#1
guysssss ibanez grg170 dx
boss me25
i wanna make sure that they are best guitar and multi effect for this range
thnx in advance
#2
Depends on what gear you currently have.

IMO, id save and get a guitar first before a multifx, especially if your amp isnt great.
Gibson 58 RI VOS Custombuckers
Mesa Lonestar Special 2x12
#3
I PLAY claasic now so i dont have a gear but i have washburn baddog amp and yamaha amp ,,,,,,,,,,,i wanna play hard rock and metal and maybe some old school
#4
I wouldn't go for an Ibanez with a trem, the me25 is ok but all the distortions sound the same. My recommendation is a used Ibanez art100 or gax70, and for the multi effects I would go with the Vox Tonelab ST because it's tube driven. Line 6 pods are an ok alternative too.
#5
Quote by dimebag922
guysssss ibanez grg170 dx
boss me25
i wanna make sure that they are best guitar and multi effect for this range
thnx in advance

You say range, but you haven't specified one. I agree with the above, avoid low cost guitars with tremolos, go for a fixed bridge or save more money.
My Gear:
Suzuki Classical Guitar from 60s
B.C. Rich Warlock
Epiphone Les Paul Junior
Monterey Steel String Acoustic
Maton M255 Steel String Acoustic
Agile AL-3100 w/ EMG 81/85
Bugera 6262-212
#6
Quote by SSampuser68
I wouldn't go for an Ibanez with a trem.

guys i dont get i can just remove the tremolo bar and use it as fixed right??
#7
Not easily. The best thing imho is for you to remove the trem bar and tighten up the springs at the back of the trem. This wilk get it close to being a fixed bridge. You'll need to tighten the springs because the bridge will dip on bends otherwise.
My Gear:
Suzuki Classical Guitar from 60s
B.C. Rich Warlock
Epiphone Les Paul Junior
Monterey Steel String Acoustic
Maton M255 Steel String Acoustic
Agile AL-3100 w/ EMG 81/85
Bugera 6262-212