#2
Go to a shop and play a load, decide for yourself.

Don't buy blindly, even if you have to travel miles and miles, it'll be worth it to try out before hand.
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#3
get the first one. its cheaper and it looks nicer
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#4
The Classic 60's Strats are nice playing and sounding guitars, I've played quite a few, but the bridge pickups are really bright.
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Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#5
Quote by Bpags868
get the first one. its cheaper and it looks nicer

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RHCP is right. Try them out for yourself.
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#6
Aren't they essentially the same guitar?

I have the blue from your second link. I bought mine used for $200. It's an amazing guitar. It's crreping up towards the top of my list and it might turn out to be my main axe. I had some problems with the frets at first though. Some of the frets were higher than the others. After hours of messing around with the action and realizing that nothing would work i just started filing down the frets. All that aside though, these things are sweet.
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#7
first one. looks alot nicer. BUT TRY BEFORE BUYING! i cant stress that enough.
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#8
First one is "blemished", look a little closer at the description, the one for sale is not the one in the pic