whats a good metal guitar that goes for less than £250.I'm thinking about getting a vintage metal axxe wraith
I like the lag matt design jet 100. www.lag.fr (it's in french, unfortunately). IMO, better than the Ibanez rg321 (which is decent, certainly).
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Cheap ibanez, like the RG series are great. They're designed for metal.

ESP's are alright, but not that good compared to others in the price range.

Vintage guitars, [available only in England], have a metal guitars series and they're pretty good.

But no matter how metal you are, DON'T TOUCH B.C. RICH! Even their expensive guitars suck, so I wouldn't touch the cheap ones with a ten foot pole.

EDIT: sorry for stating the obvious, I didn't read the first post! Gotta pay mroe attention next time.
Don't get the Vintage RR style V
You'll regret it unless you always play standing, its painful to say the least, if you want a V get an epiphone

i'll list some decent cheap metal guitars (or guitars suitable for metal)
Epiphone v and explorer
Any Ibanez in your price range pretty much
If you're lucky you'll get a decent LTD
If you want versatility fender standard strat but you'll have to save up about £40-£50 more
Vintage metal Axxe series but NOT the V
Jackson (again dont go with the Vs unless you plan to stand up your whol time or get the jck put elsewhere on the body)