#2
What do you play?

As a generality: Rock = SG, Metal = Schecter
Be specific.
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#3
well i play a little of everything so i need a versatile guitar but i love playing with heavy distortion
#4
I would say an SG is a pretty versatile guitar. From what I have seen a lot of people have used SGs for both rock and metal. There are quite a few youtube videos of both.
#7
if its an sg standard then yes, if not standard or above then no
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#8
Depends on what SG it is,if its higher end then the SG

If its like a faded or something then I'd go with the Hellraiser,especially if its the model with the 81tw/89 set in it.

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#9
does anybody know if i can get a really good clean tone out of the hellraiser cause the one i was looking at at guitar center had a broken input so i couldn't play it but i played a standard Gibson Sg and really liked it and it sounds pretty good with distortion
Last edited by Chargerfan205 at Dec 16, 2008,