#2
Either of the Schecters! Theyre so goddamn nice. Personally I prefer the Hellraiser as you get coil taps for the EMGs plus tone control, but seriously Schecter make the best 7 strings ever.
#4
Nope i live in south america so there is no way i try them (**** the third world) i play melodeath i like the action low and thin necks...i used to had a 6 string razorback and loved it
#5
If you like thin necks than I think you'd enjoy something from Ibanez over a Schecter.

Don't Edit: Like so? Seems to be in the same price range as the other guitars.

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#6
Yeah but i Dont have 2000 dollars hahhaa...I have those 5 options and maybe a Dean RC7X
#7
Quote by espalexi666
Yeah but i Dont have 2000 dollars hahhaa...I have those 5 options and maybe a Dean RC7X

As someone said above.. if you really prefer thin necks,you gotta check Ibanez prestige line guitars out.
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#9
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#10
Quote by mishax92
but seriously Schecter make the best 7 strings ever.


bullshit!

I recommend an agile interceptor pro 7 or a jackson slat 3-7 soloist or a Rg1527m in white
#11
Check out ibanez mate,

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#12
Quote by espalexi666
Yeah but i Dont have 2000 dollars hahhaa...I have those 5 options and maybe a Dean RC7X


Get the rusty cooley sig! then if you don't like it you can sell it to me for a stupidly low price..... :-)
#13
Of your 5 choices I'd go with the Loomis sig. It's the only Schecter I've enjoyed playing. (Aside from the beautiful Schecter Japan series which is outta most people budget )