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So i recently hve been thinking about getting a new guitar, so i went out and tried a few(ESP Horizon, Some other Dean and an Ibanez), and this one seemed to stick out from the rest. Any oppinions on this guitar? I think its a good price of $1200, and it should sound pretty dam good with my Bugera 6260. So yea, i think im set on this one, but im just wondering your oppinions on this guitar, or some other gutars i should try.
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You do know they are factory tuned to Drop B right? If that's what you're in to, go for it. But for $1200 I might try finding a better guitar and avoiding the permanent drop tuning.

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You do know they are factory tuned to Drop B right? If that's what you're in to, go for it. But for $1200 I might try finding a better guitar and avoiding the permanent drop tuning.


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Yes, becasue drop tuning is permanent...

Any good guitar store would restring it / set the floyd for free on a guitar like that if you bought it, and set it up for standard.
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Never played one but the specs and looks all look pretty awesome
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Yes, becasue drop tuning is permanent...


That's not what I was saying genius. A guitar set up for drop B isn't easily shifted up to standard.

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That's not what I was saying genius. A guitar set up for drop B isn't easily shifted up to standard.

He also said any good guitar store will set it up to standard for free
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That's not what I was saying genius. A guitar set up for drop B isn't easily shifted up to standard.


No harder than changing any other tuning, really. Maybe a little more time consuming.
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No harder than changing any other tuning, really. Maybe a little more time consuming.

+1. Anybody competent in setting up guitars could do it with little problem.
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You do know they are factory tuned to Drop B right? If that's what you're in to, go for it. But for $1200 I might try finding a better guitar and avoiding the permanent drop tuning.


seriously?


i was able to go from c standard to e standard on my jackson (with a Floyd) in about 30 minutes AT MOST, that was with changing strings too.

thats far from permanent.
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