#3
I have the 370DX, and I like it better than the 350. It just feels better without the pickguard.
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#4
Neither. I hate trems.
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#5
look the exact same to me. Ive played the 350 and it was alright... but Im not real into metal and that is really what its for
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#6
they're more or less identical, the only difference is cosmetic, so it comes down to what you want it to look like.

IMHO though, you may want to be wary of those two, the Ibanez Edge III bridge is notorious for being unreliable.
#7
ok thanks. Well i honestly prolly shouldnt get these, seeing as i already have a cheaper ibanez rg150 and a epi les paul , so id kinda feel foolish getting another guitar with humbuckers. I only picked that cause it had the single coil.

What do you guys think? Should I maybe invest in a strat or something with a little more twang? give me some suggestions.
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I only picked that cause it had the single coil.

What do you guys think? Should I maybe invest in a strat or something with a little more twang? give me some suggestions.


Well if you want twang a strat or a tele would be perfect,

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Standard-Telecaster-Electric-Guitar?sku=501166

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Standard-Stratocaster-Electric-Guitar?sku=501158

Mex Tele or a Mex strat should do you you good, they don't have 24 frets like the RG's you initially suggested though.