#1
So, i've done some research and looked around. I can't seem to find what I want. You see, i'm looking for a guitar with a few minor details.

Alder Body
24 Frets
Good Tremolo System
Two Humbuckers

I can't seem to find a guitar that has all of these things. Well, unless it's a signature and i'm not too fond of signature guitars. Was just hoping the guitarist here at UG could help me out. Also, if you could recommend a good amp for metal/heavy rock. Right now, i'd only use it for practice, but eventually i'm hoping to use it for gigging. My current amp is old and isn't exactly the best(But hey...it was free. Can't complain much!). Thanks UG!
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#3
check out the ibanez rg prestige series.
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Price?

Just curious, why do you want alder?
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#6
Yeah Jacksons sound good.

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#7
An ibaenz JEM, you'd have a single coil in the middle (unless you took it out)
And Jackson do those (well some of the trems arent the best)
and definatley carvin would do you.
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Price?

Just curious, why do you want alder?


Price really doesn't matter. I like the tone of alder. Just a preference of mine.
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Price really doesn't matter. I like the tone of alder. Just a preference of mine.


Then by all means, get a JEM!
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#11
Definitely look into Jacksons.

Price range and wattage for the amp?
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Price range and wattage for the amp?


No more than $400 - $500.
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#13
Check out Kramer. Not sure about the newer Gibson-made Kramers, but I know the older ones had a few models in alder, and they were pretty much the first two-humbucker, good tremolo-equipped (i.e. Floyd Rose trems, rather than something like a Bigsby) guitars there were that actually made it into the big leagues alongside makes like Gibson and Fender.