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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by WilburBufferson, Jan 10, 2020.
Gibson Marauder anyone?
Yeah, probably something like this.
I have owned many Gibsons over the years, most of them Les Pauls.
I currently own a Les Paul with P90's, an SG with P90's, and a Pelham Blue Firebird Zero, equipped with original factory humbuckers.
What I am going to offer you, WilburBufferson, may surprise you.
I recommend the lowest-cost Gibson ever, the Firebird Zero.
* It's got great humbuckers, with crisp, versatile tones thanks to very expressive Volume and Tone Knobs.
* You won't break the bank acquiring one, since it's ridiculously affordable, (for an American-made genuine Gibson).
* The Firebird Zero has a feel and a light weight that will feel very much accommodating to a lifelong Fender player.
I really love this guitar.
Never mind my brother gave it to me for my birthday this past July.
It's just a great playing, good feeling, fabulous sounding electric guitar.
Okay, this one. I forgot about this one.
It’s a ‘58 Custom Shop in TV Yellow. I just don’t understand why is costs nearly $4K? It’s got one P90 and two knobs. I hate Gibson.
I had an sg and traded for this. A les paul traditional.its heavy as sh#% but I love the tone
I do like the chris Cornell tribute es 335
If the SG neck and body joint bothers you, then the LP Special or Junior would be a better fit.
For me, an ES-295 holds a special place in my heart
That's why I gots my '64:
If it could only be one, it would have to be an ES-335.
since watching Yessongs a couple of times recently, I've decided I should have an ES 5 Switchmaster.
A Les Paul Special can do anything I want from a Gibson. I need one of the unusual ones, a '60-style double-cut, so it has the strong neck joint, but with a "59 neck. They exist.
69 es-335 in walnut please...
Another vote for the ES335 type guitar.
Alternatively, check out the Nighthawk / Blueshawk.
Or if money is not object, look into the Johnny A model.
Both 'Hawks and Johnny A have a 25.5" scale length, so you get the Gibson girth with Fender twang / articulation.
How about a '69 with '68 features?