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  1. Well I played a Caballero on Saturday, it was sweet and cute ( didn't plug it in though). I couldn't find a Coupe, but I tried :)
  2. It's traditional in some parts of the world. :)
  3. No problem at all it fell over when I was taking the plastic off, but I have done nothing, rosin, tape, whatever and it doesn't move at all. My partner once moved it but as he himselfacknowledged he's used to his thirty year old Tele that's been through a hurricane. I don't think the bridge would stay put through a hurricane :)If that's a deal breaker for you, then get a Tele :)
  4. I concur, they're loud loud acoustically. Mine has a 15 second ( I measured it :) ) sustain. It tunes rock solid. I'm currently bending it to pieces on Clapton/Cream stuff and it doesn't budge. I also do flamenco rumba on it and the pickguard gets loose :) from all the golpes, but the tuning doesn't :) Fab guitar.
  5. Probably the best kept secret about epiphones is how interesting and nice the forum is :)
  6. Ok, thanks Ill look into it, though it's not for gigging :P it's for my house :) So I don't want it too loud :)
  7. :) gracias I won't come back, when you're a long way away and you think of me, I won't come back. It's for the Epiphone competition :)
  8. The fact thatbit doesn't have the # out 1962 doesn't matter, that happened to a few at the factory. You can get all the info from customer service. I did that for my Sorrento, I didn't have a serial number.
  9. Update, I'm now thinking of a Yamaha thr5/10c. Does anyone have one? Do you like them? I like the fact that you can play at apartment volume and still have fun with tones, at least that is said.
  10. Cute :) Good choice :) Here's mine in action :) Watch "No Volveré" on YouTube No Volveré:
  11. Hi everyone, I've just been watching demos of the Martin Stagecoach guitar which is apparently less expensive (7000 pounds lol). I have fallen in love with this guitar, it seems to me to be similar to the one Marilyn plays on Silver Dollar in River of No Return.First, Epiphone, please copy it, and second, is there already a similar Epiphone? Is the Caballero a similar kind of guitar? Does anyone know when the Caballero will be available? The Caballero looks to be very affordable.What do people think of this guitar, the vintage ones on the Tube sound and look lovely. Que piensan de esta guitarra ?
  12. Hi everyone, I've just been watching demos of the Martin Stagecoach guitar which is apparently less expensive (7000 pounds lol). I have fallen in love with this guitar, it seems to me to be similar to the one Marilyn plays on Silver Dollar in River of No Return.First, Epiphone, please copy it, and second, is there already a similar Epiphone? Is the Caballero a similar kind of guitar? Does anyone know when the Caballero will be available? The Caballero looks to be very affordable.What do people think of this guitar, the vintage ones on the Tube sound and look lovely. Que piensan de esta guitarra ?
  13. Maybe the answer is I buy my partner a new tuner and he gives me back the Zoom :)
  14. "But as Charlie Brown said, first find your voice, then find ways to enhance it." I think this is it, I'm looking to find my tone, my voice as a singer and as a guitarist are starting to come together, I have the right mic and mic set up, MP75 and Mic Mechanic, I'm happy with my amps, now I'm looking to find my tone. It's not for gigging, I don't yet play in public. I do record a lot though, and I've started to video. So the Nux type of thing looks perfect, or the Zoom chinga. If I ever do play in public it will likely be a couple of songs with my partner's gear, Telecaster, Marshall and Roland Micro Cube.
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