#1
i've been playin guitar for a year now.i am now using a squier strat...so i wanna buy a new guitar.an epiphone les paul, a fender mim strat or a prs se custom. which do u think i should buy? my amp is a fender fm25 dsp and i use a boss me-20 effects pedal.
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#2
Gotta say what music you're gonna play with it.

Also, there's about a thousand threads, seriously a thousand, on this same thing, so take a look at those as well.
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#3
prs hands down
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#4
Dude, you don't even know what he's gonna be playing.
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#6
les paul "hands down"
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#7
I'd go PRS for those styles.
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i've been playin guitar for a year now.i am now using a squier strat...so i wanna buy a new guitar.an epiphone les paul, a fender mim strat or a prs se custom. which do u think i should buy? my amp is a fender fm25 dsp and i use a boss me-20 effects pedal.


i'd take a look at all three to see what's most comfortable for you. Go to a local store and play them to see which one you like the best. Also, bring a friend that's been playing for a while and have them try out guitars with you
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#9
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i play blues, punk, metal and a bit of jazz


Gibson Les Paul covers those genres very well.
#11
yea looks like the les paul would do well (I think it's an epiphone in the photograph but whatever, epi's are pretty good copies. go with nothing below a standard though. So pick from the standard, custom, standard plus top. Those are all solid choices.
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"People don't kill people with giant boulders"
"They will if you take away their assault rifles"

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I wouldnt give a ****, i would gladly play music for people to steal it!
#13
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Dude yo uare sdtill learning but the PRS.


wth?
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