#1
Hey guys!

I am looking for a new, dual humbucker, non-les paul type, preferably set-neck guitar, just because I don't own a decent dual humbucker guitar at the moment, and you just can't play everything you want on a telecaster :P . Plusses are setneck/neck-through, dual humbucker(duh), String-through/hardtail. Also, a nice look to it wouldn't hurt. Price range is about 400/500 Euro's, and I play al sorts of rock/blues/pop, mind this would be a guitar to play some heavier rock on.

I have selected a few guitars

Dean Avalance 4.0
Ibanez SZ320
Dean Hardtail Std. CPO

Let me now what you think! Any other sugegstions?
Gear
Gibson Les Paul Studio
London City Comet MK1
London City Spitfire II (Modded)
Squire Tele Custom (Modded)

Peavey Classic 30
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb
Line 6 Echo Park Delay
Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
#2
I've recently bought an Ibanez sz320 as a back up guitar and I'm impressed. I find it's more suited to rhythem than lead but yeah I'm well chuffed with it. Nice feel, nice weight overall for the price range I give it a very healthy 10 out of 10.

Just before I bought the Ibanez I was looking at Deans too, but I didn't like them too much, well not for me at any rate. They just didn't feel right. Not that I'm putting a downer on Deans at all it's like I say, they just weren't what I was after.

Anyway, good luck with the purchase.
#3
Thanks. Any other opinions?
Gear
Gibson Les Paul Studio
London City Comet MK1
London City Spitfire II (Modded)
Squire Tele Custom (Modded)

Peavey Classic 30
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb
Line 6 Echo Park Delay
Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
#4
Washburn WI64
Epiphone G-400
Washburn X30

Any of those would be good and in your price range...
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Washburn D10s Acoustic
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#5
Non Les Paul type, SG's or duel humbucker Godins are nice.
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Gibson Firebird Studio
Limited Edition Schecter 35th Anniversary C-1
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Ashdown Fallen Angel
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ESP Phoenix
#7
I second the washburn WI64. It's a really cool, nice guitar. The only thing you might not like is that it has VCC (Voice control contour or something) knobs instead of regular tone pots; they work sort of like a gradual coil-tap. Allows for a broader range of sounds, but not for everyone.
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Breedlove AD25/SM Acoustic
Chandler Les Paul w/Duncan Alnico II-Pro & Pearly Gates
Little Big Muff Pi
Dunlop Crybaby
Vox AD50VT

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#9
Jenneh

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#10
I second the schecter notion, you can prolly pick one up used for pretty cheap. they are great guitars.
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#11
sz OR schecter
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LTD Fx400
Ibanez S470dxqm w/Tone Zone
Buz Mcgrath's S7320 w/ emg 707s
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#13
I'm looking into schecters, but I live in holland, and it's not easy to get hold of schecters over here.. Same with those washburns. I'm going to check out the SZ very soon. Any opinions on those deans?
Gear
Gibson Les Paul Studio
London City Comet MK1
London City Spitfire II (Modded)
Squire Tele Custom (Modded)

Peavey Classic 30
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb
Line 6 Echo Park Delay
Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde
Dunlop Crybaby Classic