Re: Epiphone LP - Standard or Studio

alright mate, here ya go. the Epi lp studio, i think, has a bolt on neck, and is in general a pretty low quality instrument. next step up, the standard. it's a good guitar, set neck, binding. i had one a few years back, and it treated me well. then you have the custom. asstetically, a beautiful guitar. but when it comes down to it, it's the same set up as a standard, set neck, same pu's. but, it is a great looking guitar that plays well. now personally, i'd steer clear of the goth lp. actually, my advice to you is, if you have the money, get a gibson lp studio, or if you really want an lp but don't have the money, save for one. i have a '96 gibson studio, and i wouldn't trade it for the world. great great great guitar. now, you said you don't have much experience, so you'd probably wanna look at a more inexpensive model(which kinda defeats the purpose of the gibson studio, but i figured that guitar gets knocked down enough, so i needed to stand up for it :)} might i suggest a mid 90's squier? now hear me out. the guitars squier makes now, i think, are piss-poor instruments. however, the ones they made in the mid 90's, though not of american quality, are still really good guitars. that's what my first guitar was, a '94 squier. still have it, and still use it. so those are my suggestions to you, mate. if you've anymore questions, please, feel free to email me, i love talkin' guitars! peace out.


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