#1
I'm going to buy one here soon, and I know the guitarist for DGD uses a flying V, and their rhythm guitarist uses a tele, so I wonder if the strat would just be the best of both to do either with. The tele is hotter, but my gut is leaning towards the strat.

Thoughts?
#2
Never heard of that band and with a name like that I don't think I want to.

Edit: sorry I though I was still in the Pit
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#3
I kinda like DGD.

You aren't going to make a strat with single coils sound like a Gibson V in a million years. You might get the guitar to sound a bit like a telecaster, but given strats don't sound like V's any more than a tele does, I don't see why you don't just get a tele.

What is your budget? What features do you want? New/used, location etc.
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#4
T00DEEPBLUE

Should have clarified, was leaning towards an HSS strat. As far as budget, American standard level at least
#6
A strat is nowhere "between" a tele and a Flying V that I'm aware of.
If you're leaning toward a strat for other reasons, go for it.