#1
Hi all, new here :P

I'd like some suggestions for a guitar:

Frets: 22 or 24.
Pickups:HH/HSS/HS/HSH.
Shape:I've got a les paul that i love, but i;m ooking for something with more higher fret accsess.
Bridge:No locking tremolo.
I dont care if it's bolt on,set neck or whatever,nor do i know about woods.

I play hard,punk and akternative rock and a little psychadelic,metal(Metallica/Ozzy mainly), and Grunge.
My gear is a Crate V8 Palomino i got yesterday and a Boss DS-2.
Budget-700$ USD.
#3
I'm loving my Schecter C-1 Classic (I bought it a month or two ago and had very similar knowledge and requirements as you). I've never played a Schecter I didn't love, but if you like the Les Paul body shape more than the strat style shape I'd check out the S models of Schecter.
#4
i know what you should get there are many options though but i suggest getting a epiphone sg or a epiphone wilshire, a epiphone flying v,probably a epiphone explorer,maybe a epiphone firebird. there are so many choices, but they dont have to be epiphone it can be fender or gibson,ibanez etc.
#5
if you love you shape of your lp
try a Schecter Solo 6
24 frets, and great upper fret access
Quote by Led Dirigible
Crickets have too much high end for my tastes. I prefer a nice beetle, lots of warm low end.

tl;dr put a beetle in your amp for superior toanz.

Guitars: Schecter C-1 Classic
Westfeild LP e4500
Amp: Vox AD15VT
#6
Ibanez RGA42FM
Washburn X50 Pro FE
Godin Redline 1/2/HB

There's quite a few guitar that meet your specification and tbh going through them all is a waste of time. What you should do instead is go to your local guitar store and try out models that appeal to you and then compile a list of what made those guitars appeal to you and try and find those features in just one guitar.
#7
Quote by azn_guitarist25
Ibanez RGA42FM
Washburn X50 Pro FE
Godin Redline 1/2/HB

There's quite a few guitar that meet your specification and tbh going through them all is a waste of time. What you should do instead is go to your local guitar store and try out models that appeal to you and then compile a list of what made those guitars appeal to you and try and find those features in just one guitar.



I would, it's just that there is no guitar store near me,except one that for some reason only stocks squiers and low end LTDs and BC rich.
#8
I'd say look into Schecters. They have tons of models that meet your requirements and are within your price range. I've had a C-1 plus for over three years now and I couldn't be more happy with it.