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Discussion in 'Guitars' started by BowerR64, May 17, 2019.
Is there a signature guitar that you have always liked?
What is you favorite signature guitar?
I have always been drawn to the Gibson Custom Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess. I could never afford one but if I had the money for a custom shop artist series guitar I think that would be the one I would want to own.
Even though im out of the pointy guitar thing, i use to love the BCRich warlock and Bich for some reason im still kinda drawn to this one
I never liked the signature stuff, be it a guitar or anything else. I think it's kind of cheesy, lol.
Although the Epiphone Brent Hinds V is sweet lookin'.
I really like my Matt Heafy LP. It has the axcess heal at the neck joint which is great. The neck is also a little beefier than a slim taper but not a baseball bat.
I also LOVE the Epiphone Explorer Artisan which is a signature for the guitarist for Bring Me the Horizon. The bridge pickup is amazing, like a 498T but smoother and fuller without being even kinda muddy and the P94 in the neck with a hidden coil to cancel hum is superb. Gorgeous axe too.
I get what your saying "its cheesy to copy off some one else" but i see it like this, who out there can build a guitar that you like? Who has the same taste in a guitar setup that you like? wood choice, pickups, the neck and knob layout?
Ive never tried a RB Voyager i just like the look of the guitar, i like he chose a natural finish and the types of wood he chose.
I cant stand gold hardware and i dont like where he has his volume but other then that its one of a few body styles i kinda liked for a signature guitar.
I only have one signature guitar, Clapton Strat. So I guess it’s my best/least and everything in between signature guitar. I do love it.
I never really was in to signature guitars...
I prefer just the regular stock ones myself...
My Gangwolf archtop.
im not really in to sig guitars. most of the time they are so over priced and
rarely are they even what the artist plays. there is a rare exception every so often.
in this case i would have to pick the Robert Cray strat.
its a beautiful hard tail strat that sounds and plays amazing. plus its affordable
now if i i were into signature guitars i would have to go with Ace Frehley Budokan
or JP's Majesty.
Meh, stock for me unless Alvin puts out a signature build. Guaranteed to be unique!
Jim Root Signature Telecaster:
Michael Shenker’s V, Mathias Jabbs Explorer, Tony Iommi’s SG, Jimi Page’s cherry burst LP, Randy Rhodes white LP custom, but I have the stock Gibson guitar’s that look similar. Cheers Mitch
My Brad Gillis Signature Fernandes.
With an extra signature by Brad!
Regret selling my Jim Root tele which was really versatile. Now have a Pat Smear Hagstrom which is a very nice guitar. Sold my Slash AFD because all I did was polish it. It was a great guitar though. I own a Cobain Jag because I got it ridiculously cheap. Its surprisingly good. I don't like the idea of signature guitars, but they are often very good. The Jim Adkins tele looks like it might be great.
I always forget the LP is a signature guitar lol
STEPHEN STILLS WHITE FALCOLN MODEL G6136-1958 (NO. 240-0105)
single cutaway White Falcon design, arched laminated maple top, back, and sides, two enlarged f-holes, multiple-bound top and back, two-piece maple neck, 22-fret bound ebony fingerboard with thumbnail inlays and Stephen Stills’ signature between the 18th and 21st frets, white bound headstock with gold horizontal Grestsch logo and three-per-side tuners, ebony-based Adjusto-Matic bridge, Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, no pickguard, two FilterTron pickups, control layout #2 (three knobs, two switches), gold hardware, available in Aged White finish, 17 in. body width, 2.75 in. body depth, 25.5 in. scale