#1
He wants to play Guitar. His budget stands at under 600 dollars. First he wanted an Epiphone Les Paul, and now he wants a Dean. Well, I like the upper-model Deans, but I don't know much about the lower lines. He likes heavier music the most (Alice In Chains, Megadeth, etc.).

Help me, or really you'd be helping him find a guitar, that fits him.
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#2
If he's a beginner there is really no point in him getting a high end guitar.
#4
Does this 600 dollars (US currency, yeah?) include amp, accessories AND guitar?
#5
Ibanez RG, but it may be a bit too good for a starter
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#6
i dont want him to get an upper-model

and 600 is PLENTY for a beginner

i didnt even have that much both when i started bass and guitar
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Does this 600 dollars (US currency, yeah?) include amp, accessories AND guitar?



yeah, but he lives in a two bedroom apartment: he doesnt need MUCH power

if need be, i'd help him with the amp

remember, he is JUST starting
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#9
^Fair enough, with 600 dollars, he has a good choice of guitars.

He can grab an Ibanez RG321MH which is perfect for beginner - intermediate level players.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-RG321-Electric-Guitar-with-Planet-Waves-Accessory-Pack?sku=517948

Mahogany body, sleek Wizard II neck which is very easy to play (in my opinion however; he's best to toy around with one to see if he likes the feel), dual humbuckers and an uncomplicated hardtail system.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-Micro-Cube-Combo-Amp?sku=481169

Small Roland Microcube, very small and is perfect for quiet bedroom practicing.
#10
Quote by Mwoit

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-Micro-Cube-Combo-Amp?sku=481169

Small Roland Microcube, very small and is perfect for quiet bedroom practicing.


i like roland, but will the micro have enough kick?
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#11
^For metal and stuff? For a small beginners amp, I find it does. Try it out in a store perhaps?
#12
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i like roland, but will the micro have enough kick?

yes, it will. I love the roland mini cubes so much.

I suggest getting your friend a dean EVO NOIR

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dean-EVO-Noir-Guitar?sku=519844

....The only reason i'm saying this, is becuase TRent Reznor plays it and I love it.
but it's a bit lacking in the features department. 400 dollars for flashy looks and decent dean circuitry? Seems good to me but maybe not you.
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