#1
I want to buy a guitar in the near future that has
24 frets.
Under $1000
Humbuckers
and looks cool.
and i forgot no strat styles.
Yep
Last edited by elliottmi at Aug 6, 2009,
#3
ibanez s series
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#4
God. NICE specifics you got there.

What kind of amp are you playing on? I could suggest a million guitars with 24 frets, under 1000 dollars with humbuckers AND looks cool.

Here's my list...
ESP LTD EC-1000 (FR)
ESP LTD EC-401
ESP LTD MH-1000(NT)
ESP LTD Stealth
Schecter Hellraiser C-1 (FR)
Schecter Damien 6 (FR)
Schecter Hellraiser Solo-6
Schecter Omen 6 (FR)
C-1 Artist II
Jackson Dinky's
PRS Custom 24 SE
ESP F Series
Ibanez Xiphos
Ibanez RG1550M
Rickenbacker Dakota

I ****ing went to TOWN on that ****. I could go on even longer.

TS, TS. I'm not taking out the superstrat styles. find out yourself. Shoulda fixed it BEFORE i posted them. jerk.
Last edited by r0ckth3d34n at Aug 6, 2009,
#6
there is alot, you couldnt find any yourself, ESP Eclipse
amps
Vox Ac 30 (main)
Fender Supersonic with Krank Krankenstien 4x12
OR 50 with 4 x 12
Gassing for ibanes airplane flanger
#8
By strat style would you also include the super strat shapes? If not then Ibanez RG550/570/770 will suit you fine. Alternatively you can probably score a second hand ibanez prestige guitar.
#9
wow, could u be a little more specific? theres just way too much missing here. at least tell us what u want to play before we go find u guitars
#10
Can you be a little a bit more specific in your question since it's so vague.

I can make a long list of guitars that have specs, like the Jackson WRMG and DK2M.
ESP Vintage 4
Fender American Special Jazz
Fender American Deluxe Precision
Ibanez SR700
Jackson DXMG
Fender American Standard Telecaster
SWR Black Beauty
Orange Thunderverb 50


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#11
Quote by blue_strat
Washburn X50PRO

Is that the only guitar you recommend?

Quote by Pac_man0123


There actually are variations of the S that have 24 frets, although I don't think any of them are in TS's price range.

Anyways, http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/ESP-LTD-EC401-Electric-Guitar?sku=580199

24 frets, not Strat shaped, and won't look weird when used to play classic rock, Which seems to be your primary style.
#14
Quote by In The Mist
Is that the only guitar you recommend?


There actually are variations of the S that have 24 frets, although I don't think any of them are in TS's price range.

Anyways, http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/ESP-LTD-EC401-Electric-Guitar?sku=580199

24 frets, not Strat shaped, and won't look weird when used to play classic rock, Which seems to be your primary style.

arent those the SV

Are you telling me theyre out of dragons?
They never had dragons..
Who didnt?
The world..
GET THIS GUY OUT OF HERE, FIND ME A DRAGON
#18
I think OP is generally looking something to show off to his friends.
Build quality isn't his main priority, as long as it looks damn cool.


I would suggest something with lots of spikes.
Maybe something Dimebag once played, I hear he's cool with you people.
#19
Looking cool is all-important on stage

You could pick up any number of nice guitars used for $1k
I didn't pay much more for my PRS CE24
Various Strats
PRS SC245 (2007)
Fessenden SD-10 pedal steel
Koch Studiotone XL
Mesa Boogie Express 5:25+
1958 National lap steel
Eastman El Rey 1
#20
Quote by blue_strat
Washburn X50PRO


+1
"Buckethead is probably twice as good a guitar player as me and Slash combined, and can stand having fried chicken rubbed up against his face all night for a couple of hours." - Dave Mustaine
#23
the new ibanez RG1550 is one of the nicest guitars i've seen in a while. i know some people consider it "super strat" but if you're willing to give it a chance you might be surprised.

the good news is there are TONS of guitars that fit into those specifications. so you're in luck even if you don't like the 1550
#24
Quote by nyandres
Why stop at 24 frets when you can get a Gary Kramer made guitar with 29 frets. http://www.garykramerguitar.com/R29Turbulence.html


I want that.
Mainly for the sake of having it, but 29 frets would be fun to mess with.

I can imagine writing solos with that guitar and when I'm famous, no one would be able to tab them correctly because of the 29 frets. LOL.

I might have to buy it... soon... phew $660...