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Based on what you've said about your musical style, the SG sounds like a natural fit. I'm not a huge fan of the EVH guitars but Fender's picked up its QC in the past 4 years so that's an argument for the Wolfgang.
Put me down for a solid "I don't know." :robottongue:
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I was into Charvels when I was younger. I still have an affection for them, and for that reason, I like everything about the Wolfie except the body shape. It's just a bastardization of the earlier Ernie Ball and Peavey body types, which IMO were superior to this one (although flawed themselves). I do give them credit for their finishes and the archtops, which look very nice. The matte black finish with the Les Paul-like binding looks great to me.
The main thing I don't like about the Wolfie bodies is how far back the playing position is. There's no place for my forearm to sit, so it feels wrong. I like a lot of wood in back of the bridge, and I like the playing position of the SG. Makes more sense to me.
I prefer the SG, although in the 80s I wouldn't get caught dead saying that.
Originally Posted by csm
The first, and most frequently violated rule of punk is: THERE ARE NO RULES.
"You know, once you've had that guitar up so loud on the stage, where you can lean back and volume will stop you from falling backward, that's a hard drug to kick." â€” David Gilmour