#1
I have been wanting to upgrade my guitar for awhile. I play alot of Metal,Hard Rock,and Classic Rock and sometimes I play blues. I am on a cheap budget No more than $350. I would prefer double cutaway. Floyd is ok since I'm almost never out of standard tuning. 24 frets would be nice.
#2
schecter sunset deluxe. floyd, 24 frets, double cutaway, 2 humbuckers. $250. here.
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#3
Ibanez would probably be your way to go... cheap,rg's are 24 frets,and double cut aways
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#4
Yeah RG all the way
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What about the Schecter Gryphon?
Or the Ibanez RG3EXFM1?
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#12
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What about the Schecter Gryphon?
Or the Ibanez RG3EXFM1?

I forgot those. I have played the RG3EXFM1. Its very comfy It will defiantly be a option.
#13
Well it would be hard to find a good guitar under 350 but the Jackson JS30KE Kelly should do fine. Even though its a beginner guitar, it still has 24 frets, great tone, all types of rock styles heavy or soft, and a great look to it. It doesnt have many color options to it but it should be a considerable option.