#1
Okay so I need a guitar with 24 frets and is good for both classic rock music and modern music. Only brands available are Ibanez, Yamaha, and Fender. I think Ibanez has the highest chance of win in this type of guitar, but I need a specific model.

Thanks. . . Also, an FR bridge would be nice.

Not important but a +:
Color that isn't black
#2
Quote by Flairgun
Okay so I need a guitar with 24 frets and is good for both classic rock music and modern music. Only brands available are Ibanez, Yamaha, and Fender. I think Ibanez has the highest chance of win in this type of guitar, but I need a specific model.

Thanks. . . Also, an FR bridge would be nice.

Not important but a +:
Color that isn't black
Without a FR... I'd say one of the Epiphone Prophecy models.

I'm not sure of much WITH an FR, though.

EDIT: Oh, you said only from Ibanez, Yamaha, or Fender. Sorry
Last edited by whiteraven119 at Aug 15, 2008,
#4
i'd buy a rg series ibanez if i was you.


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#6
I don't know if it's the same here in Qatar though.
I don't have much money, but I can spend about a thousand riyals which is about 200 usd.

EDIT: Anyway, how can I tell a good FR from a bad one?
Last edited by Flairgun at Aug 15, 2008,
#7
All of the Ibanezes in your price range have ****ty FRs.

That's what I'mma tell you, right now.
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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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#9
i bought a BC RICH Kerry King Signature Special Model equipped with SD Dimebag Pickups on the bridge position for $300NZD. 24 frets, metal-rock sound, bloody amazing guitar. BC RICH Guitars are legend.