#1
I need something in the £300-£450ish price range that can handle anything from soft blues to heavy metal. Has to have a tremolo and 24 frets.
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#2
a kirk hammett esp is a good choice or a jackson
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#6
Jacksons the way forward
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#7
Quote by vamprocker
a kirk hammett esp is a good choice or a jackson


Yeah, ive been thinking about a jackson for ages but the thing is, i dont know which one!
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#8
You may like a Washburn X50pro e or whatever they be called.

Fixed bridge, real SDuncan humbuckers (59 and custom), coil tap I think, nice neck, nice finishes...

£300
#9
Something by Dean Always good. Not sure about the 24 frets though...
#13
ESP LTDs I'd say. Should be able to get a decent M series stuff.
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#15
Quote by vegetable-jim
a Jackson Dinky sounds like what you need


Yeah, I was just checking that out a minute ago, but would it be able to do soft stuff like blues and jazzy stuff?
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#16
Quote by GunsN'tallica
Yeah, I was just checking that out a minute ago, but would it be able to do soft stuff like blues and jazzy stuff?


Yeah, ive got a DK2 myself and it can do whatever you want
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#17
Quote by vegetable-jim
a Jackson Dinky sounds like what you need

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/dk-2/10964


i agree a dinky is what you need
my guitars:
~Epiphone: Zakk wylde- custom bullseye
~Dean cadillac select
~JACKSON: JS30-RR-RANDY RHOADS
~epiphone: Les Paul Special-II
~crestwood: acoustic electric
~rogue: acoustic guitar
~Kay: electric Guitar strat body style (my 1st guitar)
#18
Quote by Ep1986
i agree a dinky is what you need


Hmm...what about a Jackson KE3, seems decent.
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#19
i've never played a KE3 but id say its a good guitar.
my guitars:
~Epiphone: Zakk wylde- custom bullseye
~Dean cadillac select
~JACKSON: JS30-RR-RANDY RHOADS
~epiphone: Les Paul Special-II
~crestwood: acoustic electric
~rogue: acoustic guitar
~Kay: electric Guitar strat body style (my 1st guitar)
#20
Quote by Ep1986
i've never p[layed a KE3 but id say its an good guitar


So, that or the dinky? Theyve each got their ups and downs to me

edit:
Does anyone know where i could get this for just a tad cheaper?
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/dk2s/1245
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#21
jackson makes some great guitars! the one you want is really up 2 you.
my guitars:
~Epiphone: Zakk wylde- custom bullseye
~Dean cadillac select
~JACKSON: JS30-RR-RANDY RHOADS
~epiphone: Les Paul Special-II
~crestwood: acoustic electric
~rogue: acoustic guitar
~Kay: electric Guitar strat body style (my 1st guitar)
#22
Ok, well, getting away from Jackson, any other brands?
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#25
Quote by GunsN'tallica
Its alright, but would it be able to handle blues?


ah crap sorry probably not
look into a guitar with h/s/h
EDIT: http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-S470DXQM-Electric-Guitar?sku=519933

get that one, and then later on the road switch the pups, maybe like an x2n in the bridge, 59 in the neck, and a texas special in the middle.
ultra versatility
#26
Quote by stratdud39
ah crap sorry probably not
look into a guitar with h/s/h
EDIT: http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-S470DXQM-Electric-Guitar?sku=519933

get that one, and then later on the road switch the pups, maybe like an x2n in the bridge, 59 in the neck, and a texas special in the middle.
ultra versatility


Needs 24 frets lol sorry for being so picky

Anyways, I,ve 'narrowed' it down to 3 jacksons:

KE3, DK2, or Dk2M

Which?
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#27
Quote by GunsN'tallica
Needs 24 frets lol sorry for being so picky

Anyways, I,ve 'narrowed' it down to 3 jacksons:

KE3, DK2, or Dk2M

Which?


ah sorry
go with the dk2, most versatile, and if it doesnt already have good pups than i recomend going with something along the lines of the configuration i suggested(just for better tone, better versatility)