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WHITE vs CHERRY RED?

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Although I'm not a huge fan of red guitars (I'm not going to go there right now), in this case, red is the iconic color for this model.

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absolutely RED !!

 

that white is just a grime/dirt magnet waiting to show off how dirty it is........ [thumbdn]

 

edit: with the trans-cherry, at least you can see the grain of the wood.

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absolutely RED !!

 

that white is just a grime/dirt magnet waiting to show off how dirty it is........ [thumbdn]

 

edit: with the trans-cherry, at least you can see the grain of the wood.

 

 

I first went with my parents to get the cherry red, and for some reason I wasn't feeling satisfied or even excited to start playing it. The guy at the store had showed me the guitar out of the packaging to make sure it was the right color and thats when I started having second thoughts. When I opened it at home I immediately knew I couldn't take the cherry color. It was too dark of a red and the transparency which made the grain of wood visible made the guitar look like a vintage guitar, and I wanted a more modern rock/ solid color guitar. I ended up exchanging it for the white and it is sooooo much better looking in my opinion. The white makes the hardware stand out and just has a more les paul look to it. The red is too dark and makes it look sort of cheap. I am so much more satisfied with the white than the red.

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