#1
Which of these guitars brands is the best for Randy Rhoads, Zakk Wylde, Van halen, buckethead, and Slash?

And what kind of amps are best?
#2
It's all up to personal preference
theyre really similar brands
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#5
Zakk and Slash play with Gibson, so i'll told you Gibson. I like Roland amp, but Marshall are also good.

Is the 300$ for amp + guitar or only guitar?
#7
thats not enough money. u should get a epiphone les paul standard for around $500 canadian and a peavey vypyr 30 amp for 200. its a good setup which will work with ur needs and i know its above ur budget but you should work towards it. u would be happier in the long run.
Epi Les Paul with SD's
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#8
get $100 more dollars and go buy an ibanez rg 120 and a spider III 30W you cant go wrong
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get $100 more dollars and go buy an ibanez rg 120 and a spider III 30W you cant go wrong

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#10
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get $100 more dollars and go buy an ibanez rg 120 and a spider III 30W you cant go wrong

I can say from experience of playing a couple of RG120 and my friend actually owning one and they are horrible. They had a lot of buzz and would go out of tune after the slightest bending.
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#11
check out LTD's MH-NT series... its string thru body with tune-o-matic bridge...
i have one and i love it
#12
Ibanez RG321 and a Roland Cube or Peavey Vyper. that's as good as it'll get at that price range.

try going used. you can get some quality gear that way