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#3
Quote by fastlanestoner
2 is a higher number




But seriously, for what kind of music, playing style, budget, ect?
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#4
Sl1 for doing solo guitar work, and more melodic stuff

Sl2h for being in a band and doing some HEAVY ****...

Although personally only played the Sl2h
#5
Quote by xxBR34KD0WN



But seriously, for what kind of music, playing style, budget, ect?



Both guitars are the same price but i want a guitar that is good for shreddin and is also good for playin heavy riffs
#7
SL2H, because it has two humbuckers, and that helps you get heavy rythms with the neck pickup, something not possible with those single coils on the SL1.
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Quote by ldnovelo
SL2H, because it has two humbuckers, and that helps you get heavy rythms with the neck pickup, something not possible with those single coils on the SL1.


Who plays heavy stuff with the neck pickup?
#10
I do, on my SL2H. Which I highly recommend. Only get the SL1 if you don't have a viable alternative for cleans.