#1
I like play blues and my schecter doesn't cut it for me anymore. my duncan distortions are too hot. I want a somewhat less expensive guitar (under 400) with p90s for it. im really lazy to sift through all the guitars on the GC or Sam Ash websites for one. anybody have any good ideas for me? im open to other guitars with other kinds of pickups as well, but I've had single coil and humbuckers and wanna try something new.
Schecter Blackjack SLS C-1 Active
Schecter Damien w/ Seymour Duncan Distortions
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#2
not sure if they're under budget, but some godins have p90s. might be worth a look. the (very few) godins i've tried were very nice for the money.
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#4
im anorexic and went to rehab for my disorder. lol jk but that would be awkward wouldn't it. and I've been researching, but you guys have never steered me wrong before. take it as a compliment.
Schecter Blackjack SLS C-1 Active
Schecter Damien w/ Seymour Duncan Distortions
Peavey 6505+ 112
Blackstar HT-1RC
Visual Sound Double Trouble
Line 6 M-5
#5
The Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Custom II is incredible for the price. Built like a tank and sounds like a 60's Gibson SG special. Awesome sustain and a huge variety of tones. I love mine, and it was only $200 used.
My Gear:

2006 Fender American Strat
'58 Reissue Korina Gibson Flying V
1963 Harmony H53 Rocket
Squier Tele Custom II

Fender Champion 600
#7
G&L makes some Teles with P90s in them, and Eastwood makes some P90s guitars too. Iunno how much the G&Ls cost, nor do I know much of anything about them bar that they have P90s and you can get semi-hollow ones, but the Eastwood P90 Special(LP Doublecut-type thing) is, like, $500 CDN new, and it's very solidly built and gives a really nice, clear crunch sound on the bridge pickup. I didn't really like the neck pup, found it really muddy and undefined but I found the exact same thing with the '60s Tribute Gibson SG I played a few weeks back and the MiM Strats I've played, so I guess I just don't like single coils in the neck...xD
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#8
G&L Tribute Series ASAT Special. They may not be proper p90's, but they are very much the same idea (single coils with balls) and the guitars sound just great