#1
Ok, so I have bought a couple guitars I bought a Esp ec-50 a while ago and it kinda fell apart on me the pickups started to fall out and i put them back in but now i cant play it cus they sound horrible and then I bought an Ibanez RG321MH wich was nice at first but then it got really bad frett buzz and the neck got warped somehow pretty bad, so I was wondering should i get http://www.guitarcenter.com/Jackson-DK2M-Dinky-Electric-Guitar-868362-i1445405.gc That guitar? a Jackson DK2M Dinky or no? Id have to use the finance option and I was wondering if it was really worth the cash because im sick of buying guitars that arent worth it so I want your guys opinion should I just spend the cash so I know I have a good Reliable guitar? Thanks guys alot. I NEED ure help!
#2
DK2M's are awesome. Do it! Just get the white finish!
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#3
Thanks man, I was really thinking about it do you know anything about the finance option on guitar center cuz i dont have the cash at the moment to get it like full payment but i really need a guitar that will actually sound good.
#4
What kind of music do you play? I can think of some incredible guitars in that range, but it depends on what styles you play since you probably couldn't afford to change out parts if you have to buy it with the finance option. It would cost a bit extra for that.

EDIT: If you like that Jackson you might like the Schecter Hellraiser C-1. My friend has it and it's a great guitar. It's great for metal, rock, etc. which is what I'm guessing you would play based on the Jackson. http://www.guitarcenter.com/Schecter-Guitar-Research-C-1-Hellraiser-Electric-Guitar-518451-i1385936.gc
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#5
I play mostly Metal but i also wil play acoustic and stuff sometimes but i can just get an acoustic for that, but ya mostly metal hard rock thats about it for guitar. HOw much extra would it be for the finance option do you think? Thanks alot guys for all the help so far.
#6
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I play mostly Metal but i also wil play acoustic and stuff sometimes but i can just get an acoustic for that, but ya mostly metal hard rock thats about it for guitar. HOw much extra would it be for the finance option do you think? Thanks alot guys for all the help so far.


I'm not sure about the finance option, but I suggest getting a Gretsch 5122. That way you can play acoustic and jazz and hard rock and even metal with the right amp and gain. Or this PRS (http://www.guitarcenter.com/PRS-SE-Custom-Semi-Hollow-Soapbar-Electric-Guitar-515827-i1395982.gc) or even these Parkers (http://www.guitarcenter.com/Parker-Guitars-PM-20-Single-Cut-Electric-Guitar-511296-i1146824.gc and http://www.guitarcenter.com/Parker-Guitars-P-42-Electric-Guitar-511294-i1146820.gc). I think those would be pretty good. And there's always and Epiphone Les Paul. I absolutely love mine. I can go from death metal and grindcore to classic rock to jazz without changing anything but distortion and gain.

EDIT: I meant without even having to change EQ settings or anything really much at all.
Last edited by canvasDude at Nov 27, 2009,
#7
Thanks bro alot, im not sure what to do, Because ya im 15 and dont have a job at the moment and my parents arent really willing to help me out to much but they said theyd do the finance option and help me pay for it so I just need something that will work best. and if you guys were in my situation would you spend the cash and get a GOOD guitar instead of wasting money on cheap guitars? or just fix the ones i have.
#8
Rather than getting yourself in debt is it worth taking your current guitars down to your local shop and asking how much they'd charge to put at least one of them back into a good playing condition? Worst case they quote more than you're willing to pay, and you go back to buying a new guitar.....?