#1
Post any gear you think is the highest quality for a decent price

eg Carvin ct rather than PRS (infact most carvin gear)

Crate v series amps

Schecter C series
#2
It can be a little inconsistent, but the MIM Fenders are a great value for a name brand.

As for the amount of bang for your buck, it'd have to be some sort of Japanese copy.
#4
^Still expensive. I say get a Mark IV for both cleans and metal (USED )
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#6
Quote by angeldef
^Still expensive. I say get a Mark IV for both cleans and metal (USED )


depends where you are really they are crazy expensive in the uk but i got my v3 for £350
#7
Schecter C1-Classc. Actually any Schecter really.
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#8
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#9
Quote by soul_power
Schecter C1-Classc. Actually any Schecter really.


I like schecter but i would stay away from the duncan design. Better off getting real ducans than design
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#10
some of the stuff being named i wouldnt really classify as pro gear...
i mean dano fish and chips as a pro EQ? not so much...
but is it a great deal and wonderful bang for the buck? hell yeah!

so do we want pro gear at good prices, or just good deals? cause pro gear at good prices, id say thats when you start to look away from big name brands in most cases. but some peavey amps are almost pro-level stuff imo and can be had for good prices.

but if we want just good deals, id say the PRS SE line. not all of them are great (student built, so quality control isnt always tight), but there are some that play better than guitars that cost much, much more. so if you find a good one, its a great value. if you get a poor one, sucks to be you.
#11
I'm not sure if it's pro level, but I managed to get a used Laney LC15R for $175. Paul Gilbert had one in his Get Out of My Yard DVD, so maybe he records with one. idk...
#12
Quote by T!AN
I'm not sure if it's pro level, but I managed to get a used Laney LC15R for $175. Paul Gilbert had one in his Get Out of My Yard DVD, so maybe he records with one. idk...

Heard good things about that Laney...I've seen one on ebay for less than $300 too. I heard it has more gain than the VCs.

BTW...that Ibanez on your sig has such an awesome finish. I'd probably cream myself if I played it.
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#13
+1 to the LC15R!

A little less balanced but more gain than VC15.
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#14
Quote by lithium26
+1 to the LC15R!

A little less balanced but more gain than VC15.


yea its more modern

BUT

the cleans/OD on the VC piss rings around the LC in all fairness
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yea its more modern

BUT

the cleans/OD on the VC piss rings around the LC in all fairness
Truth has just been told.

** VCs FTW!!! **
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