#1
Hey! Im looking to buy my first (second) guitar, I play mostly metal, through a Vypyr 75 amp. Im looking for suggestions for guitars that are around 300$, and i only require that it has 24 frets and an FR.

Please make some suggestions so i can start trying stuff out! thanks
#2
Dean Vendetta fits the bill.
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#3
300$ + FLoyd Rose = lots of hassle, poor tuning and overall quality of guitar...either go for an RG with a fixed bridge or up the budget to 400$ for an EPiphone EM-2
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#4
unless you find a good used deal, you probably wont get a guitar with a good floyd rose.
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300$ + FLoyd Rose = lots of hassle, poor tuning and overall quality of guitar...either go for an RG with a fixed bridge or up the budget to 400$ for an EPiphone EM-2

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#6
Definately do not buy anything with a Floyd Rose, its too much work, and generally sucks.
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#7
Hmm, If i up the price to 400$ and go used, do you think I could get a guitar with an OFR? I realize that an fr on a 300$ wont be very good, but I really need it.
#8
Maybe, it'd be kind of a stretch.
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- Crappy Strat Copy (Redecorated, looks snazzy)
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- Ibanez RG1570 Mirage Blue
- Peavey Vypyr 30 Watt
#9
possibly. but you'd still have to look a lot.
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#10
check out rondomusic.com they have great guitars for less thatn that and their LFR's arent bad at all. i hear nothing but good things about them.
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check out rondomusic.com they have great guitars for less thatn that and their LFR's arent bad at all. i hear nothing but good things about them.


Ive heard agile are super for the money, ill check that out right now

Also, any thoughts on the ESP MH-50? I just saw it and i was wondering what the FR on it is like
#12
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Ive heard agile are super for the money, ill check that out right now

Also, any thoughts on the ESP MH-50? I just saw it and i was wondering what the FR on it is like

ahh the mh-50?
lol its a pretty good guitar but go with agiles man. trust me youl get a better deal from them. as for the mh-50 i just wanted to get one so i could play with it. like learn how to do stuff on it. im not sure about the floyds on them though. go read some reviews on them.
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