#1
Hey guys, I need some opinions.
I currently play a prs se 22, and I am constantly changing tunings from E standard to drop b. Not good for the neck and the strings. So, I am looking for a decent guitar to fill the gap for the lower tunings. I'll keep the prs for e standard to drop C# at the lowest. Then here comes my question, do i get:

http://www.rondomusic.com/spadpronat.html
or
http://www.rondomusic.com/scope725natfx.html

Both guitars get good reviews for what they are, and I love the spad pro just because it looks like it would work perfectly for drop b, drop a. But, the 7 string looks awesome too so I could finally learn some 7 string music, but my main question is, how could I do for instance drop B and drop A tunings on the 7 string and go back to the BEADGBE tuning that I would normally play in without putting a lot of stress on the neck with changing tunings. Hope that makes sense.
What are your opinions guys?
#2
i'd go with the six string. But only because of the pickups. if you were to change the pickups on the seven string then that could work too.
#3
If I did that, I'd most likely only swap out the bridge pickup with something obviously hotter. The drop tuning thing still comes into play though.
#5
looks awesome. i actually just ordered myself a sx hawk ultra. welcome to the rondo club.
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#6
Douglas are pretty cheap. I owned a 7 string and it was terrible. I got a Washburn WG587 for $90 on eBay and it is so much better it's ridiculous.

Have you tried searching for something used locally?
#8
I've heard great thing about the spads. I've got a WRL590 and its built really well. I'd grab the spad imo.
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