#1
i just recently got a guitar center credit card with a $700 limit and i'm in the mood for a new guitar. I already own a Epi G-400 and a vox Ad30vt. My biggest concern is playability. The Epi has a big neck and my fingers stick to the finish so i want a really easy neck. I mostly play rock, blues, and metal. These are a few choices i've selected and i'm open to different ones as long as they are from guitarcenter.

Ibanez SAS32EXFM( I like that it has a trem, love that it has coil splitting, and the prestige neck is supposed to be really nice right?)
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-SAS32EXFM-Electric-Guitar-518115-i1401456.gc


Paul Reed Smith SE Custom ( It's a PRS, nothing else needs to be said)
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Paul-Reed-Smith-SE-Custom-Electric-Guitar-519370-i1150570.gc


Ibanez SZR720 ( i really like the inlays, neck, and just about all the other specs)
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-SZR720-Electric-Guitar-518117-i1389803.gc


Anyone got any comments about these guitars or any new suggestions?
#2
Well out of the 3, the PRS sticks out as the odd-ball, id ditch it to be honest.

out of those 2, well they are both pretty similar and the trem on the first one is nothing like a Floyd or anything. try 'em out and see what you think
#3
Go for the SA, that's a sexy looking guitar, not to mention the specs are pretty damned good for the price.
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#4
My firend has the last ibanez, id rape him to have that guitar...
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#5
I would check out ESP even though guitar center doesnt carry them......their necks are very smooth and easy to play..... probably the best neck i have ever owned
#7
dont get an esp! the bridges are absolutely terrible unless you get an expensive one
#8
yeah i'm leaning towards one of the two ibanez. i wish the SZR720 had the coil tap because i would definately get that one then. anyone know anything about how the necks feel on them?
#9
Quote by enselmis
dont get an esp! the bridges are absolutely terrible unless you get an expensive one


i really disagree..... the bridges on ESPs are just fine.....
explain why they are terrible
#10
esp's are amazing. definitely check one of those out. the necks are extremely fast.
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#13
Quote by wretched_hunger
guitar center no longer carries esp so that out of the question


you could catch a used one....
#14
well if you could afford $200 more i would recommend the ibanez RG1570, my friend has it and it is just an amazing guitar, plays every style like a dream.
#16
check out a jackson dinky w/ duncans, awesome guitars, very versatile
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#17
the Ibanez SAS32EXFM looks sexy as hell. I'd love to play that thing.
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#18
i have an sas32exfm i like it a lot but the prs looks nice too see if you can try em out. i wasnt sure what to get then i tried the sas in a store and took it to the counter and said "this one"