#1
Basically: I don't like curvy guitars. I really don't!
I Like...
straight lines
sharp edges
angles
alternative designs

It's like the guitars are more aggressive and ready to be played hard.

So my question is... do you know some guitars that could interest me?

For those of you who don't know what i'm talking about:

#2
B.C Rich guitars, Bernie Rico guitars, and Guerilla guitars are all agressively shaped. ESP also does a lot like tht
#4
+1 to Guerilla Guitars. They just look brutal. And one of my favorite "pointy" guitars is the Jackson Rhodes v
#5
INB4 Razorback.

Seriously though, Razorbacks are pretty badass sometimes, when not toted by wannabes.
#8
Jackson- Kelly, Randy Rhoads V's, King V's
Bc Rich- (shitty tones usually though so rather stay away. Ive heard the Beast and Virgo aren't too bad though)
Ibanez- Iceman, Glaive, Destroyer, Xiphos
ESP- AX, EX, FX
Dean- Razorbacks
Schecter- Avenger
#9
Quote by mariotyler
Jackson- Kelly, Randy Rhoads V's, King V's
Bc Rich- (shitty tones usually though so rather stay away. Ive heard the Beast and Virgo aren't too bad though)
Ibanez- Iceman, Glaive, Destroyer, Xiphos
ESP- AX, EX, FX
Dean- Razorbacks
Schecter- Avenger


+1, especially to the Xiphos. DO WANT.
#10
Didn't know Guerilla guitars, and they look maaad!
DBZ Guitars are pretty awesome as well, nice shapes and paint job.

Thanks everyone!
#11
The Parker Fly definitely doesn't look aggressive at all, and I've played a bunch of them, so I can say that they're so easy to play, that you don't need to play hard on them.

Also, you said you don't like curvy guitars, which the Fly definitely is.
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#12
^The Parker Fly has a cool headstock and serious edges on both sides of the body. There will always be some curves (otherwise, why not play a wooden block with strings?..), but on the parker these curves dissolve in sharp edgy ends that add to the overall look. It's hard to explain what i love about it (especially in English), but i just do.
#13
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There will always be some curves

Find me the curves on a Jackson King V.
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Find me the curves on a Jackson King V.


Actually the bottom end of the V is curved pretty well.
#18
i wouldn't call parkerfly sharp, edgy or pointy but smooth and curvy. if its alternative design you're after,
the wangcaster
any danelectro
bc rich
esp ltd
ibanez
jackson
or just google your search requirements and look for the brand name
#19
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The Parker Fly definitely doesn't look aggressive at all, and I've played a bunch of them, so I can say that they're so easy to play, that you don't need to play hard on them.

Also, you said you don't like curvy guitars, which the Fly definitely is.


+1

Also +1 to ESP & BC Rich suggestions. Some Jacksons too.
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I like my guitars how I like my women. Curvy and react well to my fingers.
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