Yeah, I always thought the Slash Les Paul was kinda over the top, having two artists as signatures.Exactly.....it's the original signature guitar. Having two names on it is kinda asinine. Sort of like owning a Porsche Corvette.
that thing is cool though...a 336? or whatever it is. I dont even like Gibson and I want one.I'm tired of sig guitars too. They're almost as boring as relics. Seriously, a Kiefer Sutherland sig guitar?!
The only sig guitar that I'd be interested in is the J. Marr Jaguar because of the functional changes made to the guitar, not because of fanboyism. And it seems Fender isn't going to charge any more for it than their AVRI series.
Yeah, the op had me until he mentioned Kossoff as deserving of a sig model. I agree that most of these signature models are silly. The Steve Jones LP Custom? It has modern ceramic pickups in it, which I'm guessing are not what he had in his. But it does have the tone inducing pinup girls.Tiny Montgomery said:I love Paul Kossoff's playing, but is he really the most notable Les Paul player you can think of? You may be somewhat myopic.
Does that even make sense?Exactly.....it's the original signature guitar. Having two names on it is kinda asinine. Sort of like owning a Porsche Corvette.
...I have decided he's worthy...
Does my opinion really matter no. But. This is a gear discussion page! This dude has valid thoughts u do to share them! Don't just post something like LOL... maybe share some constructive criticism or something. If your gonna be negative at least give ppl your brilliance to judge too...
Haha thanks dude! I def have no place to tell others what is worthy or not so I definitely make it clear when its just my opinion. But seriously... Im right.Dashface said:This is the part that I think causes all the trouble in these threads
Luckily, and unlike the others around here, you added the following:
So good on ya