any damage on the guitar. After installing the Cliplock strap, My guitar is nearly indestructible. // 10

Overall Impression: One great guitar, sound great stock, but sounds even better with some upgrades. Straplocks of some kind are an absolute must! Highly recommended for any style of music. The tone filter, once you learn to use it right, will set your sound out from the group. With the addition of the new pickups, the sound is taken to a whole new level. Sounds like a guitar that costs way more. // 9

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overall: 8.6
Swede Reviewed by: Wiencon, on february 18, 2015
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Price paid: $ 549

Purchased from: Online shop

Features: Honestly I don't know when it was made. I believe it was about 2005. When it comes to features I'd say it's standard LP guitar, nothing to write home about. It has 22 standard frets, rosewood fretboard, mahogany set-in neck, mahogany top, Hagstrom's Tune-O-Matic bridge, passive Hagstrom's custom pickups and Hagstrom's own tuners. It's pretty standard set of features, but I don't know what else could I need in this guitar.

As I'm obliged to write at least 500 characters here's feature list from website:

  • Body: Mahogany Body with Mahogany Top
  • Neck: Mahogany, set
  • Fingerboard: Resinator Fretboard with Hagstrom Pearloid Block Position Marks
  • Fretboard Radius: 15
  • Trussrod: H-Expander
  • Tuning Keys: Hagstrom 18:1 Die Cast
  • Scale Length: 24,75" / 628 mm / Graph Tech Black Tusq XL 43mm nut
  • Pickups: 2 x Hagstrom Custom 58
  • Pickup Selector: 3-Way Toggle 3-Way Toggle Switch
  • Bridge: Long Travel Tune-O-Matic w/ Hagstrom Stop Tail
  • Controls: 2 x Volume 2 x Tone 3-Way Sound Filter Toggle switch (Hi-Mid Cut/ Center Bypass / Hi Cut)
  • String Gauge (Factory): D'Addario EXP110 (10-46)
  • Hagstrom Case: C-51 (Optional)
  • Hag-Bag: E-20 (Optional)
// 8

Sound: Ok, now most important thing. This guitar sounds... FAT. It's the only way I can describe it. Forget about playing RHCP or other funk. It's not Fender glass for sure. It sounds of course more like Gibson but also not exactly, it has much more bass and much cleaner sound. I play mostly hard rock, I'm not any kind of shredder but I know pretty much about guitars. I found that this guitar doesn't suit my playing style at all. Why? I love RATM, NIN, Limp Bizkit (:P), for each band I'd have to buy specific guitars to get their sound (Telecaster, some Schecter and some black guitar with EMGs). What I mean is, guitar that suits every style simply doesn't exist in nature, but what I was able to achieve with Swede left me very satisfied. I was able to play my favourite bands without feeling that it sounds bad. I hope You get what I'm saying :)

I found that Swede nails sound from bands like: Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Nickelback (check "Where Do I Hide" from them - lot of gain, fat sound, just what Swede likes most), AC/DC, Slash's work. It's great for more fuzzy tones like ones that Black Keys and White Stripes/Jack White use. Also it's perfect for blues, but I wouldn't buy it if I was jazz player - too thick sound. As You can see, Swede feels most comfortable in hard rock genre and I believe it was meant to be played in this style. You can try to play RHCP, but you'll have cut down on bass on your amp. Cleans are pretty solid, but again - thick. It's not Fender, but distortion is top shelf on this one. If your favourite guitarists use Gibson, this is best alternative in nice price range.

And surprisingly it sounds decent unplugged, I know it's not important in electric, but You can play and feel like having acoustic for a while. And I used it with Fender Mustang II, some Line 6Marshall and Peavey, I believe only Marshall was tube amp but I don't know their names as they were not mine when I played at some small gigs. // 9

Action, Fit & Finish: When I received it, fret buzzing was disturbing my neighbours, after I corrected the neck it has been playing like a dream. Also, I had to correct jack output, because screw wasn't properly screwed. No other flaws I found.

Overall action, fit and finish were admirable, amazing, astonishing, awesome, brilliant, cool, enjoyable, excellent, fabulous, fantastic, fine, incredible, magnificent, marvelous, outstanding, phenomenal, pleasant, pleasing, remarkable, sensational, strange, superb, surprising, terrific, tremendous, wondrous, astounding, awe-inspiring. // 8

Reliability & Durability: This is one hell of a sturdy guitar, I played 3 concerts with it and it never let me down. I have hit in the wall with it's head few times and it doesn't have any scratches. The body also is still in mint condition. You only have to clean it from dust, because on black, elegant finish, it doesn't look really good. // 10

Overall Impression: I play for 2.5 years now, but I had contact with guitars much earlier, anyway, overall I like that guitar very much, it is not my dream machine, but that's because I'm not Les Paul type of guy and I hate upper fret access on them. I guess most people don't go over 17th fret but there were situations that I wanted to go on 24th fret and it wasn't there and reaching 22th is pretty hard. I love possibility to change each pickup volume as I can get killswitch without breaking my guitar, it should be on more instruments, it's nice if you play RATM.

