#1
So it's time for me to get a new guitar. This is what i want from it:
- hardtail/fixed bridge
- cost: round about 500 euros
- good for all types of music
- low action
- good for fast playing
My Gear

Guitar(s):
Yamaha ERG-121
Tokai SG-35/CH (my brother's guitar, which I sometimes use)

Amp(s):
Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue 15-DFX



Do NOT click!!!
#2
one japanese word....Ibanez

RG321 maybe,
that is fixed bridge,
wizard neck,
obvious low action as it is an ibanez,
Mahoganny body,
well under your price range i think
Last edited by Crazybudget at May 30, 2008,
#3
Quote by Crazybudget
one japanese word....Ibanez

RG321 maybe,
that is fixed bridge,
wizard neck,
obvious low action as it is an ibanez,
Mahoganny body,
well under your price range i think


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#4
sounds like an epi les paul sounds about right.
Or what crazybudget said
#6
Quote by Crazybudget
one japanese word....Ibanez

RG321 maybe,
that is fixed bridge,
wizard neck,
obvious low action as it is an ibanez,
Mahoganny body,
well under your price range i think


But which one?
http:// - with passive pups
http:// - with active pups

There's a 30 euro difference. Is it worth it to get the actives. It says that they aren't even real EMG's, just Ibanez pups designed by EMG.
My Gear

Guitar(s):
Yamaha ERG-121
Tokai SG-35/CH (my brother's guitar, which I sometimes use)

Amp(s):
Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue 15-DFX



Do NOT click!!!
Last edited by guitar_queero at May 30, 2008,
#7
Quote by guitar_queero
But which one?
http:// - with passive pups
http:// - with active pups


both are passive
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#8
epiphone G-400 if you can afford it then a gibson sg.
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#9
Quote by Jaekae
both are passive

But which ones are better?
My Gear

Guitar(s):
Yamaha ERG-121
Tokai SG-35/CH (my brother's guitar, which I sometimes use)

Amp(s):
Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue 15-DFX



Do NOT click!!!
#11
Quote by timi_hendrix
Any preferences on body/neck wood, neck thickness, shape etc?


Well, I don't want an agathis or plywood body and i think that a thinner neck might be better for fast playing. Fast playing is what i'm aiming for.
My Gear

Guitar(s):
Yamaha ERG-121
Tokai SG-35/CH (my brother's guitar, which I sometimes use)

Amp(s):
Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue 15-DFX



Do NOT click!!!
#12
Yeah, an RG would most def. be a good choice. The Wizard Neck on it is pretty smooth.
It's made with metal in mind, so it must have low action.