#1
that can play mostly everything? Jazz, Rock, Funk, Blues, and maybe some metal

i was thinking a G&L tribute...
#2
PRS SE. Fender HSS Strat.
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#4
Quote by Two-headedboy
don't get a fat strat, i like the tribute idea, or maybe get an eastwood or something.


What's wrong with fat strats?
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#5
I don't know what much about G&L, but I will tell you to avoid Fat Strats, they just sound bad, if you want a Les Paul, get one, if you want a Strat, get one. When you mix the two together, the result is just a mess.

Also, I've found that the PRS SE series isn't that nice, they cost ALOT for what you get and they feel very cheap.

I'd recommend one of these, you get the cutaways and comfy body of a strat, but with a mahogany body and great pickups.

http://www.rondomusic.com/product1009.html

edit:

I lied, I have some experience with G&L.

One of my friends bought one, a sunburst strat shaped one with a maple top and single coils. One of the inlays fell out, the tremolo arm broke, and the wiring job was pitiful.

However, that is the only experience I have had.
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#7
What amp do you have?

G&Ls rock.
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#8
Quote by Sguit
you should look the Godin guitars, thry make very good guitars for that price

I own this one
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Godin-Exit-22-Electric-Guitar?sku=511922
It plays pretty well all of the styles you named and it is very comfortable
they make high-quality instruments for the prices, you should really consider Godin Guitars


damn right, I love my freeway classic, although im really starting to like my kramer too, and its a cheap guitar... I got lucky with a good quality cheap guitar on that one (got it used and traded my line6 spider...)
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#9
epi LP would do ok
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#11
yayyyy godin. check the HSH model. i forget what it is...
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#12
Quote by hamish5178
I don't know what much about G&L, but I will tell you to avoid Fat Strats, they just sound bad, if you want a Les Paul, get one, if you want a Strat, get one. When you mix the two together, the result is just a mess.

Also, I've found that the PRS SE series isn't that nice, they cost ALOT for what you get and they feel very cheap.

I'd recommend one of these, you get the cutaways and comfy body of a strat, but with a mahogany body and great pickups.

http://www.rondomusic.com/product1009.html

edit:

I lied, I have some experience with G&L.

One of my friends bought one, a sunburst strat shaped one with a maple top and single coils. One of the inlays fell out, the tremolo arm broke, and the wiring job was pitiful.

However, that is the only experience I have had.


Everything sounds great about that Agile except that bridge... My experience with bridges similar to that is that they don't allow for proper intonation... Could be a crapshoot there... For that money I'd opt for a LP Special anyway if that style is desired..
#13
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#14
Quote by 4regt4
Everything sounds great about that Agile except that bridge... My experience with bridges similar to that is that they don't allow for proper intonation... Could be a crapshoot there... For that money I'd opt for a LP Special anyway if that style is desired..


Most PRS guitars have that kind of bridge, I'm pretty sure the intonation is adjustable, I'm just not sure how, I know they different than Gibson wrap-around tail-pieces.
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Telecaster
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