Epiphone Elitist vs Other MIJ LPs

Matty

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I've thought about selling my Epi a few times but it's a much better guitar than the pittance I'd get for it so I just keep it around as a pickup testing machine. :thumb:
 

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My Elitist Riviera has a decent size neck, not thin at all, but very comfortable.
 

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Elitists are very well balanced guitars tonally. Doesn't matter what pickups I put into mine. It always sounds killer. Bone nut is a plus. I put a USA abr on it, rewired it with CTS pots, braided wire - 50's style with Luxe bumblebees from an R9. Competes well with my >$3k Les Pauls and in many ways surpasses them in comfort and playability. Never played a Greco, Burny, Tokai or Orville though. About to take delivery of a Greco though.
 

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Elitists are very well balanced guitars tonally. Doesn't matter what pickups I put into mine. It always sounds killer. Bone nut is a plus. I put a USA abr on it, rewired it with CTS pots, braided wire - 50's style with Luxe bumblebees from an R9. Competes well with my >$3k Les Pauls and in many ways surpasses them in comfort and playability. Never played a Greco, Burny, Tokai or Orville though. About to take delivery of a Greco though.

Please let us know how that Greco turns out. Very curious to see how it compares.
 

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Please let us know how that Greco turns out. Very curious to see how it compares.
Well it's coming this week. I'll be posting a NGD if I can get my act together with a photobucket account or something. This one is special. You'll see :naughty:
 

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