Epiphone needs more of this...

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Their music might not be your cup of tea, but these guitars deserve to be seen and played on large stages. Not just "oh here's a budget version of my Gibson custom shop version" sorry Jerry/Slash...

 

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Good point. It made me remember this thing I read about him in Ultimate Guitar (could be the same thing you posted, I don't have enough time to watch right now).

This guy can do all the things he needs to do with this guitar. It's perfect for him and he should have a 'high end' model too, but he's like the majority of us and doesn't really care about headstock logo. But you mentioned the Cantrell / Slash thing and I understand that too. I mean if Gibson signed you to a deal that made Custom Shop, USA line, and Epi models, which do you think you would play on stage? I guess you gotta rock the big boy just because they hooked you up right?

I've never gotten into Trivium but Matt seems like a badass player. He probably loves Epi because they give him the freedom to put out multiple models of sigs, which is pretty cool for a non-JB/Slash kinda guy. 👍
 

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And the thing is to get them OUT there. Not just wanking on YouTube clips.

Like my man here straps it on shameless and kicks ass. 😉



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Hell yeah. I've got a P93 and it's such a fun guitar. Did he put a Varitone on his? That must have been quite the challenge.

Here's the one I have:

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