- Sep 19, 2019
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He's willing to buy and play epiphones, and they're good enough for him, but the only thing he can settle for is a Chibson because of the Gibson price?He has several Epiphones, in fact. And he does play his Lucielle & 355 regularly; he just didn't have a LP at the time, and didn't care for Henry's price:quality ratio.
He could buy a PRS SE Singlecut (one on Reverb for $900 right now) and get a very good real guitar that's not fake and built to a high standard of quality, good hardware and pickups, that plays and sounds like it cost a lot more. If he had to have a Gibson he could find a used '90's-to-early- 2000's Studio that was legit for the same or a little more. I bought my 1967 SG Standard for $300 in early 1968, I didn't even have a steady job... sounds really cheap but that's the equivalent of $2,305 today.