#1
Hi UG!

I have 500€ and i wanna buy a new guitar...

Any help?


PS: i play metallica, pink floyd, AC/DC, etc
#3
Quote by jmoreira46
Hi UG!

I have 500€ and i wanna buy a new guitar...

Any help?


PS: i play metallica, pink floyd, AC/DC, etc

Give us more information about your amp etc..
Help US before WE help YOU! xD


edit: i really dislike it when the TS don't answer
Quote by _-=Ali C=-_
i do it a lot. ill be playin somethin and i forget to close my mouth... sometimes its really bad, slobber everywhere. i goes mostly over the neck, on the higher frets, and its really hard to get out from under the strings.
Last edited by HeartRaz0r at Mar 17, 2008,
#7
Quote by jmoreira46
And the guitar?

Any guitar out there? 500€

at first a new amp... the amp makes 80% of the sound~
Quote by _-=Ali C=-_
i do it a lot. ill be playin somethin and i forget to close my mouth... sometimes its really bad, slobber everywhere. i goes mostly over the neck, on the higher frets, and its really hard to get out from under the strings.
#8
maybe an Epiphone sg 400 or save up for a Gibson sg standard faded.
Gear
Gibson Les Paul std faded, Godin LG
Marshall jcm900
Keeley ds1, maxon od808, boston tu500, RMC Wizard
#9
Hm.. I'm also been searching for a new guitar and here are those I'm having on my scope right now. One of them will get to my hand next month.

EPIPHONE LES PAUL CUSTOM: Better than most standard epi's.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/epiphone-les_paul_custom_ebony-9447.html

Hagstrom Super Swede: Also a Les Paul and having quite good reputation right now after their come back from the 80'
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/hagstrom-super_swede_vintage_sunburst-11831.html
also take a look at the Ultra Swede model which is pretty interesting, too.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/hagstrom-ultra_swede_golden_eagle-16431.html

IBANEZ S470: I played it at the shop and liked it.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/ibanez-s470-bk-6529.html

A Fender Stratocaster MIM is not to be ignored in this price range: One of the most versatile guitar.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/fender_mexico-fat_strat_std_rw_brown_sunburst-7852.html

ESP EC-500: This little beauty is perfect for hard rock and metal. Price a little off the range, though...
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/esp-ec-500_blk-19421.html
Last edited by hminh87 at Mar 17, 2008,
#10
Quote by hminh87
Hm.. I'm also been searching for a new guitar and here are those I'm having on my scope right now. One of them will get to my hand next month.

EPIPHONE LES PAUL CUSTOM: Better than most standard epi's.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/epiphone-les_paul_custom_ebony-9447.html

Hagstrom Super Swede: Also a Les Paul and having quite good reputation right now after their come back from the 80'
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/hagstrom-super_swede_vintage_sunburst-11831.html
also take a look at the Ultra Swede model which is pretty interesting, too.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/hagstrom-ultra_swede_golden_eagle-16431.html

IBANEZ S470: I played it at the shop and liked it. Some people might complain about the bridge, though...
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/ibanez-s470-bk-6529.html

A Fender Stratocaster MIM is not to be ignored in this price range: One of the most versatile guitar.
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/fender_mexico-fat_strat_std_rw_brown_sunburst-7852.html

ESP EC-500: This little beauty is perfect for hard rock and metal. Price a little off the range, though...
http://guitare.playback-europe.com/esp-ec-500_blk-19421.html


It's one of the best floating bridges on the market. Dunno about complaining.
#12
Quote by webbtje
It's one of the best floating bridges on the market. Dunno about complaining.


Then no complaining I think I switched some other bridge with this >.< please forgive me