#1
yea, sorry for another one of these wasteing time and space on the site,but yea, the title says it all.

I posted another one of these MONTHS AGO, but since then, my Budget has increased. So by logic, I should be able to afford some nicer guitars

Requirements the guitar MUST have:

-nice paint job
-22+ frets
-good playability
-700$ or under.(50$ either way won't matter)
-prefferably anything but a dotted neck(not important though)
-Good for Metal, 80's Metal,Rock, and Nu-Metal
-good pickups
-not a "through the body bridge"


Hopefully there is something out there that i can buy that fits this Criteria.


Thanks UG!
Gear

Guitars
Ibanez ART 300
Squier Strat
Godin 12 string Antique cedarburst
Ibanez RGD 320

Amps
Peavey Vypyr Tube 60W
Peavey Solo 15 W
Fender 10 W

Effects
Dunlop GCB - 95 Crybaby wah
Boss DD-7 Digital Delay
Boss MT-2 Distortion
#3
I'd keep saving, it doesnt hurt to have a REALLY nice exspensive guitar. Instead of an Epiphone like Silent Crow mentioned, continue saving and buy a Gibson or better brand instrument.
#4
Get a Schecter or ESP, the Hellraiser series by Schecter are really nice imo
#5
Jackson Rhoads Pro Series its like $650 but $700 for crimson swirl and the other cool colors.
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#6
Jackson RR3 or save $500 more for an RR24 or an SL3
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#7
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yea, sorry for another one of these wasteing time and space on the site,but yea, the title says it all.

I posted another one of these MONTHS AGO, but since then, my Budget has increased. So by logic, I should be able to afford some nicer guitars

Requirements the guitar MUST have:

-nice paint job
-22+ frets
-good playability
-700$ or under.(50$ either way won't matter)
-prefferably anything but a dotted neck(not important though)
-Good for Metal, 80's Metal,Rock, and Nu-Metal
-good pickups
-not a "through the body bridge"


Hopefully there is something out there that i can buy that fits this Criteria.


Thanks UG!


A used Epiphone Les Paul Custom or Epiphone G-400 should do it.
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#9
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Get a Epiphone Les Paul Standard. You don't need a Gibson just upgrade the pickups


It depends on the player, I notice a difference from my Epiphone Les Paul Standard to a Gibson Les Paul Studio

A guitar with EMG's would be good for the Metal/ Nu-Metal (7 string ideal?) and the 80's metal depends on what kind (Metallica and such would be good)
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#10
Quote by Rhoads_1096
Get a Epiphone Les Paul Standard. You don't need a Gibson just upgrade the pickups

That is true when it comes to the Epiphone Les Pauls, but G-400's will never be the same as Gibson, even if you put high-end Gibson pickups in it.
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#11
epiphone les paul black beauty.
VERY versatile. nice looking. 3 humbuckers. gold harware. bla bla blablaitsawesome..
#12
i vote for Ibanez, they will offer you exactly what your looking for in that price range.
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#15
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Epiphone G-400


Wow...really??? Par for the course I suppose.

I'd try a Schechter C-1 Hellraiser or an Ibanez. An Epi Les Paul or a Prophecy might do the trick too.
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