#1
I found one of these on Craigslist. The guy sanded down the black and now it's got a natural finish. He also put D-Activators in it. I want a guitar that's super lightweight, plays well, and sounds good for various medium-to-high gain applications (post-rock/post-metal, rock, metal, punk). I've also got kinda big hands, would that be an issue?
#2
I probably would. Even if it sucks, you're not losing much.
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#3
Are S420s not very good? I know for $250 I'm not getting something stellar, but I figured it'd at least be good enough for a beginner.
#4
S420s are perfectly good mid range guitars. For $250 with aftermarket pickups it's a steal.
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Are S420s not very good? I know for $250 I'm not getting something stellar, but I figured it'd at least be good enough for a beginner.

He's referring to whether or not the specific example you're buying might have a mechanical problem, hence why it is so cheap.
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