#1
Between a used Dean VX and one of the Douglas ones Rondomusic sells for $120, assuming the Douglas isn't one of their bad stock, which V would have better playability, construction, and hardware? I played the Dean at my local GC earlier, and it wasn't that bad. Which one is more likely to be a decent instrument (with a little work, paint, new pups, mods, tuners, etc)? I ask because I have no experience with this Douglas thing.
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#2
im not sure, im a bit biased to the dean...
i wouldnt recommend buying any guitar under $500...
same as UK wouldnt recommend an ibanez lower than a 4xx series or a schecter under the hellraiser..
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#3
I'm just making a noise-rock thing. Goal is to stay under $200 and give me something to do over winter break. So don't worry about the money, I'm just trying to find something usable but not great and hella cheap
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#4
noise rock?
if its purely for ****ing up..by all means get what feels worst
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#5
Well it's not quite for ****ing up. I'm planning on doing a Black Ice overdrive thing, and swapping out the humbies for a P-90 in the neck and a guitarfetish Vintage Hot humbucker in the bridge. THEN it's for ****ing up. So I want to be able to play it, I just don't really want to spend much money buying it as it won't become a main axe. Which is also why I'm getting a V instead of a real people shape haha. It's mainly for fun.
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#6
gotcha...well then
im biased to deans.. so i say dean as they seem good in their low end series!
p90 in neck + hb in bridge...big range, big wiring job :P
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