#1
just wondering what are some of the lower end guitars w/ active emgs?

can you install emgs into an ibanez? maybe way off
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#2
Quote by defmetal101
just wondering what are some of the lower end guitars w/ active emgs?

can you install emgs into an ibanez? maybe way off


not sure about the first question, but as far as I understand, you can install actives in most electrics as long as there is space for the batteries.
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#3
The Jackson MG series Dinky has EMG's, but I would not get the trem- equipped one, I would get the string-through one.
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#4
you can install emg's in any guitar if yoy switch the electronics and have room for a battery, basically.

I think trying to find the cheapest guitar with them stock might be a false economy- less money will have been put towards the wood and hardware etc.
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#5
by the first q i ment what are the lowest price range guitars you get with active emgs stock standard
My gear:
Ibanez jem555, rg320, rg170dx
Ashton gt100 amp
boss me50
#6
^ i know, and I said I'm not sure if that's the best way to go about things.

anyway, some of the jackson pro series, washburns, schecters, esp , all have some lower EMG models. I think hamer have some now too. EDIT: and cort.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#7
The LTD 400 series would be my first choice. Also Godin guitars have a new series that come standard with EMGs. I know they tend to be pretty affordable, although I don't know what their street prices are.

Also, Cort have a new series of instruments all loaded wtih EMGs.

http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/common/list.asp?series_id=20
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