#1
I'm looking to buy a new guitar, but too many to choose from online and don't have a guitar store nearby (also, you're all much more guitar savy than me).

Here are some specs wanted :
-I want a relatively versatile guitar,
-I like to play a variety : rock, blues, funk and punk/alternative
-I wanna guitar that has a fast neck (that you can shred on, so neck can't be too big and bulky/thick).
-Has at least one humbucker.
-has a whammy bar
-US$1500 or under

Now I know there's no perfect guitar, but if you can recommend me some guitar models that can fit most of the criteria that'll be really helpful.

Thanks for all your help.
Last edited by montytown at May 13, 2006,
#2
*Ibanez RG1570 and swap the pups to a new one.
*ESP M-400, no need pup swap, the EMGs are good enough, alder.
*ESP MH-400, same as the M-400, cept its mahogany with quilted top.
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Last edited by madpickin03 at May 13, 2006,
#3
Ibanez RG series, they have a thin neck and normal sized frets thy're around 200-700 dollars
#4
Ibanez Rg or maybe a parker?
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ibanez makes good guitars get one of them
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#7
well that would really depend on the pick ups which you swapped them out with
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#8
well, ibanez makes a light guitar, if u want a heavier bass sound u might want to try a mahogany model.


but all in all, get the guitar that feels good to hold, and swap out the pups for ur preferred mellowness.

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Quote by montytown
thanks,
how does blues/funk sound on an Ibanez RG?

Sounds just fine, depends on ur pickup, if you use the IBZ DiMarzio made or INF stock in 'em, there's nothing special, just a normal tone but it works just fine. Also 80% is from ur amp.
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