These Mo's are IN-credible.
I have played them extensively and am taken back each time.
I finally decided to buy one, the blonde one and am very happy about this.
I compared this to a Marshall DSL one hundred and I think I can replicate every tone the Marshall has, plus it has the Fender...
I suggest going to rondomusic.com, no affln., and looking at a 300 dollar brand new Agile in any color you want. These are supposed to be good guitars for the price.
Then get a good amp. I would avoid the million in one modeling amps and get a decent but cheap all tube combo, like a Bugera...
I meant the heavy ones that led to the decision to cut away some of the heavier mahogany that they were using. I'd rather deal with the weight.
However, an old, old school light one would be awesome, awesome; but I definitely can't afford one of those I don't think. Seems like people will...
I wish they would necrodesign the chambered body, then do the axcess heel on most of them. It's like harley davisons. The crew resents any change.
Surprising they didn't get all bent out of shape when the found out chambering was going on for years and they didn't even know it.
The current BFG is the Gary Moore BFG and it can be seen on the gibson.com page or at the musciansfriend.com page, no affln., or another big online dealer.
It is lemon yellow barely finished but not too abrasive against your arm, has the kill switch and the P ninety, no pup ring, zebra...
I was thinking mahogany with a maple top, but that walnut looks really good.
I wonder what's up with walnut as a tone wood? Plus I wonder how the bond between the neck and the walnut body will hold up. I assume it's a mahogany neck glued into a walnut body.
Plus, that is a studio and the...
The store is about two blocks away. I'll go back over and check them out again and let you know which Haze I liked. One of them might have had a reverb on it. One of them was like eight hundred dollars I think. I'll go look again and get back.
I have a new sixties neck Epi Tribute cherry burst, unbelievable guitar.
I'm thinking of getting another standard, a plain top to hot rod. It is about half the price of my Tribute and might be a good platform for some great mods, yielding a great looking guitar in the end.
Yo dude, no offense, but;
Quote: Any other suggestions from your good selves
Didn't realize the OP was restricting the "other suggestions" to a narrow limit.
I mean, I don't think he was or I wouldn't have suggested other stuff, needless to say.
Loosen up dude, it's all cool.
You got it dude, regular standards, not including the many special editions like my birdseye maple cap, sixties neck Tribute, etc.
Just plain standards, not hot rodded ones.
Wondering if it is a built down version or of equal wiring, pots, etc., which, according to the below posts it is...
I like that Epi Deluxe SG with the three humbuckers, antique cream white with gold hardware.
I also liked my faded Gibson SG and like the SG Gibson Standard and the Sixty One Reissue looks cool.
I have a cherry transparent sixty six copy Epi SG that is awesome stock but I play my LP's more...
Are these arch tops and as nicely built as the regular std's and plus tops? They look like a great value.
Anybody buy one and wish to comment?
I wonder if they are as well made as the Agile AL2000's or Xavier XV500's?
They sure look nice, especially in cherry burst.
Looks like a great...
The Marshall Class 5 tube amp, bluesbreaker style is a great twelve inch speaker combo amp, single channel.
You get the Marshall tone, not the Fender clean at any volume to speak of. You could use a clean boost like a Busta Grande though.
A great little amp is the Fender Super Champ XD...
My Xavier XV500 is an awesome 210 dollar LP copy wiith a mahogany body, neck and three quarter inch maple cap on the body. It has real good GFS crunchy pickups and generally good hardware. The worksmanship is outstanding.
I would buy another without hesitation.
Same with Agile AL2000's...
Businesses mfg cheap ss amps to stay in business in a highly competitive market saturated with kids getting so called beginner stuff and cheap half stack looking profiler amps. They play thrash, screamo, and other forms of music that are not clear melody or particularly musical to the ear.
I would NEVER buy a Vypyr super cheaply made amp before I would buy a super well made Fender Blues Junior, period.
Vypyrs are trying to compete with the "kid" market against the Vox
"Chromies", valvetronix VTxx amps, which are not particularly reliable and are super complicated computerized...
Basically, yes. Tube amps are WAY better at developing some sweet tones and overdrives.
However, the Roland JC-120 is supposed to be an incredible ss amp, as is the Peavey Bandit 112 or 212 if they make one. The Bandit is an incredible ss amp.
On the other hand, most ss amps are very sub...
I got an AC15c1 a few weeks ago and it chimes. It sounds great with some guitars, especially with humbucker guitars. One strat sounds way to tinny and another strat sounds like angels.
I have played a lot of EC1000 Deluxe'es and have found that for rock I absolutely prefer the Seymour Duncan...