#1
Hi all, looking to buy a new guitar, and have narrowed it down to a used Charvel here, or a new Ibanez S series.



I'm looking for something versatile, I have a metal heart, but I want the guitar to be able to do more (especially clean sounds). I'm going to buy a Dimarzio Crunch lab for the bridge, but have no idea what I'd do for mid/nec k on either (I don't like the LiquiFire).



What are your thoughts?



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#2
Mmmmm... 90s Charvels <3

It'll probably be your best bet in terms of versatility.
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#3
Quote by jeleopard
Mmmmm... 90s Charvels <3

It'll probably be your best bet in terms of versatility.


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Quote by jeleopard
Mmmmm... 90s Charvels <3

It'll probably be your best bet in terms of versatility.


I dunno man, with a crunch lab installed and if it's an S-series with single coils there's not gonna be much that the Ibanez cant do exceedingly well...they're kinda known for being versatility monsters. Obviously they don't have the cool factor of a Charvel, but id venture that an Ibanez S with a crunch lab and single coils would be even more versatile than the Charvel.
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#5
That Charvel is HSS too....

If its got an OFR which I think it does.... Go for that.

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#6
The S series is HSH, Charvel is HSS.

What kind of single coils should I pick up, if possible I'd like to do a Strat kind of sound and a warm jazzy sound, the jazz sound is more important than the strat sound, I'd just like a little twang sound to use in clean.