#2
It's probably too good for those styles.
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#3
I doubt it would sound too good standard, but plopping pickups in will be a waste of money too, especially with your amp.

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#5
Quote by GaijinFoot
It's probably too good for those styles.

You are SO funny.

I think it'd be a good guitar for the price, but invest in a better amp first like someone else said. I suggest a Peavey Vypyr.
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#6
Quote by MetalMilitia212
You are SO funny.

I think it'd be a good guitar for the price, but invest in a better amp first like someone else said. I suggest a Peavey Vypyr.


Peavey Vypyr is less expensive than my current amp.

I'm really happy with my current tone, I jut wnat a second guitar so I'm not continually changing tunings.
#7
Quote by MetalMilitia212
You are SO funny.

I think it'd be a good guitar for the price, but invest in a better amp first like someone else said. I suggest a Peavey Vypyr.


i can't agree with that, the AD50VT can get you a good tone if you really work with the settings.

Seems good for the price, and it would be an excellent idea to invest in new pickups
#8
Quote by deluxity
i can't agree with that, the AD50VT can get you a good tone if you really work with the settings.

Seems good for the price, and it would be an excellent idea to invest in new pickups


What pickups could you recommend, which can be coil tapped?
#9
i'd prefer a 25.5" scale for br00tz (assuming what you listed is brootz, i'm not too well up on most of it).
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#10
The ALC53 is pretty good, they're usually made outta Alder or Basswood so you're basically getting a super strat sound but they're good for the money (I own one)
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#11
Very nice looking LP style. Unconventional woods though, but it sounds like you're not looking for an LP sound anyway. If you're not tuning down on this one it'd be OK. Generally short scale guitar don't tune down as well as long scales.
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#12
Quote by Dave_Mc
i'd prefer a 25.5" scale for br00tz (assuming what you listed is brootz, i'm not too well up on most of it).


I have a 25.5 inch scale guitar which I can use for drop B and A#, and LP would be for normal tunings.

And anyway, In Flames use super-low tunings with LPs
#13
yeah, i know, but to my ears 25.5" works better for heavier stuff, it's tighter, especially for downtunings. Up to you, though, if you like the sound and feel of 24 3/4", then go for it.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#14
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I have a 25.5 inch scale guitar which I can use for drop B and A#, and LP would be for normal tunings.

And anyway, In Flames use super-low tunings with LPs



I put my Tokai in Drop B for old Fightstar stuff.
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#15
Quote by Dave_Mc
yeah, i know, but to my ears 25.5" works better for heavier stuff, it's tighter, especially for downtunings. Up to you, though, if you like the sound and feel of 24 3/4", then go for it.


My 25.5 incher seems a little too long for me.

also I need a thicker neck, by far.
#16
yeah, it's personal preference, really.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#17
rofl at someone telling you that you need a better amp and suggesting a Vypyr.