#1
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#2
It depends what kind of metal.You have to remember that metal is an umbrella term that covers a lot of different things.I got some good high gain tones with it when I played one,but I don't know if you could pull off anything really heavy with one TBH.

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#3
it can do some decent high gain stuff. It certainly plays like a metal guitar.
If it isnt metal enough for you get a hellraiser.
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#4
if it has real duncans i think it can pull off everything short of death metal. i have duncans in my guitar and it makes a sweet distortion without being over the top. i think it would
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#7
It can play pretty much all types of metal. It even works for death metal. My friend has it and plays in an amazing Death Metal band. It's more about the amp. Though, the Hellraiser and the C-1+ are better for metal than the classic, it'll still work.
#8
^ I played the C1+ recently, and I loved it. It felt really comfortable, sounded good and looks classier then the c1 classic imo. Plus, coil tap. I'd get it if I wasn't already getting another guiter.
#9
So go for the c1 plus?
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