#1
What are some good singlecut body gutars?

I finally realized that singlecut sums up my preferred guitar body style XD

i ran a searc on singlecut and got tonsa nonsense threads so search = no

EDIT: other than LP, that one is a given -.-
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#2
Dunno about anyone else, but I reckon the name Les Paul might be mentioned at some point...
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#3
well obv other than LP -.-

that one is a given XD
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If we did tune using the 5th fret on the G string it'd be a C. At the moment it goes G B which stands for George Bush. So obviously GB doesn't want you to C the truth! To the conspiracy cave!
#4
Prs?
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#5
PRS Singlecut is the ****.

In fact, it's so the **** that it was the only recent single cutaway guitar Gibson sued. It looks nothing like a Gibson, but they were afraid of a gutiar that's actually better than a Les Paul.

They're expensive bastards, though.

Also check out the Fernandes Ravelle for a more modern shape, and the Washburn WI66 for a single-and-a-half-cutaway. Awesome axes.
#6
Tele's. Not as metal as most LP's and prs's but they're nice.
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#7
ESP eclipse II series in black and gold man they are the best cutaways i can think of they have a 24 fret version as well but i think its the LTD