#1
I need to find a good quiality blues/rock guitar for 350 or less. I was thinking of a n Epiphone g-400 or possibly even a dot 335. I like the sg bodystyle but I am willing to open up to more possibilities. got anything?
#4
get the Dot or maybe save up a bit more for an epiphone Lucille[/QUO

or the epiphone sheraton II. I started saving up for one of those. I think they sound better than the dot, or an Ibanez AS73. For $320, I think those are better than the dots
#8
If you really want an SG.

Look around ebay for a custom g-400. They're pretty damn nice. You might not get one for 350 though,
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#9
Hagstroms are bordering out of your price range.

If you want an SG, I'd save for This

I don't really like the three pups, but the quality is much higher
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#10
good I was leaning towards ebay to get one , thinking of a heritage cherry finish though if possible brown to mabey
#14
Blues/Rock? That narrows it down to about 100 guitar possibilities.

Who are your favorite artists? What amp do you have? Give us something to work with.
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#16
get a a used epi g-400 they're good and then once you have enough money again swap out the pick ups
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#18
What amp do you have? What artists' tones are you looking to get?
I'd personally go with either a Fender Strat or Tele, but G400s also sound really nice (plus I love SGs' tone for blues).
#19
Hollowbodies to me do not get good blues rock tones, too much pop and not enough punch, but that's just my opinion.

And also I have a G-400 and I must say that when I'm wanting to play bluesy rock it is not the guitar I reach for.
#20
I would say Epiphone Les Paul, Blues Rock started with a Les Paul. But also a Strat, SG, or the Dot would work great as well. I totally agree crust_punk I love SG blues tones, Hendrix's version of Red House when he used the SG was probably one of my favorites. Here's a vid for the people that haven't heard it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpDabBFf3vk
#21
Okay now i like the dot. I think I'll just have a sit down session with them and others like it to compare tones to. I have a little marshall practice amp to go on right now.