#1
Hey. I'm looking for a electric guitar with a fixed bridge. I've currently got an ESP LTD MH-103, but since I change tunings frequently, the Floyd Rose isn't quite working out.
I've got a budget of between $300 and $450. I play mainly metal.
Thanks in advance.
#2
save up a tad more and look into some shecters....i have the c1+ and it's the best playing guitar i've ever played
#3
You should definitely check out Agile guitars at www.rondomusic.com

I'm thinking something like this: http://www.rondomusic.com/al-3000rootbeer.html

The AL-3000 is the high end Agile - there must be a sale or something on this model because it's cheaper than the AL-2500 at the moment. They have all sorts of models and colour combinations


You can also email the owner of the shop as he is very helpful and if there's a particular colour or style of guitar you want then Kurt will be able to help you out
Last edited by alexlemon2 at Aug 8, 2008,
#4
Quote by alexlemon2
You should definitely check out Agile guitars at www.rondomusic.com

I'm thinking something like this: http://www.rondomusic.com/al-3000rootbeer.html

The AL-3000 is the high end Agile - there must be a sale or something on this model because it's cheaper than the AL-2500 at the moment. They have all sorts of models and colour combinations


You can also email the owner of the shop as he is very helpful and if there's a particular colour or style of guitar you want then Kurt will be able to help you out


I'm on #2 right now and I'll buy more as the budget allows - I'm TOTALLY sold on Agile and my New SX SST57 is a real sweetie too (from Rondo also)! Amazing guitars for so little money - I'd rate my Agile LP better than 90% of the Epiphones I tryed at the local GC and my SST is better than most of the MIM Strats I tested out and blow the Squiers away no sweat!
Now running an Eleven Rack with Pro Tools 10.3.3 - it's amazing and I'm having ball with it - worth every penny. PT 10 is tops IMO and the Eleven Rack is a work of art!
#5
Hey, thanks you to everybody. It's very cool having this kind of input.
I'm definetly checking out those Agiles and the Rondo site.
Thanks again!