#1
as in reggae and blues... this is what i play... any suggestions on what guitars in the 3-400 price range?

im getting a traynor 40 reverb mate for christmas...is that any good? ive heard good reviews but im still unsure...by the way the price range for the amp is 100-150 and i want some volume to play in coffeeshops, and use mostly clean with slight distortion


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#3
The Traynor isn't a bad amp actually. I think that will suit you just fine in a coffee shop. As for the guitar, I would recommend a Fender Strat, or maybe a Telecaster. The standard Mexican Strat is in that price range, as a well as the Tele. Those would be your best bet.
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#4
thanks guys... so fender strat it is
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#5
Epiphone do a Bob Marley tribute Les Paul. I think Gibson do too. Maybe these would be good for Reggae, considering the artist involved. Mind you, the Epiphone is only suitable for BIG Marley fans as it has his face stamped on the body, and it's not very small. You can pick this guitar up way cheaper than the RRP, just like a lot of the gimmick/tribute guitars Epiphone have made (e.g. Lynrd Skynrd, Iron Cross, Mr Skull etc)

Strats though, fit the bill very well, as would a Tele, or an Epiphone 335/Riviera/Casino. Or a Les Paul with P-90's.