#2
No opinions? holy crap this is one of the most opinionated forums ive ever been to.
#3
From personal expierence I would go with the goth, only because I've never played the "dragster". However, I will say the goth has a nice sound.
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#4
By the way i like Psychobilly, rock, metal, ska, punk all kinds of stuff. basically i would like to get one tht can at east sound like it fits into a few of these styles.
#5
i have the dean evo dragster... its a great guitar for the money, build quality is waaaaay better than the epiphone!

btw, ive added a seymour duncan jb in the bridge and its awesome! it can do all the styles of music you mentioned...i kno, coz my band covers most of them!
#8
I'd say dean.

The standard pick-ups on the Gothic are PLAIN ****. But other than that they are actually great guitars imo.
#9
I'd go with the EVO. You get better quality right out of the box. It's got great access to the upper registry too due to that Dean angular neck joint.
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#11
My Epiphone is the most 'solid' feeling guitar I've ever played, I love it.
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#12
I've owned a Dean EVO Special Select since '03, and love it. I don't know exactly what the electronic differences are between that and the Dragster, but it can't be too much.
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