#1
which model should i go for?

parker p44
michael kelly valor custom archtop
agile al3000

I have big palm but small fingers, and my rg1570 is giving me pain and cramps. Its way too wide for me, wider than some other older wizard necks i try, no fuking idea why ibanez increase the width. So basically, wide necks are really off for me. (Wide not thick necks . . .)

I am a chameleon guitarist. I could be a blues man, but next day i might be a metal head, the following week i might be a little emo(which i doubt so but who knows) and so on. My main influences is dire straits right now. Some other bands/guitarist i like include of eric johnson, eric clapton, eagles, paul gilbert.
#2
Well, the Michael Kelly doesn't have very good fret access, but it's sexy as hell, and plays ace.
The Parker has a coil tap, 24 easy to reach frets, and overall kick ass specs.
The AL-3000 is beautiful, and affordable.

To tell you the truth, I'm not sure. Play them I guess.
Go into the store, grab one, and see how they play.
#3
Yeah, what he said.
I havent actually played any of them but i have looked at them.
Jackson Dinky? I dunno, try that mabie if you can. Or mabie Jackson soloist if you want some single coils with that serving of kick ass.
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#5
I actually could only try out the parker. The rest, arent really available in my location. The parker neck suit me well, and I am currently lying towards parker more. But could someone tell me more on the piezo thingy, can it do? I am able to produce acoustic tone without any pedals, and what else? distortation or? The one i tried didnt have any piezo stuff right there so couldnt really try out