#1
im looking to buy a guitar that i want to keep in drop c tuning for playing metal.
any advice on good guitars in that price range.
#2
Check out some PRS's or you may like the Mick Thomas Sig. Ibanez (the cheep black version) which is £299.00 pounds.
#3
if you want a floyd rose i would recommend this . jacksons are good for de-tuning

http://www.soundcontrol.co.uk/mod_1/pages/mod_1.12/pages/mod_1.12.1/pages/mod_1.12.1.1/pages/index.php?sku=1.1.1.1.1-12-8810

This dean is a bit over budget but from experience it sounds amazing and feels great

http://www.soundcontrol.co.uk/mod_1/pages/mod_1.12/pages/mod_1.12.1/pages/mod_1.12.1.1/pages/index.php?sku=1.1.1.1.1-214-16505
#4
Epihione's can usually handle low tunings suprisingly well. My explorers fine in drop C. Could try a jackson or ESP, but i dont like the bridges personaly
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#6
Washburn X50 Pro
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/x50-pro/67531

There's nothing worth buying with a Floyd at £300, and they're not ideal for such a low tuning anyway.
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Ibanez RG321 or RG1570


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#8
thanks guys, its been a great help.
i will have a look around at some of these