Gibson Les Paul

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by kushe, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. kushe

    kushe New Member

    Hi,

    Does anyone know where I can buy a Gibson Les Paul (used or new) in India (pref Mumbai)?

    Thanks.
     
  2. zing

    zing Machine Head

  3. yazi

    yazi Banned

    Lets put it this way, if u need to ask the price, you can't afford it. BTW, Give us some pics if u get it.
     
  4. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    ummm try
    www.gigpad.com
    www.rsjonline.com
    and some other classifieds for second hand. I think if u want a new one you could call up ashutosh from bajaao.com and get it in through him. Btw if ur looking for Epiphone Les Pauls , two have already arrived. The Special II and the Les Paul 100. The prices arent up yet so you will have to wait. Just keep your eyes out at bajaao.com for the Epiphones...

    Good Luck,
    Shreyas
     
  5. TheDevil

    TheDevil Ruler of Hell

    ^^lol laney seems like uve gotten a partnership deal with ashu, fulto uppdated with the bajaao stocks and prices eh ;)
     
  6. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    hahha no...i think he's totally pissed off with me actually....i call him almost everyday and my sentence begins like this "hi...HAVE THE ESPS COME?????" lol...im feeling really bad now lol...and btw the ESPs have come...but some problems with customs or something....i should have mine by new years hopefully...
     
  7. kushe

    kushe New Member

  8. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

  9. kushe

    kushe New Member

    Thanks. Do you have his number?
     
  10. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    he's out of station right now......ill give u Ninad's number... u can ask him... tell him "shreyas" gave u his number 9870424047 . If ur not from bombay add a 0 before
     
  11. yazi

    yazi Banned

    Hey laney, any probs if I use that no. wid ur name as ref?
     
  12. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    yea sure....he just got back from a long and tiring trip i think....so u can call him ...
     
  13. kushe

    kushe New Member

    LP in India proving quite expensive and I'm beginning to have duobts about buying a guitar without trying it out.

    Am considering PRS SE Singlecut and PRS SE Custom from Furtados - any advice/inputs? Which one would you choose? My thing is mainly blues - guitar with "fat" sound for solos
     
  14. shak

    shak Harrr!

    SE's are budget guitars from PRS .. so basically in other words ... rubbish!
    they might look pretty with that PRS badge on em but i would recommend going for something else ..

    dunno your budget else i might have given some suggestions ..
     
  15. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    +1....PRS guitars are sucky....well not all sorry...the higher end ones are ownage...but the SEs are so not worth it.....but if u get a good one they are awesome...what im trying to say is...its a hit and miss case....u could get a piece of junk that will kill you over or a pretty good piece....dont go for one of those....maybe u could go for a EC400....priced at 44k...bloody awesome guitar...check it out
     
  16. kushe

    kushe New Member


    Thanks for the tip. Where can I check out the EC400? In Mumbai??
     
  17. kushe

    kushe New Member

    Also, how do you think the EC400 will be for blues solo playing - I want a mellow "fat" sound.
     
  18. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    well...im moving to blues too.....and i might be going for a EC400....got some advice from ppl saying the EMGs wont be that good for blues...but i guess with a half drained drained battery it should sound good :)....i donno....and as for trying out just wait a while....ill let u know when they come
     
  19. laneymaney

    laneymaney Banned

    and yea it has a fat tone...as far as i know :)
     
  20. thehundredthone

    thehundredthone New Member

    ^^ A half drained battery will sound like shit. The pickup is meant to be boosted. You will get hardly any sound from your guitar. It's not just the pickups, there is circuitry routed for the same purpose and that circuitry requires a good amount of power.
     

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