#1
i want to route out my den mlx for a floyd but the problem is i dont want to spend a crap load on it
#2
Then don't bother - you'd be better off simply buying a new guitar.
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#4
the problem is there are hardly any left handed guitars out there with a floyd and if they are they are in the 1000 to 2000 range
#5
Dude, Schecter.
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Gibson Les Paul Custom
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#6
It's an expensive job and an expensive part (provided you buy a good one, if you cheap out on it then it'll crap out on you), there's no way round it. Better to spend the money than screw up your guitar for the sake of a few dollars.
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#7
schecter the only guitar i like is the syn signature and i mean i want to get a left handed foyd guitar i have a floyd ibanez but its a little disappointing to me cause it doesnt have that dean sound
#8
There's no such thing as "that dean sound", chances are you simply have amp issues.
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#9
the neck man sorry i like the ibanez neck is just like its about to break but the dean is fine and yeah i just like the deans better