#2
I'd go with the one that is set thru. neck thru may be more desireable, but they arent going to sound much different. the reason I'd suggest the set thru though is because you would be getting the floyd 1000 rather than the floyd special.
#3
whats the difference between those floyds? was just about to ask about that lol
#4
yeah i'd agree with his^^ assessment.

the frt-1000 is a korean-made version of the OFR. the special is too, but (as far as i'm aware) has zinc saddles and sustain block, so basically isn't as good.

that being said, either are (supposedly- i haven't checked this myself) a direct swap for a schaller-made ofr, so if you really cared, you could upgrade either to a really good trem. for example if the 350 is a lot cheaper than the 1000, it might make more sense to get it and then upgrade the trem later. assuming both guitars are built to the same quality (haven't tried them myself).
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No Ibanez?

exactly thats the perfect choice for august burns red...they use the ibanez rga....if i were you i would go with a s model ibanez i havew a sas32ex and its the best looking and best playing guitar ive ever played for metal