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Old 09-28-2015, 11:22 PM   #1
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About Explorer

I've always wanted an Explorer from Gibson. I mean there are lots of Explorer-esque alternatives from ESP and Ibanez and all that but I cant like those designs with rougher edges. but Gibson stopped making normal Explorer a while ago, and I was seriously bummed!! The last time I saw real (and new) Explorer was like 2011-ish and it was at Guitar center. Because of this, i seriously considered of buying Ibanez Destroyer (it is cheaper, definitely so budget-wise, it could've been better).

But, Gibson is bringing back normal Explorer back for 2016! I'm so happy and again i have new aspiration to save up for! what do you guys think? I know it's not Edge-authentic Ex. as it is not equipped with Bill Lawrence-made pups and it probably wont have natural finish as an option. but I'm still excited.
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oh here's the link to Anderton's. Gibson 2016 Explorer T in Ebony | Andertons
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