- Oct 21, 2008
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It use to bother me. Now I'm pretty much use to it. It's just par for the course.
I have wasted hours of my life clicking on Craigslist or Ebay ads
listing "Gibson Les Paul" only to see it's an Epi.
Or doing a search for Gibson and getting 3000 "Gibson" Epiphones as well.
No offense to the Epi crowd, but is it a Gibson?
Does anyone really think the exposure of the misleading title
will sell the guitar, especially when they are looking for a Gibson, not an
Last I checked, Epiphone had it's own website and guitars...every retailer
lists them as such, and the only connection to Gibson is that they own Epiphone, and offer
some of the same models at lower cost. (And I really love the Lennon Casino model)
warning duly noted. i was asking really what point you were making in post #18.
you dont sell on ebay. and? this adds something to the debate does it?
not looking for a fight here, but you do seem to be looking to take issue or nit pick anything i have said, despite the fact you open #16 by effectively agreeing with me.
i have notified another mod of your threat as i consider you to be abusing your powers somewhat, however maybe it would be best for both of us to now call a truce and walk away from this thread. what do you say?