#1
What are the best versatile guitars out there? I wanna play everything from GNR to Metallica, from RHCP to Nirvana. What guitars can cover all these bases with the most accurate tone and sound? Also what amps are recommended for me to be able to get all these sounds?
#3
Ibanez SA120, from what I've heard.
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Ibanez SA120, from what I've heard.


You are right, but the Trem is ****ty.
#5
Fender fat strat would do the job and do it well. Also there is a model that comes with a floyd if you want to have one for shreddery goodness.
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#6
Well, until you name your budget, I'll say a PRS 513, a PRS Standard/Custom 24 with McCarty switching, or a Parker Fly.
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#7
I think strats are very versatile. Good for pretty much everything except metal and a fat strat could probably even do that.
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#8
for me, personally, either an HSS or HSH-loaded strat or superstrat.
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#9
HSS Strat
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Fender fat strat would do the job and do it well. Also there is a model that comes with a floyd if you want to have one for shreddery goodness.


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#11
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Well, until you name your budget, I'll say a PRS 513, a PRS Standard/Custom 24 with McCarty switching, or a Parker Fly.


This + Bogner Uberschall and everyone can let me die a peaceful death although I wouldn't mind swapping the Fly for the Dragonfly model that thing is a beatiful piece of work.
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#13
I would agree with the fat strat suggestions. It would get the tone you are looking for. I personally dont like fenders much. They play and sound great, but I hate the rosewood they use. Also, I have a Schecter Damien-6 I play, and I can get all those tone, plus some tones you wouldnt expect from a guitar with EMGs (Wind Cries Mary). I would advise a Schecter if you cant get the Fender because of a budget.
#14
I think a Gibson SG Std could do all of those pretty respectively. Not too sure about amps though
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