Discussion in 'Musician's Corner' started by LambertoSC, Oct 5, 2007.
EphiPhOne - GibSoN
1. DoNt TyPe LiKe ThIs. It's annoying and people are going to make fun of you.
2. Try to be more descriptive rather than just two words.
3. What model are you looking at exactly? I'd personally go with an Epiphone since they are cheaper. I'd only buy a Gibson if I was very serious about the band and I wanted the best sound. But you can have a bad butt guitar and no amp tweaking skills and it will still sound like poop.
Gibson all the way!
My thoughts exactly.
woahh. im totally lost, details would be nice..
Epiphone is more affordable, but Gibsons are expensive but saweet.
For someone as retarded as you, I suggest a Stagg.
^^ Richard your post made the other half of my day.
I think for people to give opinions you should have more information.
Sergio is right type like that and you will be mocked...
whichever one feels right when you hold and play it.
They make identical shaped models.
Also, upon further thought, you should get an acoustic.
Then when your poop playing annoys your parents enough, they can smash it over your head.
thanks for yours answers. Gibsons Rocks and Ephipone is ok and less expensive Im Going to buy one zakk Ephiphone. I'm 5 years with the guitar only next I'm going to buy Gibson LOL THNX
I'm a Fender player, but I'd go with a Gibson without even thinking if I had to chose from those two.
Gibson Of course ..Just sounds better when I play them Epiphone is still great but Gibson all the way
Gibson > Epiphone
Obviously, as Epiphone is the cheap side brand for Gibson.
I own a blue sunburst Epiphone Les Paul Standard, it's a great guitar and more than affordable. I also have a Squier, so I can tell you for sure that Epiphone >> Squier (mine isn't too bad, but I've seen Squier guitars that really suck).
There are other alternatives though.
My boyfriend got a second hand Fenix, looks like a Gibson, plays like one, cost much less. You just have to look through various guitar shops and hope you get lucky ;D
Gibson as I am a Gibson player
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