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2 questions:

 

1.  can't tell from the pic, but how do you have the toggle switches set on the prunes n custard?  I always went back and forth on these.  

2.  interesting Rat settings.  Looks like you've got it set really bright with almost no distortion.  I am going to have to try that setting.  I was about to take the rat off my board.  It just has no low end compared to the Joyo Ultimate Drive (OCD rip-off) I got.

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Nice!

Love the color, too.

 

Yeah, that is a sharp looking guitar. I really love the color too. At first I thought it was an SG. Can't quite make out the model, what is it?

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Yeah, upon closer inspection definitely an Epiphone. I'm guessing it's the Epiphone SG Custom with Maestro Tremolo (Limited Edition):

 

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-sg-custom-with-maestro-electric-guitar

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Yeah, it is indeed an Epi

Sort of a knock-off of the Tweedy guitar. Contemplating getting a white pick guard and a truss rod cover that says "tweedy" to make it a true knock off. :lol 

It plays well. My husband got a great deal on it too. 

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Yeah, it is indeed an Epi

Sort of a knock-off of the Tweedy guitar. Contemplating getting a white pick guard and a truss rod cover that says "tweedy" to make it a true knock off. :lol

It plays well. My husband got a great deal on it too. 

 

Very cool and congrats.  Epiphones are good guitars, especially for the price.  Maybe if you right a nice letter to Gibson they will send you a tweedy truss rod cover.

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Epiphones are good guitars, especially for the price. 

 

They really are.  I really should be playing my 94 strat more often at shows because it weighs half as much and is probably worth 2 or 3 times more, but I just can't put my Epi Les Paul Custom down.. 

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the true worth of a guitar isn't determined by the price tag.  I love my cheapo Danelectro 59DC RI.

I'm Danelectro crazy myself! And not just because Nels Cline is Jerry Jones/Danelectro crazy too either ;)

I always wait to get great deals on them (you can find them really, really cheap if you wait for it...)...soooo... I currently have a Silver Sparkle '59 reissue DC-3 (3 pick-up version of the DC-59), a Silver Sparkle DC Bass, a Black DC-12 String, & a Butterscotch Blonde '56 reissue Baritone- which is U2 model guitar shaped, or if you prefer Dolphin Bass shaped. ...the total cost for all 4 was just under $1000, & they sound like a million bucks...which, of course, is priceless :)

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Ahhhhh... I love the smell of a new guitar... Smells like... Victory. 

 

Very beautiful, Moss. I love Martins: classy, classic style. Is it a D-28?

 

Sort of.  It's a HD-28E Retro.  We play so many gigs at the local microbreweries I had to get something with the built in pick ups.  It sounds amazing.  The tone is so thick and rich you could drizzle it over pancakes!

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