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« on: 01/03/2009 18:19:37 »
Oh dear. That guitar had a slightly out of tune top E. How lax!


 

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« Reply #1 on: 01/03/2009 21:21:28 »
Very true.  First time out of it's case in a few years though, so I thought it had held it well...
 

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« Reply #2 on: 01/03/2009 21:53:02 »
In that case you are forgiven  ;D
 

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« Reply #3 on: 01/03/2009 22:01:25 »
It's an Epiphone Les Paul, and it really needs a good clean.  We kept having to stop recording beacuse of the noise from the dodgy jack connection.  I was very impressed with Dave's set up though, especially the fact that he really did get a decent harmony from just knowing the physics behind it.
 

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« Reply #4 on: 02/03/2009 23:15:04 »
Not a bad guitar. Epiphones are made by Gibson and share a lot of technology with their more esteemed cousins. The main difference between the Epi LP and the Gibbo is that the neck is glued rather than screwed. The PUs are bog-standard Gibbo humbuckers.
 

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