#1
I currently have a Schecter c-1+.
I've been thinking about trading it in for either:
Epi Les Paul custom or
Some sort of Ibanez under $650..

I mostly play metal and hard rock.
What would you guys suggest?


Thanks!
My Gear:
Schecter Omen 6
Schecter C-1+
Digitech RP250
BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone
#4
I think they'd both be a step sideways.
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#5
Quote by Evanescencegirl
I currently have a Schecter c-1+.
I've been thinking about trading it in for either:
Epi Les Paul custom or
Some sort of Ibanez under $650..

I mostly play metal and hard rock.
What would you guys suggest?


Thanks!


where can you trade it in for that much? $650?
Guitars:
Schecter C-1+ Black Cherry FMT
2008 American Standard Stratocaster Candy Cola

AMPS:
Fender G-DEC
Fender Dyna-touch III Stage 1000
Vox Valvetronix XL AD30VTXL

Pedals:
DOD Supradistortion FX-55B (w/ Boost)
#8
Not satisfied with the Schecter? What does it lack? What sound are you going for? What brand is your amplifier?
Schecter C-1 Classic (Antique Amber)
Ibanez JEM 7VWH
Crate Palamino Class A tube combo
Digitech RP80 Multieffects pedal
Ibanez TS9 DX Tube Screamer
#9
Stay the course and stay Schecter!!
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#11
Give us a little more info...why exactly do you wish to change? Is it simply GAS? Or is something about the Schecter that's rubbing you the wrong way? Because if you want to change for the sake of change, I'd advise against that. I've loved every C-1+ I've ever gotten my hands on.

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#12
Quote by IamJonsCranium
stick with schecter. you can always customize it.

Go with him, he's clever!!


You can always add different pickups, and maybe get a new, better amp for it!

Although I'm not a fan of Schecter's, it's the more logical thing to do.
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#13
Don't trade it for a Les Paul if ur going to play metal.
As for the other choice, trade it for an Ibanez? I think I don't even need to answer that...
#14
If you want a more metal guitar...trade it in for an Ibanez/Jackson/ESP...NOT a Les Paul...
#15
...I wouldn't trade. It's a great guitar.
and besides, whoever said you could customize it was completely right... it's not all that hard to switch pickups.
And a les paul isn't good for metal... the neck is too thick to play the higher notes... as much as I hate to admit it, and as much as I love mine.