I have a few guitars in mind, but I just can't choose which one...
I've played all of them at music stores too.

-Gretsch ELectromatic Hollowbody
-Epiphone Casino
-Gibson LP studio
-Gibson SG 60's with P-90's
-Mexican Tele

I've been playing for 2 years and I currently have a mexi Strat and a Marshall class 5 amp. I am sort of looking for a guitar with fatter tones than my strat, but more so just a guitar with different tones.

-I play mostly classic rock (beatles, jimi hendrix, cream, creedence, buffalo springfield, neil young, CSN&Y, etc.)

Give me your thoughts.
I have a gibson SG standard and play pretty much the same stuff you do (with a little more concentration on blues) and it works perfectly. Not sure about the other stuff but the hollow body would be worth looking into I think.
Originally Posted by JAHellraiser
Go into Guitar Center and tell them you are willing to spend $3000 on as many Spider and MG half stacks as they can give you.
If you're looking at a hollow body then definitely take a look at a Peerless. Amazing quality for the price, amaaaaazing.
If you're not bothered by brands and/or resale values, I'd suggest a LP-style Tokai
sg 60's tribute. P90's are awesome!
Gibson SG Standard with Bigsby
Gibson Custom ES-137
Gibson Custom 54' Les Paul VOS Goldtop
Gretsch G6129T Silver Jet
1968 Harmony Rocket H75

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe (modded)
1970 Fender Twin Reverb (blackfaced)

Quote by kracdown
sg 60's tribute. P90's are awesome!

Is that what, for example, Carlos Santana and Pete Townsend actually used in the late 60's? THe P-90's?