this is true. to put it simple, gibsons(most of them) are made with humbucking pickups which have a fuller thicker heavier tone. mostly geared for rock, heavy stuff, blues, etc.Edenbridge said:it all depends on what tone you want and everything........
dont buy buy name! Play em...try the cheaper ones youll be surprised...but if youve got bucks ya cant lose with a $2000 Gibson Les paulgiorgy_saldadze said:i wanna buy a guitar but i can't choose wich
gibson, or fender?
can you ppl help me?
giorgy_saldadze said:I am a beginner it’s been 5 month I started to learn playing, and now I wanna like get a better guitar and amp. But I only have 1000$ and I live in Georgia and its near Russia, here I can't buy a guitar, so I have to go to Germany for that.
And can you ppl help me choosing cool gear?
why not get a guitar and an amp? by the way theres nothing wrong with having small amp.giorgy_saldadze said:and if your talking to me, well..... i have a bullshit 10watt amp.
Well, you can loose the use of your arm after the weight of the guitar puts it to sleepaxeshredder said:
LOL it's 2005 not 1985 not everyone wants a floyd rose to do whammy dives . your welcome to a 700 buck jackson ! if you've ever owned a gibson and played it for a long period of time you'd realise how ridiculous that statement is .SemiShred said:yes you can : bad tuners, no floyd rose, heavey wood, not alot of different sounds ... 2000 $ wich can easaly be beaten by a 700$ Jackson
there is no music store here, in Georgia....(Naifuzan said:I totally agree with axe here. Dont decide on a certain guitar or brand before you've even played 'em.
The best way, I think, is to go to a music store and try out a bunch of guitars to see wich ones you like.