#1
Can SOMEONE tell me which I should get

Tanglewood TSE-605
OR
Peavey Rotor EX

See the thread

Buying Peavey Rotor
#2
Try them out, see which one you like best...?
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#4
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#5
Hey, i have a tanglewood tse 605!! They are pretty alright guitars, good for the price and i have not had any problems as of yet. Quite versatile to, i play rock, indie, a bit of blues, ska, 60's, 70's and 80's stuff too. Very good guitar for the price. Check out my review of it. There is one detail which i messed up on my review on though. I meant to say that it had green tulip tuning keys. Lol!
#6
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Hey, i have a tanglewood tse 605!! They are pretty alright guitars, good for the price and i have not had any problems as of yet. Quite versatile to, i play rock, indie, a bit of blues, ska, 60's, 70's and 80's stuff too. Very good guitar for the price. Check out my review of it. There is one detail which i messed up on my review on though. I meant to say that it had green tulip tuning keys. Lol!

I used too have one but it got nicked...that is why i need a new one...the only problem is my old guitar is an old Aria Cardinal Series and is half broken and the Tanglewood would take 8-10 days to arrive...AND I'VE GOT A GIG ON MONDAY
#7
Oh, in that case, you could see if a local guitar shop near you stocks it or has a different guitar for rent. One near me lets you rent out guitars and that for decent prices, try that.
#9
It should only cost about a tenner to rent for the day tops. Then after that, save up the tenner you lost and buy the new guitar. Shop around, make a day of just going round guitar shops on the weekend and have a look around, you should be able to find one you want in your price range by the end. Also, if a guitar is just out of your budget (e.g. £200) just haggle 'em down.

Hope those tips help!