#1
Hi all,

I've been playing almost a year now with my Squier Strat.
It's been a great starter guitar, but I think I'm ready for an upgrade.
I've narrowed my choices to two that feel and sound very good.
Just wondering if either are better built, better quality, etc.
Anything that anyone knows about either model would be appreciated.

Godin SD and PRS SE Standard

Thanks.
Squier Strat (black)
Squier SP-10 amp

Last edited by habfan33 at Feb 12, 2008,
#2
Err where's the links?
I wish I had tallent and ability.

Squier Vintage Modified Strat, Black with laquered 70s neck
Farida FLP-26
Vox VT20+
Ampkit for iPod
Jamvox (not impressed)
#3
What styles do you play?
How much do you have to spend?
And maybe think about an amp upgrade also!
#5
I play mostly alt rock some classic rock and I'd like to learn some
blues and reggae.

I've put aside $200 for an amp.
$400 would be my max on the guitar.
Squier Strat (black)
Squier SP-10 amp

#6
The PRS SE Standards are very good guitars; so aye i'd say they'd make a good second guitar for you to move up to
#7
the PRS.
put aside another $50, and you can get an Epiphone Valve Junior 5W tube half stack
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#8
Yeah the PRS SE Standards are great, but you might wanna check out some other guitars before you get it. Try some of the higher-end Epiphones they have a great rock/classic rock tone. And always make sure you try the guitar out before you buy it!
#9
Can you get a decent Epiphone for under $400?
Squier Strat (black)
Squier SP-10 amp

#10
What does 'half stack' mean in regards to amps.
Squier Strat (black)
Squier SP-10 amp

#11
Quote by habfan33
Can you get a decent Epiphone for under $400?


Yeah definitely, if you get a chance try and check out the Epiphone G400 1965. All the G400's are great value for the money.
#12
Of those two choices, I would pick the PRS. Why just those two? You have a lot of options at that price range. You can as well get a decent small tube amp for that or just a bit more.
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
#13
I tried an Ibanez, didn't feel good.
I tried a Yamaha, same.
Hamer, same.

Any suggestions?
Squier Strat (black)
Squier SP-10 amp

#14
Schecter? You'll hear people ranting about their metal capabilities on here all the time, but they're actually quite versatile.
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#15
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Schecter? You'll hear people ranting about their metal capabilities on here all the time, but they're actually quite versatile.


+1 I own one and love it yet I'm not into metal.
I wish I had tallent and ability.

Squier Vintage Modified Strat, Black with laquered 70s neck
Farida FLP-26
Vox VT20+
Ampkit for iPod
Jamvox (not impressed)