#1
Ok I have a problem... I want a step up guitar like the SG Faded Special but I dont know. I have been playing for 8 months and have a crap guitar with a zoom g2.1u effects and a peavey envoy 110 40w amp. Should I buy the Faded Special or are there better step up guitars? My limit is about $650 and I play almost any rock and very little metal and some blues. So please help me.
#2
There's plenty of other guitars that you could get. The Gibson's might be a good guitar (try it out first) but at that price range there are plenty of other options.
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#3
Piece of crap!!!
don't buy it!!!
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#4
What guitar do you have now?

Because if you're looking for better playability, then look at a guitar. However, if you're looking for a better sound, then it would be better to look for a new amp.
#5
some of them suck, some of them kick ass
on mine the neck feels silky smooth the fretboard is really comfortable (thats just mine), but i would recommend new pups if u get 1
#6
Quote by gibsonpenguin
What guitar do you have now?

Because if you're looking for better playability, then look at a guitar. However, if you're looking for a better sound, then it would be better to look for a new amp.

I have a guitar that you can buy circuit city called baldwin (piano company) and the amp is fine it sounds great I just want another guitar
#7
I love my SG special faded, and i jumped up to it from a tradition (no-name guitar) after about two years of playing. I honestly don't think it's neccessary to go gibson because and epiphone seems fine for you, i'd go with and epi sg and a solid practice amp, like a roland cube.
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#8
Send me that Peavey Envoy if you don't want it anymore! As someone else said the Faded SG (Gibson) is a good axe but try out as many as possible. Quality control is not as good as some of the higher-end Gibsons. Ditch the Zoom and get a few good pedals. These are my opinions, some may disagree.
#9
There are dogs and gems in every series of assembly line guitars. You just gotta' know how to pick out the good ones.
#10
ya is second the suggestion from BreakingTheGirl......an epiphone would be great but dont get the sg310 u prob want the sg400....thats if u def want an sg....a les paul standard is good too.....and i have a roland cube 15 as my bedroom practice amp....and my main amp a flextone...but im sure a roland cube 60 would be just as good as my flextone...that is if u want to go as loud as a 60 watt amp