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  • HNGD: Flamey Epi SG

    I've been waiting on a good deal for a Kona or a flametop SG, and finally...

    Plays great, sounds awesome! Woot! -Adam
    Originally Posted by nicholai

    He seems to like bacon a lot......

    Originally Posted by Luigi

    Jesus probably doesn't love everyone, especially ****************************s. He probably wants to punch them but He won't. That's what makes him Jesus.

    Originally Posted by GuitarNoobie

    ...we should be talking about the national debt, the number of incarcerated citizens in this country(the prison industrial complex), the military industrial complex, the so called war on drugs and corporations/banks that are running over people and buying our politicians...

  • #2
    Woot! That's purdy!
    Proud member of the Epiphone Empire

    Member of the SG army.

    Originally Posted by ashasha

    I find that it's just cheaper to turn my **************** up louder.


    • #3
      Theres only two kinds of music HEAVY and METAL!!!!!


      • #4
        Happy New SG Day! Go forth and

        It is not what you play, but THAT you play.


        • #5
          HC GREAT WHITE OUT SURVIVOR 2012 , RIP those that didnt make it.
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          • #6
            Guitars: 60th Anniversity Commemorative American Strat 2006, 2012 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe, Washburn D25S Acoustic 1988 (MIJ)Effects: 535Q->TS7->DS-1-> GE7 EQ->MXR Carbon Copy->Phase 90->CE-3 -> -> Tiny Terror -> Vox Night Train Cab 1x12 with Greenback Also: Guitar Port, DOD Supra Distortion, EH Muff Fuzz, Vox DA5Good Dealings with rrancani, dcindc, CraigOrn, 98 les paul, kjutrain


            • #7
              Pretty cool. HNGD
              Originally Posted by Hopeless

              I wouldn't recommend them for metal, but then I also wouldn't recommend playing metal.

              Originally Posted by Django Sentenza

              When you've founded an entire branch of science dedicated to quantifying taste, get back to me.


              • #8
                Oh yeah, I remember seeing that model a while ago and thought they were pretty slick looking. I recently bought an Epi G-400 w Maestro Trem myself and I had one BB Pro bridge kicking around so I ordered another one for the neck at the same time I bought the guitar. Lately it's been one of my favorite guitars to reach for. I usually wouldn't recommend the BB Pro for an SG, but I'd seen Gibson use them on a couple models so I wanted to give that mix a try. Generally I'd prefer a BB 1 & 2 combo, but I'm enjoying the extra brightness or edgie chime that the slightly more aggressive Alnico V magnets have brought to this guitar whether played clean or with OD.
                A '57 Classic, MIJ from USA parts.
                HCEG Existentialism: I buy guitars, therefore, I am.
                Well Dick, it's got a good beat, and I could dance to it, so I give it a 10!
                I have opinions of my own,strong opinions but I don't always agree with them.


                • #9
                  Looks sweet! Will Ray ( Hellacasters. MONSTER player) had a series of eBay articles in Guitar Player awhile back. He scored an Epi G-400 and raved about it. Is yours a G-400? I don't REALLY NEED another guitar, I successfully fought a Gretsch and Melody Maker GAS recently. However, Clapton's live tone on Wheels of Fire ( Yeah, I know Disraeli Gears too) was a 'Bucker fitted SG. Righteous! Could a G-400 with appropriate pup upgrade get me close?


                  • #10
                    Very cool; looks nice. HNGD!
                    "It's such a fine line between stupid and clever." – David St. Hubbins


                    • #11
                      Epiphone Goth Explorer (its here)
                      jim root sig strat (black) its here
                      fender fat strat custom white (USA MADE)
                      fender all black black hardware two humbucker strat (MIM)
                      marshall jCM800
                      marshall mini stack
                      ORANGE ROCKERVERB 100
                      maxxon overdrive
                      isp noise reduction
                      digitech effcts pedal
                      jim dunlop strings 52's and 56's
                      power slinkys
                      jim dunlop jazz 3 picks


                      • #12
                        Beautiful! Great flame, great burst. And small pick guard to show it all off.
                        Guitars: 1990ish Fender American Standard Strat,
                        Epiphone Sheraton II, Austin strat copy, mid-1930s Martin R-18

                        Amps: Fender Blues DeVille 4X10 tweed, 60s Ampeg Jet