#1
does anybody know of a good and semi cheap like no more then 500$ guitar that is good for shredding? thnx
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#2
An Ibanez S320 might be good for you, only 22 frets, but a good trem for that price range.

Avoid the Ibanez Edge III bridge like the plague though, if you're lookin for a shred guitar.
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#3
ibanez7321 seven strings to shred on and a fixed bridge good for shred and heavy stuff
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#4
Also, may I suggest you consider a new amp?

If you have a Fender then running it through an MG does it no justice at all.
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Newcastle (and Port Vale)
#5
o,what amp then?
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#7
Jackson King V. It's pretty awesome.

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#8
Ibanez S series
Or any guitar that won't fall apart, Yngwie didn't need a fast action neck. (But he does have scalloped frets. :/

As for amp, if you're just going to be playing mindless shredding get a line 6.
If you want good cleans at the same time, get a Roland Cube.
If you want a Tube amp, well that's another story.
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