If it was stolen I wouldn't buy a new one, in fact I'm just selling it, to buy some Superstrat or Telecaster, but again it's not because this guitar is bad - it's just not my type, but I really enjoyed every second I had it in my hands, despite that it's heavy as hell, but also gorgeously beautiful. If I could afford it, I would keep it just to look at it every time I sit in my room. // 8

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overall: 8.4
Swede Reviewed by: jamesmickanen, on august 22, 2016
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Purchased from: Truetone Music Santa Monica, Ca

Features: Today's review is of my Chinese made 2009 Hagstrom Swede Gold Top which I have owned a little over a month at the time of writing this review. Interestingly, before they crafted a guitar fit for a King (Hagstrom Viking Deluxe - Elvis '68 Comeback TV Special) Hagstrom was a renowned accordion maker! Luckily in 1958 Hagstrom switched production over to electric guitars following the electric guitar boom earlier that decade. To prepare for this new endeavor Hagstrom thoroughly researched the guitar making process inside and out, even reverse engineering a Gibson Les Paul Gold Top!

Similar to Gibson's Les Paul, Hagstrom's Swede consist of a single-cutaway mahogany body with a carved mahogany top. The Swede's Gold Top is outlined with cream white binding and outfitted with an elevated cream white pickguard. Matching cream white cavity covers are found on its mahogany colored back side. The Swede's mahogany neck is glued-in and set utilizing a Mortise and Tenon joint. Binding runs along each side of the 24-3/4 scale length neck where it meets with the 15 inch radius Resinator fretboard that is all decked out with block shaped Pearloid inlays, 22 medium jumbo frets, and a 43mm wide Graph Tech Black Tusq XL nut. The headstock is outlined with Pearloid and displays "Hagstrom" written in cursive Pearloid as well as a matching pearloid fleur de lis. Two passive Hagstrom Custom 58 AlNiCo humbucker pickups come stock on the Swede and are controlled through four gold top-hat (bell) shaped knobs with gold inserts (2 Vol, 2 Tone), a 3-position pickup selector toggle, and an additional 3-position sound filter toggle for hi-mid cut (up), bypass (center), and hi-cut (down). Chrome hardware includes Hagstrom design 18:1 ratio die-cast tuners, a fully adjustable long travel tune-o-matic bridge and Hagstrom's Sustain Block Tailpiece. A complimentary set up with GHS Boomers (9-42) was included with the purchase and my sales representative at True Tone Music in Santa Monica, California was far too kind and threw in a Hagstrom hard shell case at no additional cost! He told me "Us punks have got to look out for each other." Purchased around the 4th of July, I scored this normally priced $500 Hagstrom for $300 before taxes, shipping & handling. // 8

Sound: My personal musical preference includes most genres of rock 'n' roll to punk rock, but I typically listen to my small collection of favorites (The Cramps, Rancid, Misfits, Jack White). I'll go on the record and say the Hagstrom Swede is quite versatile and could easily find itself suitable for any style of music: jazz, country, R&B, etc. Especially in the right hands, not necessarily mine. The Hagstrom Swede fulfills its role for what I have recruited it for-high gain applications. As I was saying, it is just as versatile as an Epiphone or Gibson Les Paul (oh yeah, I went there) if not more so. The Swede has an impressive articulate tonal range from glistening highs through the bridge pickup to warm lows through the neck pickup and all points in between thanks to its sound filter switch for added hi-cut and hi-mid cut. I have been using this guitar with my Fender Mustang I amplifier which I am sure could make any guitar sound good. However, as for being noisy, a noticeable amount of interference can be heard coming through when I take my hands off of the strings completely. // 8

Action, Fit & Finish: As per my request, the action on this guitar was set low for 9-42 gauge strings by the technician at True Tone Music, and the pickups look like they are at a proper height. Although I purchased my Hagstrom Swede used, it appears to have been well cared for by the previous owner as I have noticed only a few minor blemishes. Overall the guitar feels like a solid build put together well equal to my Korean made Epiphone Les Paul Black Beauty 3, not bad for a seven year old guitar. From tuning machines to toggles, and strap buttons to control knobs, all components are evenly spaced, aligned, secure and work - flawlessly. Likewise, all coats of paint and lacquer appear to have been applied evenly with no bubbles or pit marks present. // 9

