"I picked that up in the same batch as the ES-334, from the same gentleman, and you plug that into a Marshall and it’s Angus Young. My guitar tech, when I’m out with Staind, likes to name the guitars so it makes it easier for him to know which one he is grabbing. With there being little light on stage, they all have these little labels on the side of the headstock with the name on them, and the name of this guitar is Angus. You plug it in and it sounds like Angus Young."Taken from a discussion with Aaron Lewis in a [Gibson article](http://www2.gibson.com/News-Lifestyle/Features/en-us/aaron-lewis-0820.aspx).more
"As far as a collector's deal goes, it's not really worth, ah, it doesn't have a lot of value that way because somebody took the finish off of it. It's just this raw type of wood with oil rubbed on it and, ah, somebody also put, ah, this bridge on it, and see those drill holes there, they kind of took off the original bridge. So that all decreases the value of the guitar." This item can be seen 2:05 into this video.more
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