#1
I'm in the market for a new guitar. Some specifications that it must have are :
Fixed Bridge
24 frets
Mahogany Body
2 Humbuckers Configuration
2 Volume and 1 Tone knobs
Set Neck or Neck Through Body
And my price limit is $1400 AUS

I play mainly Metal, but i also play rock, classic rock, blues, jazz. Basically all genres.

Also on the esp website, on some guitars it says set through neck. What exactly is a set through neck? i know what a bolt on, a neck through and a set neck is, but not a set through. if anyone could explain that would be great.

Thanks for your help
Last edited by Spency at Sep 11, 2007,
#2
through-neck means that the piece of wood used for the neck goes all the way through the body aswell...
i'm not sure how much $1400AUS is...
could look at Jackson rhoads and dinkys...
maybe Schecter...

#3
in ESP's term, set-thru net simply means a set neck with a sculpted heel, such that it feels like a neck thru.
Peavey 5150, LTD EX400BD, tubescreamer, and a whole lotta fingers
#5
Id like to stay away from V shaped guitars and most other extreme shapes. Keep the suggestions coming.
#6
Quote by Spency
Id like to stay away from V shaped guitars and most other extreme shapes.

But...they're so awesome

Some kind of superstrat might fit your needs.
Last edited by burning_snowman at Sep 11, 2007,
#7
Quote by burning_snowman
But...they're so awesome

Some kind of superstrat might fit your needs.

the washburn x series and the esp m, h and mh are pretty cool