#1
I'm buying a new guitar and need help choosing among the three-
Omen 6 Extreme FR vs LTD MH100 vs Cort EVL K4

Any help? They're all selling for the same price here..
I play Megadeth to RHCP..
nothing softer than RHCP..

Any tips??
Pros and cons anyone?
Blues isn't hard to play, but it is hard to feel.


-Someone on the forum
#2
CORT FTW
you get a mahogany body
ebony fret board
active pups
and a locking trem
all for $500
unless jesus signs it for you you cant get a better deal
#3
Schecter has the same mahogany body, ebony fret board and locking trem -_-
except for passive pups, but they give great sound, you can anything form metal to funk sound 'cause of the split coils

get your schecter and put some EMG's... it'll pwn
Last edited by CatAmplifier at May 22, 2010,
#4
What's your amp?
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He will be missed.
#5
The Cort by far, they are definately great value for money

If you can squeeze a little bit extra go for a Michael Kelly- Hex Dulexe

FANTASTIC instruments, $699 for a neck through mahogany body/neck, beautiful maple top, active Rockfeild pickups (definatley on par with EMG's, not as good as Blackouts tho) and best yet an ORIGINAL floyd rose!!
#7
for 699$ you can get a schecter hellreiser... cort'll suck -_-
same split coil, set neck, mahogany body, 2 emg's, t-o-m
other models have original floyd too...
so the guy has 500, let's not talk that way... or we'll get later to gibson for about 2500$

and i guess blues needs low end pups, or i'm wrong?
anyway ltd gets higher prices only for trademark...
Last edited by CatAmplifier at May 22, 2010,
#8
no votes for the LTD ?? :P
Blues isn't hard to play, but it is hard to feel.


-Someone on the forum
#10
so is the Schecter a good choice?? I heard the necks are fat
Blues isn't hard to play, but it is hard to feel.


-Someone on the forum
#12
Quote by Shreyash
so is the Schecter a good choice?? I heard the necks are fat

Go and actually play some different guitars, you mind find you like none of these and like something completely different.
#13
Quote by consecutive e
Go and actually play some different guitars, you mind find you like none of these and like something completely different.


all right matey
thanks

was just looking for a heads up
Blues isn't hard to play, but it is hard to feel.


-Someone on the forum
#14
Quote by DeadSoloist
CORT FTW
you get a mahogany body
ebony fret board
active pups
and a locking trem
all for $500
unless jesus signs it for you you cant get a better deal


All true, excpet how can an imaginary man sign a real guitar? I do think that Cort offer amazing value for money. Ive bought one and would buy another in a heart beat.
"Guitar is tactile, It's about how you play it"
- Joe Bonamassa

#15
My advice would be to go with the schecter.
I myself have an omen extreme, and they sound great, and are really versatile.
I swapped put the default pickups for emg hz's and now it sounds amazing.
The omen extremes are great value for your money.
Guitar - Washburn X-50PROQ
Amp- Ibanez TBX15r (using to run my POD through)
Pedals - Line6 POD X3, Dunlop Crybaby Gcb-95
Last edited by I- Anarchy at May 22, 2010,
#16
lol esp got ass kicked.. thanks guys
Blues isn't hard to play, but it is hard to feel.


-Someone on the forum
#17
lol buy the cort, I don't buy mainstream guitars because 60% of the price is the name.
Cort's giving you a good deal because it's not famous as the other two so GO WITH THE CORT