Reliability & Durability: This Hagstrom Swede Gold Top looks like it was treated well and/or rarely used during its first seven years of existence showing no signs of oxidation only minimal blemishing discovered. Comparing it to my Epiphone Les Paul Black Beauty 3 guitar I am willing to say the Swede can endure regularly assigned duty performing at live shows. The hardware appears to have what it takes to go the distance. However, on the subject of live performance I never play without a backup. I don't foresee any performance problems other than replacing a routine broken string, but let's be honest, nobody wants to watch you or me stop the show to change a busted guitar string. // 8

Overall Impression: Overall, the Hagstrom Swede is not a bad guitar. Although not as well known as Epiphone, I believe Hagstrom deserves to be held in the same regard. To this date Hagstrom has been known for the high quality builds of their guitars regardless if it was made in Europe or China. Arguably, Hagstrom has some of the best guitars coming out of China. Meanwhile, Hagstrom has begun manufacturing guitars in Europe once again, I would love to get my hands on a new made in Europe Hagstrom Northen Swede, as well as an original vintage 1978 made in Sweden Hagstrom Swede. It looks like I may have fallen for the cult following and have to build on my collection. To the quality of their product and is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a Gibson or Epiphone Les Paul alternative. I honestly think the Hagstrom Gold Top looks better than its Gibson rival. I'm in my late 30's now and have been playing guitar for 22 years now with rock, mostly punk, being my primary genre. The Hagstrom Swede would easily fit into that genre. Now, if this guitar were lost or stolen I can't say I would buy another one just like it. There are so many guitars out there I have yet to play and experience and I finally realized I'm not locked down to any one brand of guitar maker, although I spent years professing my loyalty to Fender early on I primarily played Stratocasters prior to exploring Les Pauls a few years ago. // 9

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overall: 8.6
Swede Reviewed by: Gizlow, on april 07, 2011
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Features: Special Edition Swede Velvet - Body: 2010 Chinese made LP-style solidbody mahogany with carved mahogany top. - Neck: Set-in mahogany neck, low profile, 24.75" scale with 22 medium jumbo frets and a resonator composite fretboard. - Pickups: Dual passive humbuckers; 1x Hagstrm Custom BL 305E in neck position, 1x Hagstrm Custom BL 305 in bridge. Higher output than the Standard Custom 58's of the Swede/Super Swede - Bridge: Tune-o-matic with Hagstrms own design featuring independant brass blocks for each string. - Controls: 3-way pickup selector, 3-way filter Switch (mid bass boost, mid treble boost or disabled), 2 volume controls, 2 tone controls. - Tuners: Non-locking Hagstrm 18:1 die-cast tuners. - Also features Hagstrms patented H-expander truss rod, which should eliminate risk of neck warpage aswell as a graphite nut which is rarely found in this price range. All things considered, this is extremely good value for money. I doubt you'll find a more feature-packed guitar on this side of $1000. // 10

Sound: Due to this guitars slightly different all mahogany body and top (usually LP-style guitars feature a maple top to brighten the sound slightly) it has a very rich, fat sound. Interestingly enough, the higher output pickups of the Special Edition Velvet seems to help with the high notes, I rarely feel this guitar would have benefitted from a maple top. Overall it has a very LP-esque sound, textbook example of great humbucker sounds. Now, since this is a Hagstrm, it has a few quirks. First noted is the second switch, placed on the horn of the body. This is a filter switch, which works by shifting the mids of the sound to either give more bass or more treble. I largely ignored this for quite some time, but after some experimenting I found that with the Switch in the lower position (treble boost) and the Bridge pickup active I got a very nice Vintage sound. Perfect for classic rock and blues. With the filter Switch set to bass it can get a little muddy, particularly if using the neck pickup. I rarely use this setting, but I expect it work fairly well with distortion for heavy metal. Overall I think the filter Switch is a nice touch, it adds to the flexibility of the guitar and guitar value. Another Hagstrm feature is their resonator fretboard, which to me plays and looks very much like an ebony fretboard. It is supposed to offer better playability, but in all honesty I'm not enough of a guitar player to really tell the difference. That being said, it works very well. Bends are very easy and it plays very effortlessly. Now, on to the final point, the sustain. This is where this guitar really shines against its competition in this price range. The notes ring out more or less until you get bored and walk away, I expected good things after reading up on it but after a year of owning and playing it I'm still blown away by the sustain. I'd say this guitar soundwise works very well for most kinds of music, it is very versatile but the general emphasis seems to be on rock/metal. It keeps things tidy even under quite heavy distortion and the filter Switch gives you lots of options for sounds straight out of the guitar. // 9

