#1
I just bought like $750 worth of gear in the past month in a half so i really don't want to spend to much on a second guitar because i am saving for a Marshall or Orange head. But i could use a second guitar because i want to play in Drop b, b and Drop a, I can pull off Drop C and Drop C# having my action set at Drop d and still go to E but it has some buzzing.
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#2
Longer scale and bigger gauges are all you need!
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#3
Why don't you just buy a bass guitar?
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I just bought like $750 worth of gear in the past month in a half so i really don't want to spend to much on a second guitar because i am saving for a Marshall or Orange head. But i could use a second guitar because i want to play in Drop b, b and Drop a, I can pull off Drop C and Drop C# having my action set at Drop d and still go to E but it has some buzzing.



ok..you post was a bit confusing...You want a guitar to pull of drop B and drop A, and your current guitar handles everything from drop c to E standard?

I would recommend something from Dean or Schecter, a lower end, for that price range..

Just make sure it has at least a 24 3/4 scale, (preferably 25.5"), but don't expect gold for 300 bucks..

I would save up for a little longer, as guitars that handle Drop b/a can be had for $500 all day long on ebay, amazon, pawn shops, guitar stores..

That or an Ibanez 7 string...can't remember the base model (7321 I think) and its only $400
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#5
An Ibanez RG321 would be good. If you can find one on Craigs List or ebay, it'd only be $150-$200. If you're in America, you could try to find a baritone by SX or Douglas, I haven't looked at Rondo so I don't know if they actually have something like that or not, but they might.

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