#3
I like the looks and specs of the Schecter, but I'm not sure about the quality. The safest bet is the Squier VM. They're good.
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I use my fingers and pick mainly and I use a Ashdown 100w combo

any particular genre?

metal-Schecter
ska, classic rock, funk, pop- Squier

other genres really have little preference. if you like the t-bird sound a lot go with the Schecter- better build quality, playability, and look, and it holds it's own in a mix sounding more like a t-bird than a jazz would. if you haven't played any of those, well... jazz. safest bet.
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#7
It seems from the consensus that the jazz is the best bet for me. Thanks for the help everybody.
#8
I'd go with the third one.
Guitars:
-Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop Silverburst (Invader/'59)
-Fender Standard Telecaster HH Black (SH-5/'59)
-Fender Standard Stratocaster HH White (Nazgul/'59)
-Austin Guitars Les Paul Goldtop Copy (Distortion/'59)
-Ovation ApplauseAE44II Elite Black Acoustic


Amps/Cabs
-Peavey 6505+
-Peavey Stereo Chorus 2x12 Combo
-Behringer Ultracoustic ACX450 1x8 Acoustic Combo
-Marshall MX2x12 Cabinet


Wayyyyy too many effects pedals...