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My first guitar was the Gibson ES140 but I do like the SGs
Pros, Dot finger board a junior, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, Rhythm pick at 24th fret, Solid Electronics, Tighned truss strait neck
good first guitar. lightweight. cheap switch. black finish is nice. its worth $150 [ read more on Audiofanzine ]
"The worn cherry finish on this low-cost pretender certainly looks the SG part, and the lack of a scratchplate and the zebra open-coil pickups add the right air of quiet aggression. Let's see..."
I bought this unit in a shop in Dublin, because I was sick of my Squier breaking down every time I tried to use it. I also wanted a lighter guitar, and one which actually responded to a distortion pedal. Job done for 250 Euro....about $175.
It was recommended to me highly by Guitar Center and others.....but I think I will stick to Gibson or Fender....
I have been playing for a number of years, but am by no means Pete Townshend. However, I do own several electric guitars - Epi Les Paul custom, Gibson Les Paul standard (double cut), 70's Fender Strat and a semi-hollow body. This guitar is very unique vs the others.
Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, P90's Are Incredible, Solid Electronics
I didn't purchase this one from this site, but recently bought one from a local guitar store and wanted to add my two cents... I'll say first I'm a fairly recent return to guitars after a long time of not playing, and when I got back into it I purchased several different mid-high / mid priced...
Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, Great For The, Solid Electronics
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I play anything from metal to blues, and this guitar does better in clean than distorted, its too pricy to put new hum buckers in, might as well buy a better guitar, which is what I'm doing. I've been playing for a year and a bit now.
It works great for a variety of music, the highs and mids are nice, but for super bassy chug-chug stuff it falters a bit, it sounds muddy with the rhythm setting. I've been playing guitar for about 2-3 years, with no actual teaching.
Overall I think this is a great beginner guitar if your playing rock and metal and don't have enough money for a . If I ever lost it I don't think I would get another because I'm more into different styles of music. My old electric was some crap Ashton and this is by far better.
Just came UPS yesterday--I bought the cherry one, because everyone should have one. I did want to see the wood underneath the finish, and I am not disappointed. It looks like ONE piece of mahogany. I can't believe it. I love the 61 slender neck.
This is easily the worst guitar ever! I bought the Cherry. I have played guitar 5 years and I thought this would be a good guitar to add to my collection! Wrong. When I unwrapped it it looked great Then I plugged it in to my amp and the whole imput jack completly came out of my guitar.
Overall this guitar is great, espically for the price its sounds and plays great like other guitars way above its level. I've played for a few years now and I own this and an ibanez, I bought this one as a second guitar that was more suitable for other styles as well as being a back up.
I walked into a music store needing something quality and inexpensive with a good tone and was easy to play. I had been borrowing someone's Fender Squire strat and needed this to lead worship at my church. This guitar was inexpensive and sounded great, and it was easy to play.
- Body: mahogany
Neck: Hard maple
Neck Profile: SlimTaper "D"
Neck Joint: Bolt-on w/tapered heel, 4-bolt recessed
Scale length: 24.75"
Fingerboard: rosewood with "dot" inlays
Nut width: 1.68
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Neck Pickup: 650R humbucker
Bridge Pickup: 700T humbucker
Pickguard: 2-layer, black/white
Controls: 1-master volume, 1 master-tone with KillPot
Bridge: LockTone Tune-O-Matic
Tuners: Premium 14:1
- KillPot switch
- LockTone tune-o-matic bridge