Hi guys,
According to you what's the best guitar for progressive rock for a price under 700$ (300£?
Anything with a Sustainer...but idk if they do some under 700$

Icing happen when de puck come down, BANG, you know,
before de oder guys, nobody dere, you know.
My arm go comme ça, den de game stop den start up.

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anything really, progressive isnt very picky
however once i get the funds together http://thumbnail.image.rakuten.co.jp/@0_mall/ebisound/cabinet/guitar_edwards/e-cy-165ctm.jpg

BAM! 27 frets of pure awesome
an SG with P-90s. put a DiMarzio super distortion in the neck and you can do ANYTHING! and define prog rock. prog rock in the style of yes and asia is gonna be different from prog rock in the style of dream theater
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Last edited by Gundam pilota09 at Nov 22, 2008,
Can Epiphone les Paul Standard be a good choice for progressive rock?
I heard that you can't even reach 20 case of high E!!!!!
The Epi LP should be a good choice. The higher fret access can be a bit of a trouble for some though. In that case, you should look at a nice Ibanez/Fender Strat/Schecter/Jackson

everything with humbuckers work, sort of.
Brigadier of the 7-string legion. 7>6

Fender Telecaster
Schecter Damien 7
Engl Fireball
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I don't like ibanez and fender strat can't handle hi-distorsion!!!!

since when?

Last edited by stephen_rettie at Nov 22, 2008,
Well for me is for blues. When it comes to progressive rock i think they aren't the best for that but Agile or Tokai Les Paul are better than epi ones????