#1
well, does it?

and is there any real difference between the 520EX and the 470DXQM?, besides the H/S/H setup and a quilted top?
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#4
i'v seen them in gloss black, a kind of matt gray (my person fav) and a green with is just ewww. Playing wise, i dont know why but the s520ex just felt better then the regular 470, which is still great. I guess the only real diffrence is pick-ups output and if u really want/need the single coil.

There both really good duitars tho, im looking to buy a 520 this summer
#5
Besides the black and the new green shadow flat, there's this color, Dark Violet Flat.


Not too sure where you'd get this in the US, but it'd probably be made in Korea or China.
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#6
so waht should i get?


520?
or
s470dxqm

i already have a strat copy so im not in need of single coils, the strat covers blues


the epi has humbuckers which covers the metal


do i want an H/S/H vonfig on my next guitar?

or just HH
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#7
it's all up to you. if you go with the s470, you could always not use the sc, but the sc doesn't allow you to combine bridge and neck position.
#8
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it's all up to you. if you go with the s470, you could always not use the sc, but the sc doesn't allow you to combine bridge and neck position.


But that's an easy push-pull switch mod. Could even wire it to kick in all three pickups at once.
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#9
You can get the S520ex in a "metallic grey" colour too (like mine) - It's a nice finish!
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