#1
Schecter C-1 Classic

Jackson Randy Rhoads

OR

the hello kitty strat
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#4
well out of those 3 id go for the RRV or the Schecter the hello kitty has horrible tone wood. but the jackson and schecter have 2 different tones the RRV is alder which will cut through with more high range, great for soloing, the C1 classic is mahogany and will have a darker meatier sound distorted but a warm sound clean, i prefer mahogany because it still can get a great warm lead tone and give you a nice crunch
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#5
lol hello kitty ftw!!!!
but seriously...i dont know. wats ur budget? wat amp do u have? u play metal/rock right?
and it depends which randy rhoads. if its the RR24, then its very un-versatile. if its the js-20 or seomthing like that, it's a "entry level" guitar kinda thing. the schecter C1 classic is good, but is somewhat overpriced. check out the Jackson MG (dinky series) too, and have a look at ESPs, and definnitely try before u buy.
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#7
the hello kitty was a joke lol

but as of right now i have a fender amp (hoping on getting a Peavey) and i play mostly metal but sometimes i like to tread in the world of ska

my budget is probably round $600 - $800
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#8
i have a shecter c1+ and its an awesome playing guitar. the feel of the shecters are awesome
#9
i want a lp studio but not the budget. so im thinking of getting a schecter and they say theyre good for metal. but i saw on the used guitar center site that they had lp studio for $800
#10
I'd go for a C-1 Artist, personally, I like the simplistic look of it a lil better, but that's just me.
#11
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JK - Schecter is your best bet.

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#13
Which JAckson? Either way, I would say the quality is higher then the Schecter, and looks badass without all the inlays and flashy stuff.
#14
I'd get a C-1 Elite/Plus and upgrade the pickups to something that suits the music that you play.

What guitar do you have now?

A new amp would probably be more important depending on what Fender you have.
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#15
go with the C-1.
hellraiser or the classic. both are very good guitars.
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#16
I'd go Schecter by far. They are great guitars for the money. Never been a fan of RR Guitars, too uncomfortable to play imo.
#17
C-1.
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