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Gibson or Fender?

Gibson/Epiphone or Fender?  

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  1. 1. Gibson/Epiphone or Fender?

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    • Fender
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    • I dont play guitar
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I have a Gibson 1957 reissue and lvoe it. It is your typical looking Les Paul but is that really a bad thing? I'm not complaining because I have yet to play a guitar that plays easier. Although I've always wanted my uncles 1985 telecaster which he may one day give to me. I also have always wanted to play a Grestch and Rickenbaucer (don't think I spelled that right, oh well).

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I prefer Gibson/Epiphone to Fender/Squier. Mainly because I prefer hollowbody guitars.

 

I'll admit, I've never really dealt with actual Gibsons or Fenders, only their "lesser" brands. I have a hollowbody Ibanez, and I have my eye on another. If that doesn't pan out, then I may go for an Epi Casino in the future.

 

By the way, for those thinking about a Gibson Les Paul, wait a second. Look into the Epiphone Elitist series. They're cheaper and I've read that their quality matches that of Gibson's. http://www.musiciansfriend.com/home/navigation?q=les+paul+elitist Of course, that may not work if you want the Gibson name on the headstock.

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Well i play with a Stagg guitar(Fender Strat style guitar from the brand Stagg wich just copies EVERY guitar ever made by Fender and brands it with their own brand and just messes around with the guitars look a little bit) and i gotta admit man it's a fucking great gitar man really that is sooooo gonna be my guitar for life and the others will all be smashed to bits muahuahauahaua!!!!:icon_evil

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