- Jan 24, 2010
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BTW-this thread is stoopid.
Sunburst Les Paul killer.
The DGT has a trem, but it's mostly blocked as standard. At least mine is. I dont use it. In function, its the same as playing a Les Paul or fixed bridge guitar.I love the gold top...
I am on the borderline for PRSs... too fancy for me....but thats gold top, if it would be fixed bridge is possibly one of the best options, yes... thanks!
Thanks...a sensible suggestion... i love the way they look...also theres similar Jackson Monarkh line now... modern take on a LP design...True question is how far from an LP it is...surely a lot... lucky if its near SG territorry, most probably...I had to use a tele strapped up high one time a string broke on my guitar, not my thing.
These are interesting single cut guitars, Kramer is a Gibson company now aswell. Not a Les Paul, an Assault.
Kramer Guitars emerged in the 1970s as one of the first successful upstarts to challenge Gibson and Fender as a world-wide leader in manufacturing quality electric guitars and basses. Kramer’s association with guitar virtuoso Eddie Van Halen early in his career gave Kramer a global reputation...www.kramerguitars.com
Thanks...a sensible suggestion... i love the way they look...also theres similar Jackson Monarkh line now... modern take on a LP design...True question is how far from an LP it is...surely a lot... lucky if its near SG territorry, most probably...
I love with maple board..and tangerine one is also very cool...!
You are absolutely right...It sounds like you want a near full thickness les paul with belly cut but you did say regarding the LTD ESP “might be interesting to try as well” . You should go to a big guitar store that has an LTD, ESP, and a Gibson axcess
Or an agile
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But if you haven’t played them no one can really help you choose. Good luck and let us know what u find
I agree...anything and whatever works...Just use any guitar. I don't see how guitar depth or weight makes any difference for that playing position.
No one held it higher or rocked it harder in 1968 than the Nuge. The guitar might be lighter, but it's fatter than a Les paul:
Weight is not the issue...overall fit, comfort and even looksI still have to get the point, heh.
Im a skinny 144 pounds guy, and always strapped very high with any guitar (mostly heavy LPCs), not sure where the problem is.
A great thing of strapping high is that, if you have the right strap, even heavy and big guitars are feeling right, and the back doesn't scream like when strapping a la Hetfield...lol!
Anyway, if the problem is the weight, what about an ES-Les Paul?
I think that quite clearly i pointed out that i am after something as much as possible in the LP ballpark...so not just any...Ok so it’s just about any guitar.