Is it just me or are these Gibson guitars becoming more and more a work of art rather than a workhorse instrument? For that kind of money why the hell would I want to risk any damage to it? I’d be best off protecting it by encasing it for display. I tried testing one at musiansfriends and it’s hard to stop playing it. I really love it. I chose an amp I never heard of before Line 6 Spider IV 120w . It’s a modeling amp. What that basically means is artists have put their presets into the amp so when you play their songs it will sound the same. I should of just bought a marshall half stack tube amp. But what do you do. Anyway back to the guitar. It’s a keeper. I will play it all the time, and will probably keep it for years after I buy one. I will play just about everything on it. It sound awesome playing metal, all the way down to G&R, or James Taylor. No complaints I’m sure you’ll love yours too.
Gibson is by far my favorite guitar company. It’s my favorite guitar to play because so many specs are literally PERFECT and it feels exactly like a guitar is supposed to feel.