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Discussion in 'Other Epiphones' started by paruwi, Apr 10, 2013.
I love the look of this. Those knobs really make it "pop".
You really should invite him to this place
I see what you did - and I like it
His inbox is full...
^^^ You're saying somebody's crazier than Brian?
Edit: Shoot, his clicking is faster than mine: was intended for Pete, lazy quoting.
He's not crazier, but he has a bigger wallet and ridiculously great taste in guitars...
This is my baby. She was decapitated when I got her, but damn, does she look good now!!!
Here's my Wildkat. My lovely wife surprised me with this on my birthday a few weeks back. Both my wife and this guitar are keepers.
WOW! I love that Wildcat. The GC in my area had one that I plugged into a Silverface Vibrolux and it sounded fantastic. I'd love to have one, but they don't come up often.
Great looking collection folks!
My latest, the Masterbilt
My Elitist JLH Sheraton I
My MIK Sheraton II, Elitist Casino and SG400 mixed in with my wife's NV Riviera
My Elitist Casino on it's own,
Nice ones guys!
Here's my Wilshire:
Here's my current Epi "collection":
Casino, Masterbilt DR-500MCE, ES-345 and Riviera Custom P93
(the Masterbilt and the Riviera are for sale, btw)
Traded my Epiphone Explorer for this Flying V, I wouldn't say I regret the trade but I do miss it.
Here's the Explorer:
Ok, here is the S-500 and PR4-E. Sorry, no glamour shots.
And here are some Epi heads for you Epiheads.
I suppose I should mention that the S-500 has been heavily modified. I loaned it to a friend and didnt get it back for eight years. When I finally got it back, it was in rough condition, as it sat in a basement that had flooded. Everything was rusty and musty. It smelled pretty bad too. The only original parts left are the body, neck (+ plate & bolts), tuners, trem claw and jack plate...and the jack plate will be replaced with a chrome one as soon as I get around to swapping it out. I think one of the trem springs might be original too. I had to do a bunch of swapping to find the right tension after I installed the Floyd. Dont rightly remember though...
EDIT: Oh yeah, the truss cover is original too, but I had to trim it down to fit after installing the new locknut. I also flipped it over to expose the white side for some nice contrast. I may replace it eventually with a custom made pearloid cover.
My other Epis
Korina Explorer with GFS Vintage 59 in Neck and Crunchy PAT in Bridge. Coil tapping with push/pull pot. Pickguard signed by Joe Bonamassa.
My Cherry Dot - Stock
Any other natural Dot around here? I just love it
YUP! GFS P90's, homemade PG.