#2
strats are pretty lightweight and SGs are somewhat light.... its shouldn't really be much of a problem though with any guitar unless you're a really small person b/c i have a les paul which is notorious for being one of the heaviest guitars out there, annd its not bad IMO... i can stand and play it a good hour before noticing anything really
#4
almost any Ibanez guitar
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#5
Any MusicMan guitar. Excellent craftmanship, awesome models, good prices for what you get.
My gear:
-Ibanez JS 6000 Custom w/ 11-48 gauge
-Ibanez FGM 400BB w/ 10-46 gauge
-Peavey 6505 2x12 Combo
-MXR Phase 90
-Boss DD-6 Digital Delay
-Morley Wah/Volume Pro Series II
-Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer
-Gator G-Bus 8
-Xotic BB Preamp
#6
My Epiphone Les Paul (yes!) LP-100 is quite light!
Lighter then most of the Fender shit...

But the lightest guitars are the acoustic ones
#8
well i 'm only 16 n i only weigh round 115 n im a girl and my strat starts to bother me only after like 30 mins.
#9
Quote by americnidiot
strats are pretty lightweight and SGs are somewhat light....

Ya SGs are light but they apparently break easily, hits the ground once and it's gone!
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Crafter 12 string
Orange Rocker 30 combo
Vox AC30CC2
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Boss MIJ GE-7 (c1987)
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#10
my prs ses are pretty light.
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#11
I'm also a girl and i weigh 120 i also have a strat and i prefer my SG over my strat. but that's just me. =P
*Gibson SG
*Fender Strat
*B.C. Rich NJ Series Mocking Bird

*Ibanez PF series acoustic
*Ibanez AE 30
#12
look into ibanez they have alot of very lightweight guitars
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#13
PRS. they're lightweight and they play great
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Boss CS-3 Compression
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#14
yeah ibanez has the lightest i can think of, made of basswood. lighter then mahogany and alder i believe
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#15
If you like your guitar you could just buy a padded strap. Unless it's hurting your back. In that case, your playing posture might just be crappy.
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#16
my squier is pretty light, but its just abody and a neck. no tuners electronics, stings, bridge, etc.


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#17
Quote by rage6945
PRS. they're lightweight and they play great



yeah, check out a custom 22 or standard 22. They're really comfortable.
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#21
Quote by rage6945
PRS. they're lightweight and they play great


A PRS when you're 16... then you got to have quite a lot money