#1
Hay guiz, I've been playing guitar for around 2 years or so, and I'm using a crappy First Act Fender clone with a crappy amp. I'm in the market for a new guitar and amp and a pedal, and I'm looking for a sound similar to Coheed and Cambrias, while still being able to play Alkaline Trio or anything else I may come up with. So flexibility is really key. With that in mind, I put together this gear setup. Can someone help me and make sure I havn't royally f*cked anything up?


http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-LP100-Electric-Guitar?sku=518661
Epiphone LP-100


http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/MXR-ZW44-Wylde-Overdrive-Pedal?sku=151118
Zakk Wylde MXR ZW-44 Overdrive

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-25R-Frontman-Series-II-Guitar-Combo?sku=480669
Fender 25R Frontman Amp
#2
The amp and guitar still scream 'starting gear' if you were to get an Epiphone Les Paul Standard, and a Roland Cube 60.. that'd be a whole different story.
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Carvin CT-4
Ibanez TS-9
Carvin Quad-X
TC Electronics G-Major
Mesa/Boogie 2:90
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#3
if youve been playin for 2 years you should spend a little more then that on a guitar.
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#5
Quote by which ones pink

Roland Cube 30x

You don't need an overdrive pedal with that amp.


Would I get the same sound as I would with the Overdrive? From the samples, it sounds perfect.