#2
with 300 pounds? what is that like 600 usd right? i guess B.C. Rich NJ Deluxe Jr. V if you are willing to pay a little more it's only like 50-100 pounds more. or try to find one of those ibanez V they play really really good and only cost around 400 dollars which is around 200 pounds.
#3
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with 300 pounds? what is that like 600 usd right? i guess B.C. Rich NJ Deluxe Jr. V if you are willing to pay a little more it's only like 50-100 pounds more. or try to find one of those ibanez V they play really really good and only cost around 400 dollars which is around 200 pounds.


Sadly the prices don't correlate well.

Have a look at the Ibanez S series. An excellent series of guitars. If you could stretch your budget you can't go wrong with a MIM Standard Strat, but they are £347 (~700$ for the other guy)
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#4
so i was close lol. but he said he wants a V so i named the 2 Vs in that price range that i would love to get. i also LOVE the S series but he didnt ask for just any guitars lol.
#5
V? for that price?

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#6
Amazon has many V's for good deals. Not sure about shipping to you. I got a Shecter Black Jack V1 for that price range.
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#7
thans for contributing guys
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#8
thans for contributing guys
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