Are historic models consistent in tone
I tried a historic in person last week and loved it. But the cherry finish showed almost no grain- just looked like a solid red.
Another one popped up which looks a lot better- excellent grain and finish - but I have only pics to go by. The dealer is remote and I'm a lefty so I don't have the ability to try before I buy too often.
So are the historics pretty consistent in tone? Id like to get the better looking one if it is likely to be consistent with the one I actually played.
Lefties o' mine:
Gibson 2009 R9 Iced Tea
Gibson 2010 CS-336
Gibson SG Special 60's Tribute
Suhr Custom S3
PRS 98 Custom 22