Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by hookakat1, Sep 26, 2008.
I'm not normally big on signature models but man, the Angus Young SG is just so damn sexy.
Recently found an early SRV Strat that has me all happy on strats again. Who knew?
I like the looks of the Les Paul signature model.
Does Hello Kitty count?
The only one I own is an MIM Muddy Waters, so I guess that would have to be it.
I know this gets argued about, and I won't, but I consider Les Pauls to be a higher level than a signature model, almost like saying any Fender is signature Leo Fender model, so I don't count those. I actually think it kind of cheapens Les Paul's contribution to the creation of the guitar. Just my opinion.
I agree completely.
I'm partial to my Johnny A.:
I like the Greg Koelling Telecaster.
splain the bridge to me...
low a goes through a ferrule in the back of the body. hardtail. more boomph. also enables the trem to work with 2 springs. everybody wins!
who makes your guitar, matte?
Reverend Gil Parris. I've owned this for a couple of months now. It's versatile, the setup was perfect right out of the case, and it feels and plays like a well broken in guitar.....plus it's inexpensive.
BTW, I bought an SRV strat back in 1995 and just sold it a to a good friend about a year ago. It was a really nice guitar, but I actually preferred my G&L Legacy.
Matte, you're my new hero.
Um, low E?
low a. i'm a 7 string guy.
The one that I let get away. A 1967 Epiphone Howard Roberts.
My EJ is such a nice guitar, so toneful and resonant.
Hard to argue with a Les Paul, hello! classic.
I love my warren haynes inspired by les paul, i spoke to warren a few weeks ago told him i have his paul and we spoke for about a half hour about it,he said he felt funny about doing one because like some of you have said its les pauls guitar and warren in no way is dissin les that why he did an inspired by not a signature model