#2
any guitars can be rhythm, it all depends on what u like
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#3
Quote by SG-Newkronic
any guitars can be rhythm, it all depends on what u like


definitely, guitars are very versatile, so they can be lead or rhythm.
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#5
They can be lead or rhythm. But IMO Les pauls I guess.
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#7
like they said anyguitar is a rhythm guitar or lead guitar it depends on what type of rhythm or lead sound you want to make. I always think of Les Pauls being rhythm for some reason although this is not always true they have a nice flat fret board for chords and such.
#8
Explorer, Ibanez Iceman, or hardtail Dean ML. I've always found that the bigger a guitar is, the more suited for low rythms it is.
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#9
when i think about rhythm guitars i always think about gretsch's, semi-hollow gibsons, and other semi-hollows
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#10
Almost anything except a Fender Esquire, a Gibson Melody Maker/LP Jr, an Epiphone LP Jr, a Tom Delonge Strat, or an EVH strat.

And even if you don't get the joke... Almost anything, really. It's all about sound.

But if you want low rhythm... You might be looking for a bass.
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#11
I'm assuming that you're using rhythm in an incredibly feeble and narrow minded sense to describe the largely non-melodic portion of metal guitar used as accompaniment

I don't really have any suggestions, but you should be more specific
#12
Quote by StaggHound


But if you want low rhythm... You might be looking for a bass.

Are you trying to say a rythm guitar should be trebley and bright?
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#13
Quote by MetalMilitia212
Are you trying to say a rythm guitar should be trebley and bright?


I'm saying that if you want to get really low, you need a bass.

Otherwise... Your strings get too floppy to get a sound out of.
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#15
Quote by pierce34celtic
Has it ever occurred to you that you can use thicker strings?


Sure, but over a 25" (generally) scale, unless they stand upright unsupported, they're going to get really floppy once you're an octave down.
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