Great guitars indeed. I have a 2017 one also, and it holds up pretty well to my gibsons. I compared it to a US tremonti in the store and both me, my friend who was there with me and the store owner thought the SE played and sounded so good that the price difference was not worth buying the 3000 euro version.I had a charcoal SE Tremonti Custom I regret getting rid of. Was a '17 one they did when they did the whole SE line revamp.
You mean the les paul modern?By the family shot of the Les Pauls it looks like he's still got the space covered in the same mandala flags they had in that Royal Atlantic demo video.
Interesting move if this is true. The gold top has appeared in different videos and been on records over the years. His control layout on the Jackson is similar to what you can put on a Les Paul, too.
But I don't see him playing a Les Paul live. He's always favored some kind of Jackson from what I have seen besides the Framus stuff. Seems he's preferred lighter guitars on stage.
Maybe it's time for a decked out Les Paul Standard with bely cut and other modern appointments. But that would look like an ESP Eclipse, wouldn't it?
Hmm... the Axcess I can take. But the Lite's feel off to me. Something about the smaller/flatter body and big headstock that I don't like...They did that with the LPC Lite and Axcess.
I mean we talked about it earlier, but in regards to "lack of innovation", the Dominion was pretty much a melted Les Paul.Honestly did ANYONE see this coming? After numerous reports of troubled artist relations, bankruptcies, lack of innovation and interesting products.... a mass exodus TO Gibson?
https://www.jacksonguitars.com/en-GB/mark-morton-bio.html are you sure? I found him on the roster page and it seems to work fine for me!Something is definitely happening. If you click on the guitars under the artist roster page, it brings up a message saying info no longer available.