Multi Epiphone Owner

cmiri

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I started with Epiphone in 2009. I have since owned a Epi Les Paul standard 2009, a Sorrento reissue, a Sheraton ll pro, Nighthawk reissue and a Special l with p90's. I bought a used 2015 Gibson les paul special double cut which I do like a lot. Now recently I bought a Gretsch double jet on sale. Returned in 3 weeks. Bought a Fender player Strat and took sometime to get used to it but...you know I really prefer the necks on my Epi's. Ill keep the Fender and the Gibby still fond of my Epiphones. Anyone else have that same situation?
 

Noodling Guitars

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..you know I really prefer the necks on my Epi's. Ill keep the Fender and the Gibby still fond of my Epiphones. Anyone else have that same situation?
*raises hand*

Part of it is also because I grew up and learned how to play guitar on Epis (and Fenders). When I pick up a Les Paul, even if my eyes want to see a Gibson, my hands tell me they want to feel an Epi - so my day to day pick up guitar naturally are Epi LPs.
 

Paulbf70

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I started with Epiphone in 2009. I have since owned a Epi Les Paul standard 2009, a Sorrento reissue, a Sheraton ll pro, Nighthawk reissue and a Special l with p90's. I bought a used 2015 Gibson les paul special double cut which I do like a lot. Now recently I bought a Gretsch double jet on sale. Returned in 3 weeks. Bought a Fender player Strat and took sometime to get used to it but...you know I really prefer the necks on my Epi's. Ill keep the Fender and the Gibby still fond of my Epiphones. Anyone else have that same situation?
I love epi's but I also have other makes, I have 3 other electrics and a Yamaha fg200 acustic, I am picking a epi acustic up soon.when I am practicing I will start on my strat but I will always end up with 1 of my epi's.
 


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