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Discussion in 'Technical Side of Things' started by nickurso, Jan 10, 2017.
....or guitar toupee
Saw this on Facebook today
Lol, um, why?
Probably the same reason some Gretsch players cover up the Electromatic logo on the headstock lol ... never understood the need to do that
Quite easy....want the Gibson real deal look but not pay for it...as i suspect that they showing it with a Epiphone logo...and the intention is that there is Gibson logos...
He'll probably sell a bunch of them!
Good luck with that, I have 3 Epis with those headstocks and they're all a bit different.
Oh, and why?!
I lot of people like epiphone guitars but don't like the look of the headstock
I wouldn't add one but I bet there are a bunch of people that would
The world has gone crazy. Definitively.
Well,it looks a lot better to me,i don't like that Epi head on there Gibson type models,i have no problem with it on Sheratons,Casinos ,Broadways etc..
On the larger pic,Its just more aesthetically pleasing, to my eye at least.
And i would never change the logo to Gibson.
This is how some of them sell in Japan, so why not world wide.
Not for me but really, it is not any different than all the other decorations and knick knacks we stick on our guitar, trees, walls, etc.
I really like the headstock of my Sheraton.
Exactly a lot of people just don't like the epi Les Paul's like that and I agree the sheratons etc look great
Isn't that a beatle ?
I was going to post the Trump version but didn't want to be politically insensitive!
Looks like a toupet and a facelift.
I can understand why some people would want this, but for me, I'm fine that I'm playing an Epiphone LP. I won't be taking it to a professional stage, so it really doesn't matter to me anyway. Besides I can always upgrade an Epi, and still come in under what I would pay for a Gibson.
It's trying to be something it isn't. If you're ashamed of an Epi, save your money and get a Gibson. I'm not ashamed of my Electromatic or Historic---they both still say Gretsch and I don't have to glue a cheesy wood bit to them.
I have an EPI Les Paul and I love the thing. It plays great, lokks great and frankly is great. Why should I care that the headstock doesn't have pointy bits? It's more to get chipped anyway.