#1
Damn i havent found a new guitar to buy....I want a fixed bridge metal guitar which i can use for some years. I know have a rgr321ex and want something with a similar neck. not sure about the pickups. i will use it with a pod xt live so actives would be bad? i looked at the rg fixed series but couldnt really find what i was looking for. i also looked at schecters esps and jacksons. im gonna get crazy
#3
I recommended it last time, I'll recommend it again.

MIM HSS strat. It can do metal. Give it a shot at least before crossing it off.
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#4
Im not crossing it off and maybe the different guitar im looking for is a fender since im starting to like them these days but it has 21 frets and also the neck is not bad but different than what i used to play. what other fenders can i get?
#6
hmm...
could look at Les Pauls...
the back ones are very metal...
other than that Schecters are probably right for what you want...
#7
Well i can spend like 800-900 dollars i guess. i want 24 frets strat or superstrat shape would be good and a bit different finish not just simple black or that kind of thing. and no floyd rose. btw i live in turkey and prices are much more here and i need a fast neck like a ibanez wizard II which i use right now. les pauls and schecters have baseball bats they say...
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#8
Quote by blind.quardian
Im not crossing it off and maybe the different guitar im looking for is a fender since im starting to like them these days but it has 21 frets and also the neck is not bad but different than what i used to play. what other fenders can i get?


Well, Yngwie Malmsteen is an instrumental shredder and needs more frets than most guitarists, but he uses a strat, so as long as your creative 21 should be fine. I understand the neck though, adjusting to new thicknesses is always strange a few days.

As for other Fenders, if you spend $200 more you can get one of these; HH, 22 frets and made in Japan. If you want a single-coil and/or a tremolo though, try a Mustang. This thing is apparently good for metal, and gives you the acoustic possibilities of a semihollow with an HH config. If you spend $740 though, pull out the extra $10 and get thus; US-made, 22 frets and a versatile HSS config plus a tremolo .
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#10
Thanks for all your comments. necrosis i thought you would talk about malmsteaen but when i try to play a children of bodom song i will always be limited.