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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by backporchmusic, Sep 2, 2018.
2019. $799. Worn cherry, brown or black.
I aint buying it, in a selling mode these days.
Cherry, baby...never grows worn, if I were in
Pickguard ruins it
Ooh, I like that but I can't afford it right now.
Yeah, what is up with that PG? Hideous.
'Hideous' is being kind - that was 'bean-counting' to an extreme level.
'I wouldn't touch it with a plastic one.' - John Lennon
I love the pick guard. This is why traditional guitar companies never try anything even slightly new.
Yea. Tomorrow most likely. I think I’ll go with the brown one. I love those lower-priced Gibsons.
I don’t even know what the pick guard should look like. Nothing about it bothers me.
Maple neck too. And I'd like to see under that pickguard. Not much of a "Tribute".
It allows Gibson to make it a pre-loaded pickguard, saving them a few bucks at the assembly stage. I kinda hate it too, but if I found one used for $500... maaayybe.
LP Juniors really ought to be a low-priced staple in the Gibson lineup.
Buyer beware. If this new one has quality comparable to Gibson's other recent low priced guitars like that Firebird and M series, it's going to be trash. Not something I'd buy before putting my hands on it.
At $399 yes.
It's a Gibson, sorry but I wouldn't have it for free.
Also, it's all top-routed, saving them a second spin through the router to carve out the control cavity.
I'm getting an overwhelming 'Norlin' vibe from this one. Does it have a volute?
Well, dangit. I hadn’t read the fine print. I just assumed it would be all mahogany.
Maple neck is a deal breaker for me.
No interest in the Gibson. But I'm really tempted to get this blue Affinity Squier for $179 and dropping a mini HB in the neck (if they fit w/o extra routing).
IIs that a Gibson Esquire ?
Is there a twin pup model?
It seems reasonably priced to me. 800 dollars won’t touch most made in USA instruments.
No neck pickup kills it for me. I love the versatile tones from a good neck pickup far more than having just a bridge pickup.
And, I’m sort of content with this