#1
I have around £350-400 to spend, I play soft rock; Oasis, Stereophonics, Travis etc and some heavier stuff like GNR any ideas? i was thinking a Lite ash Telecaster. anyone have one?

#2
A semi-hollowbody maybe? Like an Epi Dot or Sheraton/ 335 copy.
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#4
les paul=good idea,
but if you like Telecasters,get that.
i would pick
1.telecaster
2.LP
3. some sort of hollow bodied electric.
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#5
that'd be worth considering, yeah. a tele always sounds very like a tele, though, if you want a lot of versatility for GnR etc., then there might be better options... really depends on which tones you need, and how often...
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#6
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A semi-hollowbody maybe? Like an Epi Dot or Sheraton/ 335 copy.


+1. This might do ya. If not, a EpiLP, or the Tele you mentioned.
#7
Washburn x50 pro?

its the only guitar i'd recommend to someone between the £300-400 range.
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#8
Yeh get the telecaster, they can do anything! and feel great too
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