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Discussion in 'Guitars' started by SuperBeaver, Jul 1, 2012.
Rarely see anyone play em. Seem to go cheap on the used market.
I had one and played my Epiphone instead? It was a nice guitar but I never really liked it! I have a Les Paul now everyone is happy!
Yes they are good. It is a Les Paul with easier upper fret access. The thing with these is that they don't look like a Les Paul so guys shy away from them.
Only 2 knobs though right?
Not a LesPaul.But it's really sound great.
eh? Not a Les Paul?
I perfere my LP DC to look more LP-ish.
1 volume and 1 tone. In many ways (other then the look for some) these play better than a traditional Les Paul. The necks found on these are typically thinner or "60s style"
I think they are more comfortable to play.
Had one and never really l liked it, 1 volume and 1 tone knob, 24 frets, and something about the neck didn't feel right, it looked great though
It's a limited run of 50 guitars made for a Montreal dealer in 1980.
I love LP DC's with P90's and boy they can sing...
There's one at a local shop for $1,300. I've been gassing over it but I don't think I'd like it. I'm too used to a full set of volume and tone knobs. A lot of times when I use my LP I keep the toggle in the middle position and use the volume and tone controls to get the sound I want. I'd really miss being able to roll the tone off on just the bridge pickup.
What kind of tail piece is that? I like the fine tuners on it.
I'd love to have a double cutaway LP gold top with a maple neck and P-90s...I don't care if it's Gibson or not!
Well, this really isn't a Les Paul DC, but, I like it. It's a (1980-82?) Epiphone Genesis. I bought it for a $100.00 years ago. I had it refretted with Dunlop tall jumbo fret wire. It sounds pretty damn nice. The only problem is, it is [email protected]#king heavy. It weighs around ten and a half pounds.
- gibson tp-6
No. Cause they're butt-ugly.
cant pass up an opportunity to show off my current favorite...