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  1. I'm trying to decide on a Les Paul guitar and I'm thinking it's going to be down to either the Traditional Pro or the Standard Plustop Pro (unless someone can recommend something better). Which would you pick and why? I play just about everything from Blues to Hard Rock. Thanks guys.
  2. I have a 50's tribute SG with P90's and I'd like to add a half pickguard to it. Does anyone know where I can order one? I've looked online and haven't had much luck. The only ones that I've found are the full pickguards for P90's, but on the 50's tribute the neck pickup is much closer to the neck that a regular P90 SG so they won't fit. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  3. $900 CDN is $680 USD. The guitar has a decent amount of scuff on the top edge of it. I'm wondering if I should hold out yet for the right studio model. I love the new 2015 Studio in Manhattan Blue but I'm not a huge fan of the robo tuners. That one I can get brand new for $1300 CDN.
  4. Actually I'm the one with the SG's and I told him that I got them on clearance and he's good with that.
  5. It's a gloss fireburst with a Gibson gig bag. It's got a little bit of wear on the top edge but nothing serious.
  6. Can someone tell me how much a 2010 Gibson Les Paul Studio is worth in used condition these days? I may be trading a 2015 Gibson SG 50's Tribute for one. The guy is asking $900 CDN for his studio.
  7. 240SX

    The LPJ Club

    Thanks, I'll make sure to do that.
  8. 240SX

    NGD 2014 LPJ

    Yes it does have the 61's. I like them a lot, really nice clean tone and a great distorted one as well. I think this is one of my most versatile guitars.
  9. 240SX

    The LPJ Club

    I just picked up my 2014 LPJ yesterday. Fantastic guitar. Sorry about the bad quality picture.
  10. 240SX

    NGD 2014 LPJ

    So after years of playing Epiphones I finally decided to take the plunge and pick up a Gibson. Yesterday I went to my favorite local shop and traded in a couple of my epiphones and picked up this 2014 Gibson LPJ in fireburst finish. Man oh man, what a guitar. It sounds great, looks great, and feels amazing. I checked the guitar over and there are no dead frets or fret buzz, the action is exactly the way I like it and right off the shelf this thing is perfect. I'm a blues player primarily and own two amps, a 1994 Peavey 112 Transtube Bandit, and a Fender Blues Junior III. To be honest I prefer the sound out of my peavey for both blues and hard rock. Should I just spend more time dialing in the Fender Blues Jr or is that not a great fit of an amp for this guitar. What amps are you guys using and liking? Thanks folks.
  11. Here's my most recent Epiphone. 2010 Flying V '67 reissue.
  12. That's great news that the found a replacement for you. I can't believe the condition of that guitar that you received first.
  13. I just picked this one up today, it's a 2010 Epiphone Flying-V in vintage white. I got a great deal on it, traded two guitars that I had (Cort X2 and Peavey Raptor Plus EXP and a little bit of cash). It sounds great, is in really nice condition except for a couple of dings to the side of the fretboard. What do you folks think?
  14. I should also add that I can finance the Gibson for 12 months with 0% interest.
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