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Anyone dig on Explorers?

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  • Anyone dig on Explorers?

    Still looking for that perfect V, but in the meantime I've started to raise an eyebrow to the Explorer model.



    I think they look cool, but I am afraid they may be too big for me.



    Thoughts?



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    Sure do, my favourite guitar. Fantastic balance and fret access if playing standing (which I always do), slightly less comfortable sitting down. I suggest you go try one and find out for yourself.





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    • #3
      I've always dug the one that The Edge has.



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      • #4
        I've never spent much time playing them, but they look cool sometimes. I like the look of korina ones, and they do look nice in black. I'm not a fan of the pointy copies, though. The regular Gibson/Hamer Explorers only for me.
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        • #5






          Quote Originally Posted by Hand Amputation
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          Still looking for that perfect V, but in the meantime I've started to raise an eyebrow to the Explorer model.



          I think they look cool, but I am afraid they may be too big for me.



          Thoughts?




          Afraid it may be too big as in look funny or be difficult to play? I love the hell out of a clean looking explorer. I'd LOVE to own a Thunderhorse.
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          • #6
            I like my Epi. Balances well. Plays good standing and sitting too as far as Im concerned. The upper bout kinda feels like an acoustic when sitting.

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            • #7
              Love mine!!!

              MIK Epi.

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              • #8
                I was hoping Gibson would blow some out last Xmas, but no such luck.
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                • #9






                  Quote Originally Posted by Flatspotter
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                  I was hoping Gibson would blow some out last Xmas, but no such luck.




                  That's because so very few are available, I hear a fresh batch of Gibson Explorers are due to ship out sometime in March of this year.
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                  • #10
                    I have 2. The white one is an Epiphone 1984 re-issue and the cherry one is custom; body and neck by Warmoth.

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                    • #11

                      I have a Pro, slightly smaller body. Balances well standing and isn't bad sitting. Really like the way it sounds.

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