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Does someone here own one? How do they compare to the Fender American strat? Is it worth saving the few hundred bucks?
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Yeah, I was going to say that they're great and to pick one up, but he's right. You're better off just spending the extra coin and picking up a used American G&L. Very well worth the money, I would absolutely pick up a used American G&L over an American Fender standard.They're surprisingly decent guitars... But With the price of used G&L's so low, it's hard to justify buying the Tribute.
Thanks, I will mainly use it for recording some ideas. My go-to guitar is my Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro with split coils, but this summer I want to get something lighter and different for the summer. I'll probably go direct to the max using my apogee one and the garage band amp simulator.If your dead set on new and putting every little wear mark in it your self, and your budget it tight. Buy the tribute. If you don't mind lightly worn used, hold out for a good deal on a USA built. In my opinion you can't go wrong either way, the tributes are exceptional for the money.