- Sep 9, 2009
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Wow, that is one damn sweet geetar. I'm not a huge Bonomassa fan, but it's gorgeous to look at. I like the gold sparkle paint and the dark backside.
Throw in some actual Gibson pups, long tenon and a case for the same price as an Epi Custom, and hundreds less than any other comparable Epi limited edition LP, except the Special Jr's, and I'm ready to pounce on one. Now, if I could only get the wife to somehow authorize this purchase...
Epiphone Joe Bonamassa LTD Edition Les Paul Goldtop Outfit E-Guitar, Signature, worldwite limited of 1000pcs., Mahogany Body, Maple top, Mahogany Neck, Rounded D-Profile 1959 Shape, Deep-Set, Rosewood Fretboard, Trapeze Inlays, 22 Medium Frets, Scale 628mm, Gibson USA Burstbucker 1 and Burstbucker 2 Humbucker Pickups, LockTone Tune-o-matic Bridge, Stopbar, Grover Tuners, Nickel Hardware, Finish Metallic Gold, incl. Lifton-Style Case, Hand-Signed Certificate of Authenticity, Epiphone Straplocks
What's the difference between that model and the '59 Goldtop? (Besides the black bits and the pups) I don't understand why it's that costly.
They would've had to re-patent a new one cause you know they don't use anybody else's anything except some in house rolled Alnico II Duncan clones they stamp with the Duncan name on them-=[Shifty]=-;2198576 said:No nylon saddles on the bridge?
Only 1,000? They'll be gone in a day. I bet Epi makes more when they see how fast these go. There's probably 300 guys on this forum alone that are gonna buy one. To bad they dont make it in Lefty or there would be 301 from here buying one