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Review for: Ibanez Les Paul Copy
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Rating: 4.0
Comments:I've been playing for 11 years now. I've owned 3 Kramers, a Peavey, and a crap bass. I play hard metal, but can get bluesy too. I played this guitar straight through a Sunn Alpha 112P. I never got the chance to see what it would do on my current Fender 100 watt monster with all the effects, but with the amp distortion it was fairly tight and controled. I have played the $ 1000.00 plus Gibsons and the Epiphone equivilants. The best testimonial I could give this thing is that I would buy it over them. It's not any better, but it's not any worse either. My ideal guitars are the metal monsters of the 80's. I feel most comfortable with a Charvel/Jackson, Kramer, or newer Ibanez. There is a place in my heart for the LP design, however, and most of that is due to the fact that for the first year of my carrer, I played this guitar. There are a lot of cheap rip-offs of the Les Paul. This is not one of them. It's a REAL guitar. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Reviewer: Mark
Post Date:09/20/1998

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