#1
Requirement~ the distinct P90+semi hollow clean tone as well as bright (fattyish) lead tone
Genre~ Mainstream/Alt Rock, R&B
Budget~ $ 500-600
Amp owned~ Vox Valvetronix

Suggestions please as to which guitar..
#2
Epi Casino?
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#4
Theres a PRS SE with P90s
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#6
Quote by diceksox1809
Theres a PRS SE with P90s

there is both a semi hollow and a single cut. either really, i had the semi hollow and it was a friggin great guitar.

also there is a nice epi 56 ri with p-90s.
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#7
Those Troy van Leeuwen Yamahas are nice but try it first, they're quite quirky and you might not like things like the unusual controls.
#8
Epiphone Wildkat.

I am biased as I own one of these babies. But I absolutely love it.
#10
love the looks of the Epi Wildkat.. but wonder how will it handle overdrive.. remember guys, distortion is required..
#11
Quote by bluewaters999
love the looks of the Epi Wildkat.. but wonder how will it handle overdrive.. remember guys, distortion is required..


It doesn't like full distortion, but that is the case with any semi-hollow.

With my Wildkat I use a crunchy marshall rhythm tone (like GNR or The Cult) and kick on a Boss overdrive pedal (gain at 9 o'clock, tone at 11 o'clock) to fatten it up for leads and it sings. You can get some nice controlled feedback when you need it too.