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Discussion in 'Epiphone Guitars' started by Paruwi, Jan 20, 2015.
‘05 G-310 which was my first guitar I just changed it to look like Angus Young’s 1970 SG Custom
My 1995 Sheraton, font and back:
I've been seeing some hairy headstocks around here lately. Easy to fix.
My first Epiphone...
Love the neck on this thing!
Here's my Epiphone Wilshire 1966 faded Re-issue
'04 ZW Custom w/Dimarzio PAF Pro / X2N. I am smitten with this one.
My two humble semi-hollows, both Korean:
It's hard to tell from the pic, but the Dot is actually more of a reddish burst. Here's a better pic:
It's a Dot Deluxe in fact, some one-off "custom shop" (??) series they made for GC a few years ago. I stripped the gold hardware finish down to the nickel and put StewMac Parson's Street humbuckers in it. GREAT pickups, and it's really a great guitar. The Sheraton II is completely stock and sounds amazing.
A Joe Pass I'm working on, trying to find good pickups for (also Korean):
I changed the tailpiece to the plain style, and am going to completely redo the wiring. I have some GFS Dream 180 pickups lying around that I'm going to try in it, mainly just out of curiosity, and if that doesn't work, I'm going to go with HB-sized P-90s.
I've played some really good chinese Epis, but there's just something about these Korean models. I really like them.
Since I never got around to posting full pics of my Epiphones, other than a small group shot in my intro thread, here are the 3 that are living with me.
2011 Les Paul Special
2006 Les Paul Custom
2005 Les Paul LQ Series
Here's a pic of my Dot
You need to wack the top of that cabinet to the right, to realign doors and drawers. But move the beautiful guitar first
Yeah, I know it's something that I keep meaning to do but never get around to. Too much gear in there is one reason but I will do it one day.
like the modifications . . .