#1
Which one of this guitars you think is better to play rock/metal? (choose a number)

1-
ESP LTD V-50 NEW

2-
JACKSON JS32T USED (original)
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DEAN FLYING V USED (with EMG 81 bridge and EMG HZ neck and Kluson Locking Tuners)
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Your opinion will influence me a lot so please help me!
Sorry bad english
#2
whats your budget? location?
Ibanez VBT700
Zoom G1on
Amplitube 4/Reaper (Lepou)

Squier Chris Aiken Precision Bass (EMG GZR)
Ampeg 108B
#3
Do you drop tune much? The longer scale of the Jackson and ESP would be a bit better for that.
Schecter C-1+ (SH-2 Neck | SH-5 Bridge)
Breedlove C250/CMe-FS
Vox VT20+
#4
Quote by romeozdistress
whats your budget? location?


All the guitars he listed are beginner metal/rock guitars that can be found for around $200-250.
Schecter C-1+ (SH-2 Neck | SH-5 Bridge)
Breedlove C250/CMe-FS
Vox VT20+
#5
My budget is 250€. I'm from Portugal, there's a local store that sells the LTD V-50 for 245€.
#6
I know I could get a better quality guitar but I love flying V's and I want one. So if you can recommend another flying V -250€ I would appreciate it, if you can't please tell which one of those would you choose. The price is almost the same, but the Dean and the Jackson are used and the ESP is new.
#7
Hi FSWARS! You could see this site...it's a good European site...
Dario Hooker Di Marco
#8
ESP LTD V-50 NEW, not a fan of the starter level jacksons and never been a fan of dean. Also it being new is a major plus, as you have warranty if any issues arise. The dean does have the Emgs, which i guess may be a plus for you, if you like active pickups.
#9
Quote by Hooker84
Hi FSWARS! You could see this site...it's a good European site...


What site?
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#11
Have a look on thonman
"evil esteban"
if this thing melts again i'm takin' it to bugera headquarters, puttin' a bag of fecal matter on it, ringin' the doorbell and flippin the switch from "standby" to "on", and running.

"tubetime86"
This wasnt even a cool story... Bro.
#12
LOL I thought it was Dario Hooker Di Marco I searched it on google LOL
#13
I already looked at every known european online store, I actually bought a LTD F-10 in musicstore but I send it back because I wanted a Flying V, and kept the amp and strap.
I will buy the V-50. Hope that's a good choice. To everybody who answered thanks a lot. to who didn't answered and knew what to answear... F U C K Y O U
#14
Quote by FSWARS
I already looked at every known european online store, I actually bought a LTD F-10 in musicstore but I send it back because I wanted a Flying V, and kept the amp and strap.
I will buy the V-50. Hope that's a good choice. To everybody who answered thanks a lot. to who didn't answered and knew what to answear... F U C K Y O U


Great way to finish the thread ...
"evil esteban"
if this thing melts again i'm takin' it to bugera headquarters, puttin' a bag of fecal matter on it, ringin' the doorbell and flippin the switch from "standby" to "on", and running.

"tubetime86"
This wasnt even a cool story... Bro.
#15
I highly doubt the dean has a emg 81 - hz set.. nobody puts one active.and one passive pickup in
#16
Quote by halfj06
I highly doubt the dean has a emg 81 - hz set.. nobody puts one active.and one passive pickup in


It's true, no doubts I've seen the pictures
#18
Quote by FSWARS
It's true, no doubts I've seen the pictures


I seriously doubt this. It's not easy to wire an active and passive pickup. You have to have two seperate circuits, and you'll never be able to blend them. I doubt anyone did this to a low end Dean V.

Maybe they came with HZ's, the owner installed an active in the bridge and left the HZ in but it's not hooked up.