Action, Fit & Finish: The finish on my guitar is a very nice satin black, with matte chrome hardware and binding on both body and neck which is a very nice touch considering the price. The satin finish makes for a very smooth neck action and I rarely find my hands "sticking" to the neck which tends to happen occasionally with a glossy finish. Now on to the less fun stuff. When I recieved my guitar it was very poorly set up, intonation was ok, but string height was ridiculous. The supplied strings was very rough and uncomfortable, and I found myself being forced to stop playing on a regular basis. After some adjustmends to the tune-o-matic Bridge and a new set of strings though, playability was great. The bad setup really took away from the qualities of the guitar, and I would urge anyone buying a Hagstrm to make sure that they get it set up correctly and with good quality strings before they start playing it, to not risk being disappointed. I'm judging this quite harshly but in all honesty, you shouldn't have to break out the tool box and spend an hour or two setting the guitar up the first thing you do. Minor adjustments will of course be needed whatever the price or brand of guitar, but this was nowhere near minor. // 6

Reliability & Durability: This is a very well built guitar, and even though I wouldn't recommend it I'd confidently bring this guitar without backup to a gig. It rarely goes out of tune and the finish is solid and even fairly scratch-resistant. I did change the strap buttons to a strap lock setup, but that is a Standard modification for me and I have no reason to believe that the original strap buttons would fail in any way. They seemed very solid. // 9

Overall Impression: I play mainly classic rock (Boston, Journey and such), lighter metal (Metallica, Judas Priest) and some blues (Clapton, BB King) and for these it works terrific. It doesn't perform the twangy Clapton sound very well, but that isn't really expected either with a very Gibson-esque guitar like this. I do like the mellow bluesy sound I get when playing clean, and the sustain makes for a very smooth sounding guitar. Again, I suggest that anyone buying a Hagstrm would get it set up properly unless their in-house routines regarding this has changed since I bought mine. If you don't have the equipment or knowledge to do it yourself, leave it to a professional. It makes all the difference. Should this guitar be stolen or lost, I would most likely replace it with a new identical one. When I bought this about a year ago, I didn't find anything else in the pricerange being able to compete with the playability and versatility this guitar offers. As far as I know not much has changed. // 9

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overall: 8
Swede Reviewed by: Poglia, on september 21, 2011
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Price paid: € 499

Purchased from: eBay

Features: My Hagstrom Swede was made in 2009. It's a Les Paul type guitar with the following features: - Mahogany body and neck - 22 frets neck with a resinator fretboard - Set neck construction - Two Hagstrom Vintage humbuckers - Fixed bridge (Tune-O-Matic style) - 2 volume controls, 2 tone controls, 3-way switch - Passive tone filter - Hagstrom 18:1 tuners It's basically like an original Gibson Les Paul, but with a passive tone filter that makes it even more versatile. The neck is thin an comfortable (not like an Ibanez, but definitely thinner than a Gibson) and the fretboard is made of resinator, a mix of woods made only by Hagstrom (it looks and feels like ebony). The guitar came with no case, but there was a brand new D'Addario 09-42 strings pack included. // 9

Sound: This guitar has an amazing warm, full and rich sound, almost like an original Gibson Les Paul, but a bit more vintage. I use it with my Peavey Bandit 112 and the sound is great for blues, jazz, rock, and even classic metal. The pickups have a well defined sound and I can clearly hear all the notes even with a lot of distortion, but of course they are not really made for extreme metal. About the tone filter, it can be useful to achieve certain sounds, but it's not really my cup of tea and I never use it. // 8

Action, Fit & Finish: The guitar came with an extremely low action, probably the lowest I have ever seen in my life, and played like a dream. Everything was adjusted properly, but the jack input was loose and I had to glue it two times. The truss rod was extremely hard to turn, almost locked, but I managed to adjust it a bit. The tuners are not the best in the world and the G and B strings come off tune easily. Other than that, I've never had any problem. // 7

Reliability & Durability: The Swede is a solid guitar and I definitely trust it enough to play it live without a backup. The strap buttons were ok, but I replaced it with DiMarzio ClipLocks because the guitar is heavy like a true Les Paul so I prefer to be safe. The finish (mine is a beautiful black gloss) is great and looks like it's made to last forever. // 8

Overall Impression: I mostly play rock and classic/power metal, and this guitar suits them well (it wouldn't suit death metal though). I have been playing for 5 years and I currently play the Swede through a Peavey Bandit 112 with no effects. Compared to my older guitars (Jackson RR3 and Gibson Explorer), this one has a more Vintage sound and less aggressive pickups. If it were stolen or lost I think I would buy it again, but white because it's too easy to leave fingerprints on a black finish. Overall, the Swede is an amazing guitar for the price and beats any Epiphone, Tokai and other Les Paul copies. If you want the look, feel and sound of an original Gibson Les Paul for 1/3 of the price, try a Swede, you won't regret it. // 8

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