Re: Epiphone Wildcat
- From: "No Name" <noname@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2005 13:55:35 GMT
"Guncho" <cgunter@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Rob Duncan wrote:
>> "Jim Anable" <jim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > Guncho wrote:
>> >> Harold Schultz wrote:
>> >>>Anyone have an opinion on the Epiphone Wildcat? Looks like a great
>> >>>and seems to made well and has P90's. Any opinions?
>> >> It's no Gibson.
>> >> CHris
>> > Have you played one? If so, when?
>> Hes an idiot. Why do you waste our time with him?
> I still do not see what is so inflammatory about saying Gibson guitars
> are better than Epiphone guitars.
> I really don't get it.
> That is the way the companies are set up. It seems like common
> knowledge to me.
> Epiphone is owned by Gibson.
> This does not mean that Epiphones "suck" or are "crappy" it just means
> that model for model Gibson's are better guitars.
Chris, it has nothing to do with Gibson vs. Epiphone. The OP wasn't asking
for a comparison on the two, he was asking for opinions on the wildcat -
most likely hoping that someone who has tried them out will share their
thoughts. Your comment, whether you meant it to be or not, was elitist, rude
and misplaced. I have read a few of your comments and I get the sense that
you are an ok guy who just puts his foot in his mouth sometimes. A lot of
your thoughts and opinions are actually really good. You just come across a
bit harsh sometimes.
So, have you tried out the wildcat? Any thoughts?
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