#1
I'm having a hard time when it comes to thinking about what I want. I play bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers (alot), a little Bedouin Soundclash (Not alot), Jimi Hendrix, Oasis and so on with those types of music. Mostly rock, a little touch of reggae (bedouin), and some times I need distortion. Now at one point I was going to get an Epihpone Dot and a Vox amp. I like the vox but I am starting to doubt about the Epiphone. What guitars do you guys recommened with my price range of under 600.
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#2
Anyone want to answer?
One Love

“One good thing about music, when it hits- you feel no pain” -Bob Marley
#3
Is that 600 UK, cad, US, aus, etc.

Anyways i am gonna suggest either a fat strat or a '72 telecaster deluxe with two humbuckers. Both are very versatile and can play those styles well. Surpisingly, the tele is awesome for those kinds of bands as i have tried one and i play a lot of oasis and rhcp.
#4
It is 600 Canadian and I am not really interested in Fenders. It may be a surprise but I don't really like how they look.
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#5
HSS strat (fat strat) seconded.

Why do you have doubts about the epiphone? Just try out lots of guitars and get what you like.

Edit: You should be buying a guitar based on how it sounds, not how it looks. If you hate the strat and tele look, you're pretty much limited to les pauls.
#6
Do you think the Epiphone is a good fit for the types of music i play?
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“One good thing about music, when it hits- you feel no pain” -Bob Marley
#7
Not particularly for the hendrix and rhcp higher gain stuff. Hollow and semi-hollow guitars produce a lot of feedback and are better for blues and lighter gain and clean stuff. I would seriously recommend either strat, tele or a les paul to cover all of the required styles, maybe an outside chance of an SG.
#8
i will say either a s/s/s strat or a h/s/s strat they will give you most of the sounds your looking after