#3
Probably Gibson, simply because they're rocking buckers. But try em both, you might be surprised with what you get.
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#4
pop punk, strat
hardcore punk, LP
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#5
Thats like asking us what you want for dinner. Hell we don't know, thats up to you. Both of them would be good for punk. They both have their pros, and cons. Try them out and see for yourself which you like. They are 2 of the most popular guitars out there, and pretty much any guitar store you walk into is going to have some type of Fender Strat and Gibson LP.
#7
Depends on the TS's definition of punk.

Hardcore 80s punk: Gibson

Early punk: Fender

I don't consider this pop shit to be punk completely removed from the original idea.
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