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Suggestions on new electric guitar on December 15, 2018 @ 5:27 amReport this post as inappropriate#1
by Justin Sutton Justin Sutton is currently offline. Click to send a message.

Hey guys I'm a self taught musican and have been playing for 5 years now. Currently because of the move and needed the extra funds, the only thing I have left are the marshal code 100 digital combo amp 2x12 speakers 100w, a jhs angry Charlie v3 pedal, and an epiphone hummingbird pro.


Now I want to get another electric guitar and I've always gravitated more toward les Paul's. Both epi and gibsons. I could go down the road of les paul again, pretty much zero complaints but I want to try something new as well that will handle the classic rock/ new school style and songs I play and write. Since I've only owned a handful of electrics, fender strat, epi and gibson les paul, and a Peavy raptor, I'm kind of at a loss as to what could be a good fit. Looking for suggestions. I'm used to using humbuckers both gibson and Duncan. Honestly not a huge fan of single coil pick ups, but they have their place. Budget for the electric is around $1200usd. Suggesttions?




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Re: Suggestions on new electric guitar posted by Justin Sutton on December 15, 2018 @ 1:22 pmReport this post as inappropriate#2
by Dale Dickerson Dale Dickerson is currently offline. Click to send a message.

I found a Epiphone les paul studio LT sounds great! not expensive but is a work horse and can be modified with all the cash you save .Epiphone presents the new Les Paul Studio LT, an incredible introduction to the world's greatest electric guitar that is affordable for everyone. The Les Paul Studio LT has all the classic “Les Paul” features including a carved Mahogany top, powerful Zebra-Coil Ceramic humbuckers, and a Mahogany neck with an easy-to-play tapered neck joint. Available in Ebony, Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Vintage Sunburst, and Walnut color finishes.

Classic Les Paul Style: The Les Paul Studio LT has everything new players need to get that one-of-a-kind Les Paul sound without breaking the bank. The all-Mahogany body has a carved top and is slightly lighter and slimmer than full-size Les Pauls so it's easy to hold for long practices and gigs. The bolt-on Mahogany neck has a “Les Paul” scale length of 24.75” with a 1.68” nut, a 2-way adjustable truss rod for a perfect setup, a Rosewood fingerboard with pearloid dot inlays, and a smooth tapered neck joint for easy reach to upper frets. The Les Paul Studio LT is available in Ebony, Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Vintage Sunburst, and Walnut color finishes.

Zebra Coil Humbuckers: The Les Paul Studio LT's classic “Les Paul” power comes from two Zebra Coil Ceramic Humbuckers. Owners of vintage Les Pauls often remove their pickup covers for a better bass response and magnetic pull, revealing the black & white (“zebra”) bobbins underneath. Ceramic pickups have a higher output than vintage Alnico magnet pickups and are designed to provide a tight low-end response with both a smooth mid-range and a slightly more pronounced top end tone. Ceramic magnets have been a favorite of metal and hard rock guitarists for decades. The Les Paul Studio LT has a 650R in the rhythm position and a 700T in the lead position. Controls include volume and tone for each pickup and an all-metal 3-way pickup selector.

Rock Solid Epiphone Hardware: The Les Paul Studio LT features Epiphone-designed rock solid all-nickel hardware including the classic Les Paul bridge combo of a LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece, a non-rotating ¼” output jack, and premium die-cast 14:1 ratio machine heads. An optional case is also available.


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Re: Suggestions on new electric guitar posted by Justin Sutton on December 15, 2018 @ 3:21 pmReport this post as inappropriate#3
by Mohamed Alex Mohamed Alex is currently offline. Click to send a message.

Hello

I'm Guitarist soloist / rhythmic Rock and Metal and pop, I'm looking for bands of Musicians.


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Re: Suggestions on new electric guitar posted by Justin Sutton on March 28, 2019 @ 2:41 amReport this post as inappropriate#4
by Charles Martin Charles Martin is currently offline. Click to send a message.

We've written a handy guide to choose electric guitar here with 5 recommendation guitars and reviews: https://musiicz.com/best-beginner-electric-guitar/


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