What is your favorite signature guitar?

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  1. BowerR64

    BowerR64 Well-Known Member

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    Is there a signature guitar that you have always liked?

    What is you favorite signature guitar?
     
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    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.
     
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    BowerR64 Well-Known Member

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    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

    The Voyager

     
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    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'.
     
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    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.
     
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    BowerR64 Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    I never really was in to signature guitars...
    I prefer just the regular stock ones myself...
     
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    My Gangwolf archtop.

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    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

    https://www.sweetwater.com/store/de...iI386sF5gT_fY7ZYgpfMmtOzdk99wDeAaAtr4EALw_wcB

    now if i i were into signature guitars i would have to go with Ace Frehley Budokan
    or JP's Majesty.
     
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    Meh, stock for me unless Alvin puts out a signature build. Guaranteed to be unique!
     
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    Jim Root Signature Telecaster:

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    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
     
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    My Brad Gillis Signature Fernandes.

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    With an extra signature by Brad!

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    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.
     
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    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
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