@GG&A guys who saw this in EG: I'm posting it here since this is basically my usual haunt, and I know a lot of the regulars here can help me as much or more =P Maybe it isn't as fast, but I know that the people here have a tendency to get it right.

Alright, I'm looking for a good semi-hollow guitar. I'd rather it not feedback under high volume/gain, though I doubt that's really something I can avoid. I like the ES-335 body style, though I don't think I can afford an ES-335. Really, a great neck on it will suffice. Prefer that it be set at least at or after the 17th fret. The actual cut-outs are necessarily required, so long as it is as loud acoustically as it oughta be (So something like a Lucille is on the table). No P-90s, but that's really my only "no-this" request.


Price Range: Around 1,000$
Will go used/Internet to buy
Prefer ES-335 (and Gibsons in general, really), but just want a really good neck (17th set fret or later)
F-holes non-sessential if it'll still project a little acoustically
Avoid feedback as much as possible
Jazz, blues, and rock (emphasis on jazz and blues here)
JS20S Satriani signature
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Gibson SG Classic
Randall RM100 Combo w/ Plexi, JTM, Ultra, Recto, and Brown Modules
Epiphone Sheraton or Ibanez AS103 are both excellent choices. Washburn also makes one that gets good reviews but I've never played one of those.