- Jan 28, 2013
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This leads nowhere. I am talking from my personal experience or my close friends guitar player friends, i have bohemian SG epi and i spoke with the luthier from the company who worked there from 80s when they were making harmonicas ,violins or whatever and worked there after they stopped doing guitars for Epiphone. The plant wasnt that short lived. It was from 96 until 03.
On the other hand, do you have personal experience with the Czech made Epiphones, do you have one? I am from Slovakia i know how it works here we have been Czechoslovakia with Czech republic, i was born to Czechoslovakia.
And also on the other hand you just speculate.
Its pointless to continue because whenever i say something first hand, you "logically" try to debunk it.
Anyway, bees also doesnt waste their time explaining flies why honey is better than sh*t.
I am out of this sorry
I'm sorry logic offends you. I am not speculating any more than you are. Word of mouth is not evidence, especially from a source with a personal investment in the subject. If I've learned anything over the years in regards to guitars, it's that people love to exaggerate and weave stories. Every story you hear should be treated with skepticism because very few turn out to be true if you actually know what you're looking at. Reality is mundane and most guitars are just mass-produced. That's not a bad thing. Everybody wants their guitar to be special in some way but they rarely are.