#1
I've been quoted a Mockingbird Pro X for $1499.
http://bcrich.com/models/guitars-and-bass/Mockingbird/Mockingbird-Pro-X/66
That's the Pro X.

I've been quoted a Dinky DK2M for $1319.
http://www.haworthguitars.com.au/products/guitars/electric/jackson-japanese-dk2m/
That's the DK2M but that's not the place I'm planning to buy it from.

I've owned a Dinky and the fretboard was amazing. So thin and the compound neck makes it easy to play power chords and shred on higher frets. On the other hand I currently own a BC Rich Mockingbird Masterpiece and it's the best guitar I've ever owned but I need a guitar that has a floating bridge because I need the ability to use a whammy bar and my current Masterpiece (aptly named) has a tune o matic with a body through design so no whammy bar.

Cheers guys.
#2
wrong forum
moved to EG
Actually called Mark!

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