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Post: # 1407117Post Thom »

All the new stuff left handed :(
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Post: # 1407141Post kim »

Thom wrote:All the new stuff left handed :(
this

lefty jags are a must. I get it for the more 'obscure' guitars like the cyclone, toronado, cabronita, starcaster and bass VI etc but the jag, like the jazzmaster, is a fundamental.
Well the bass VI is a fundemental too, make a lefty !!!!
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sunshiner wrote:I want them to do a 425 Rickenbacker and a 450 12 string Rickcenbacker in two colours - Mapleglo and Fireglo
Need moar SGs too
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Hell yeah
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What about a Squier Coronanado? :oops: :shock:
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paul_ wrote:
sunshiner wrote:I want them to do a 425 Rickenbacker and a 450 12 string Rickcenbacker in two colours - Mapleglo and Fireglo
Need moar SGs too
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Post: # 1407162Post Noirie. »

Bunch of new Epiphones coming out next year. Tempted by a Riviera if I can scrap together monies.
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Post: # 1407163Post BearBoy »

Where have you seen those? Are they vintage style Rivieras, rather than the 3 pick up models with Bigsbys they've been selling for past few years?
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Source

Old style riveria.
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Post: # 1407165Post BearBoy »

Oooh. Wilshires, Crestwoods and Coronets too.
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Post: # 1407173Post sunshiner »

10 years ago they did a mini humbucker Riviera in red. It was in the booklet that came with my Wilshire and Thomann were selling them for a while. At around the same time Epiphone was making an absolutely gorgeous John Lee Hooker Sheraton with Gibson mini humbuckers but they were costly at the time, closer to $500 I think
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It says Coronets and Crestwoods have specifically designed for actual human beings to play C-necks
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sunshiner wrote:10 years ago they did a mini humbucker Riviera in red. It was in the booklet that came with my Wilshire and Thomann were selling them for a while. At around the same time Epiphone was making an absolutely gorgeous John Lee Hooker Sheraton with Gibson mini humbuckers but they were costly at the time, closer to $500 I think
lol I had the same booklet with both my Wilshires.

Christmas and my 27th coming up I'm gonna try get one. Failing that I'll setup a Kickstarter for one.
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I just want regular stuff like
32" scale P-Bass
27" scale 4 string baritone
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Post: # 1407181Post Bacchus »

I know you all love them, but Coronets and Wilshires are some of the worst looking guitars. They look like the guitar equivalent of roadkill.
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Post: # 1407200Post daftsupernova »

if they revived the mikey way mustang bass somehow i'd nut probably, i want a mustang bass with that phat ass humbucker in there, in the biggest sparkliest finishes
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Noirie. wrote:Bunch of new Epiphones coming out next year. Tempted by a Riviera if I can scrap together monies.
The guitar I've had the longest is a 90s Riviera absolutely great guitar - only guitar I owned from 1994 till 2005 - when I then went a bit guitar nuts...
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Post: # 1407210Post Noirie. »

Yeah I've seen yours. Full size humbuckers is a plus over the mini ones. They're quite rare now and expensive when they do pop up.

They are the best looking Epiphone semi acoustic. Wish I bought a MIJ 80's one when I had the chance.
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Post: # 1407212Post robroe »

New Gretsch taking away my squier money

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