#1
i was talking to a guy about guitars when he said ''a guitar is a guitar'' i cant agree with what he said cause, all guitars have a different sound to them, some are made for blues music, some are meade for metal music, just wanted to know, how many more people think like this?
Equipment:

Schecter 007 BlackJack
schecter c7 hellraiser
ibanez k7
Krank Revolution one stack
Tech 21 Trademark 30
Digitech Whammy Pedal
tech 21 killer wail
#2
If people think like that, they must be messed. Try playing Children of Bodom on an acoustic. It just doesn't work.
#3
this guy says that, a guitar is a guitar, in the sense that...whats the different between a westfield, and a ibanez...its down to the player to make it sound good, thats true, but a good guitar will make you sound even better, but hes certain that he wouldnt spend more that £400 on a guitar because ''there all the same''...
Equipment:

Schecter 007 BlackJack
schecter c7 hellraiser
ibanez k7
Krank Revolution one stack
Tech 21 Trademark 30
Digitech Whammy Pedal
tech 21 killer wail
#4
If he can't tell the difference in quality between a $200 guitar and a $2000 guitar, then I have a guitar to sell him.
#5
I agree to an extent.
Typically, for higher cost guitars you are paying for better pickups. Before you anaylitcal assholes get your panties in a knot over this, i mean the same model guitar up maybe 200$ is mainly just diff pickups.

Someone playing a $400 guitar can sound better than someone playing a $2000. thats just how music works. If you know your **** and can really play with some unique technique, it doesnt matter what the price tag on all your equipment is... you can still sound better than a new guy playing a custom Les Paul.

Cliff Notes:
Sure the diff woods etc do make a difference in quality of a guitar, but your abilitly to play outweighs the quality of guitar in your hands. So for the most part, a guitar is a guitar.

Sunburst ESP Viper-400 with EMG combo
Ibanez Talman Elec-Acoustic
1973 Denver Acoustic
Traynor Custom Valve 20
Classic Cry-Baby