#1
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Which do you think I should get based on looks?
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Which should I get based on features?


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#4
Neither since they're all sigs. You're paying a lot for the name on the headstock. And youprobably won't be taken seriously at gigs with those except for the Alexi because his is based on the Rhodes. If you ever grow out of those bands, your gonna have their guitar. Get the standard version of them (LTD EX or FX, Schecter Avenger)
#6
no offense but i think all of them are pretty gaudy looking an way overpriced for the specs.

For signature metal guitars id reccomend jim roots signature tele (good value)
and the demmelition king v (pricey but with top quality everything)

i would stick some pictures up but i dont no how :S
#7
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Schecter > LTD

But ESP > Schecter (except for pricing)

Actually the Deluxe LTDs are better than Schecter or at least that's my opinion...
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#8
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Actually the Deluxe LTDs are better than Schecter or at least that's my opinion...


So much better, actually. I don't even know what's the deal with Schecters, everyone is so obsessed about them.
#9
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So much better, actually. I don't even know what's the deal with Schecters, everyone is so obsessed about them.

I've only played one Schecter in my whole life and it felt really cheap, at least compared to ESPs of the same budget. It was a Hellraiser or something. Plus i don't really lik their necks.
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#10
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I've only played one Schecter in my whole life and it felt really cheap, at least compared to ESPs of the same budget. It was a Hellraiser or something. Plus i don't really lik their necks.



Schecters have lovely mmmish fat necks.

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#11
1. well i think the schecter looks best out of these - it's quite modest compared to the others, not that 'modest' is a word that should really be used to describe any of the guitars in question. Also the schecter, visually, is less "pure metulz!" and wouldn't look so much out of place playing other styles, whereas both LTDs just look like.. well, something you wouldn't use for blues!
2. i also think the schecter probably has the best features (from what i can gather by looking at it - i don't know the specs of any of these guitars!) but you really need to ask yourself that question - what features best suit you?

actually judging by my first answer you need to ask yourself both questions - you may not be interested in a guitar that wouldn't look out of place in styles other than what you want to play

edit: ^the more i learn about schecter the more i want to get myself one!
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#12
Ah, do they even sell the White Syn Sig Guitar anymore? I thought the white Syn was a limited edition and was sold out everywhere ages ago. Ah well.
#13
I wouldn't get a sig guitar if I were you. I love my PGM so much, but I should've got something else in hindsight.
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