#1
So I'll be coming into some money soon (new job) and I'm looking for a decent guitar in the £300 - £600 area, I play mostly metalcore, post hardcore and I've been getting into djent. I play through a fender mustang v into a bugera 412 cab. I don't really like radical shapes and I have other guitars that can handle other genres and tunings so no worries there.

Preferences:
24 frets (I only have 22 fret guitars so far)
Some sort of trem system
superstrat or lp shape

Cheers guys
Ben

GEAR:
Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Deluxe
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar
Blackstar ht-5 head
Blackstar ht-408 cab
Landola V72 Acoustic
Seymour Duncan Woody SC

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#2
Sounds like an LTD would work great for you, maybe an M400? I don't have much of anything in the way of experience with LTDs, but I've never heard anything bad about them and they seem to be good for more modern metal.
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#3
^^^LTD's would be perfect and there are alot in that price range. (doesn't meet all reqs) but check out the PRS SE Custom. I tried one a few days ago and it blew all my guitars away. It was through a Hot Rod Deluxe so that was probably the reason. But the playability on the Custom was nice.
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#4
PRS SE custom 24 is the first thing that comes to mind but there are other guitars that will work
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#5
schecter c1 hellraiser. ive got it and it is perfect for the style you r looking for. the actives really make it that much better and the coil split makes it a little more versatile. this guitar just feels amazing and has a beautiful tone to it