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White with no gold - sig or no sig, that's the best looking EDS I've seen. [drool]

 

 

Yeah, and a regular Gibson SG '61Ri is $3,299. Come on...

 

Exactly, I was thinking the same thing. The prices on some of these sig. models are getting way outta hand....

In this economy?? Yeah, right....I still like it though!!

To bad I only got an Epi 1275, it's not that much worse of a guitar, considering the price comparing....

So I'll stick with my Epi.

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Sheesh, that's expensive but SUCH A BEAUTIFUL GUITAR.

 

Frankly, though, I have no need for a double-neck, beautiful though it may be...I don't think the time will ever come where I have a reason to play a twelve-string, seeing as how I'm quickly turning into, as Neo once put it if I'm not mistaken, a "three-string power-chord hack."

 

Oh well.

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Exactly, I was thinking the same thing. The prices on some of these sig. models are getting way outta hand....

In this economy?? Yeah, right....I still like it though!!

To bad I only got an Epi 1275, it's not that much worse of a guitar, considering the price comparing....

So I'll stick with my Epi.

 

 

I agree with you on all points....and on my guitar list is an Epi double neck..........I already own a double neck 6/12, and a bass 4 / guitar 6 string guitars though......But I am a guitar whore......

 

So much better is buying a reg. guitar, and waiting for the opportunity to have it signed; usually saves around three to ten grand...........

 

About that new " Beano " Gibby, is that real, or a parody ??? And, wow, white looks SO good on some guitars.......Awel has a custom S.G. in Gibson Denim White.....very rare....

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Two strings.

 

[flapper]

 

 

Yeah, I'll be the first tell anybody that the double necks are cool, but they are tough to live with.

Considering I can't play a twelve for sh!t, it's a wonder I own two of them and lust after more...

 

 

I like the wiring mod on the Felder though.

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Two strings.

 

[flapper]

 

 

Yeah, I'll be the first tell anybody that the double necks are cool, but they are tough to live with.

Considering I can't play a twelve for sh!t, it's a wonder I own two of them and lust after more...

 

 

I like the wiring mod on the Felder though.

 

 

My twelve neck is tuned to an open A, and I can actually play both necks at the same time......and I know another Aspie who can do the same thing......Neo, I can play viola and chello and double bass, yet violins are beyond my range, yet I want another violin........hmmm.........Guitar 'lust' is good........I just got two new guitars......One's a 40 year old Epi solid body; I'm going to mod with new pickups, electronics, and a Bigsby...in disregards to 'collecters' value.........I ain't selling it..........I'm making it mine..........Double necks are great..........

 

I am off topic, my bad.............................so sorry....................................

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Two strings.

 

[flapper]

 

Oh, it was two strings!

 

No wonder I was having so much trouble nailing NeoConTone... [biggrin][flapper]

 

Yeah, I'll be the first tell anybody that the double necks are cool, but they are tough to live with.

Considering I can't play a twelve for sh!t, it's a wonder I own two of them and lust after more...

 

 

I like the wiring mod on the Felder though.

 

Well then...I guess it's not so strange for me to be lusting after so many guitars, despite the fact that, compared to so many on the forum, I frankly can't play worth a darn.

 

After a good four years or so, I've pretty much resigned to the fact that I'll never be any good. And yet I still play. And yet I still have GAS. It's irrational behavior, but it seems to hurt nobody. [thumbup] Speaking of which, the more I think about the Felder double-neck, the more I want it. #-o

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I never told ANYBODY my guitar habit made any sense.

 

Ten years ago, I bought my Cherryburst Les Paul.

After I picked it up from the store, I stopped by my office for something.

 

All the redneck crane operators (and a few truck drivers) crowded around my truck to see what I was doing.

Told them I was headed home to play with my new baby.

 

"A geetar??? What's so special about a geetar?"

 

Yes, a guitar.

So I pulled it outta the case to show it off.

Lotsa smiles, whistles and nods of approval.

 

"DAYUM!..... I bet THAT was expensive!!!!"

 

Yes, a little.

 

"So... um.... what does something like that cost?"

 

I told them, and the first thing one of them said was;

 

"Fxck me!!!" Do you play that good?"

 

No.

Does owning your new truck mean you're fxcking Mario Andretti?

 

From that day forward, I've referred to myself as a collector.

Takes away that whole "playing good" expectation, eh?

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