#1
I play jazz, neoclassical, blues, 80s rock, funk and a little bit of metal.

My budget is 400-600 pounds (GBP) and im looking for a guitar with a not too radical shape that is good for both sitting down and standing up, i would preferer a guitar with very good upper fret access and a thin, fast neck, but i dont want the guitar to be too metal.

I have currently got a peavey classic 30 and a jackson kelly KE3

24 frets is a bonus but i could settle for 22.

Thanks in advance
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#2
I think the Stratocaster is what you'd want.
Maybe even the Telecaster?
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Current Gear
- Epiphone Les Paul Standard (Plus Top)
- Crappy Strat Copy (Redecorated, looks snazzy)
- Ibanez Acoustic/Electric Guitar
- Ibanez RG1570 Mirage Blue
- Peavey Vypyr 30 Watt
#3
2nd hand schecter C-1 classic
Schecter C1 Classic
Ibanez RG560
Epiphone G400
Mesa Boogie Recto-verb
Peavey JSX
Marshall MG50
#5
Washburn X50 Pro or the Pro-FE.
The last is the same as the first, except it has EMG's, which may suit you more, if you like it.

mamosa, you're not getting those LTD's inbetween £400-£600. Not on your life. :/
#7
That's the problem with LTD's. They're brilliant guitars, especially the 1001 series, but they're so grossly overpriced in the UK.
#8
Washburns are ridiculously cheap in the UK. They're actually more expensive in the US.
#11
Quote by Baby Joel
Which is why I love them, and always recommend them for a sub-£600 budget.


#12
You could save up another £80 - £100 and get the Billy Corgan Strat. It has hot rails so you could do some 80's rock and some metal.
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