#1
sorry guys, but i need expert advice

i have a budget of £200 for a guitar and £200 for an amp...

they have to be gig worthy as i am in a new band, and we are hoping to get small gigs in the near future.

i was looking at this guitar: http://www.guitar.co.uk/guitars/electric/617-squier_tele_custom_ii_maple_electric_guitar

and this one:
http://www.guitar.co.uk/guitars/electric/171-epiphone_g400_electric_guitar

i was also thinking about this amp:
http://www.guitar.co.uk/amplifiers/electric/52-roland_cube60

please help me and tell me what you think
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#3
we need to know what kind of music that u play, i wouldnt trust squiers or cheap epis though, my affinity squier is horrible, but i guess its up to u what u like.
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Pedals
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#4
i play mostly punk like sex pistols, but i like bands like Guns n roses, motley cru, jimi hendrix
but i think the band will playing pretty much 100% punk style
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#7
The cube is of course suggested by all. The SG, I think, would be better. I'm sure there are other guitars out there, but I'm not sure if they'd fit the whole punk thing. (Doesn't know crap about the punk sound, sorry.)

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#8
I'd probably suggest the Tele since it has P90s.

The pickups in the G400s are kind of bland and weak, in my opinion.
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#10
thanks for the help, and special thanks to Eminored for the hug
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