"I’ve always played Gibson acoustics—Hummingbirds, Sheryl Crow models, and Songwriter Deluxes. For electrics, I played Epiphone Wildkats for a long time, but last year Gibson built me two beautiful new electric guitars—a pink Gibson 339, and a black Les Paul Junior with a custom purple pick guard and truss rod cover." - Lambert about Epiphone WildKats.more
Love my Wildkat. She's metallic red, and her name is Scarlett. This guitar is an insane value, but I did have to swap a few things. For me, the Grover tuners and stock bridge were subpar, but I swapped to a roller bridge and auto trim tuners, so I'm set. You won't regret this guitar though, as long as your willing to put in a little bit of work!
I have this guitar and I love that it doesn't weigh a tonne. The P-90's are really cool, plenty of beef with clarity you just can't get from a humbucker. Tuning stability leaves a little bit to be desired but that's probably a Bigsby thing. Great rock n' roll guitar!
This guitar gets really aggressive when you turn up the gain. perfect for a bit of White Stripes.
only issue is the Bigsby that was used which has a history of causing tuning stability issues on any guitar it is put on. planning to fix this or make it hard tail.
First of all, this is the best guitar I have ever owned so far. I have had it for around a year and it's held up nicely. It's a quality instrument despite the tuning problems a Bigsby can have, retuning your guitar once a week should keep you in check. Overall, I'll give it a 8/10 solely because there are better guitars out there but this is an exceptional instrument and I recommend it to those who aren't loaded.
Super nice for a low priced semi hollow. Plays great, the Dogear P90s are super impressive. Overall a very very versatile guitar along with the bigsby this one was a no brainer when I found it for under $400 brand new at a local guitar show. It was the perfect time for me to add a semi-hollow to the arsenal.