#1
I Used to play guitar for a while and then suddenly stopped playing.
Back then my taste in music was Alternative Rock and i played for about 7months.

Now im into the Deathcore/Metalcore/Hardcore Genre, and I hear Ibanez is the guitar to have. Im willing to spend 400-500 on one and need suggestions for what you think is best for my type of music.
#2
If you want an Ibanez I suggest the RG350, they're quite versatile. I hear Jacksons are good for shredding alot aswell though
Last edited by 666nate666 at Aug 22, 2008,
#3
check out some s series ibanez's
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#4
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If you want an Ibanez I suggest the RG350, there quite versatile. I hear Jacksons are good for shredding alot aswell though

+1
#5
RG3EXFM1,this is my choice
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#6
I wouldn't limit yourself to one brand, to be honest. There are other companies that make guitars that suit those kinds of styles. ESP/LTD, Jackson and Maverick are other brands that you could look in to. From Ibanez, the RG and S series guitars seem to be the kind of thing you'd be looking for.
#7
Thanks for all the help.
Im actually considering Getting the Ibanez S320

But if this helps im really into bands such as:
The Devil Wears Prada
I Killed the Prom Queen
Bring me the Horizon <---Especially

Im looking for the guitar that can make me cringe when im getting into a breakdown :P
If you guys get what i mean
#9
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ditto.

you would be better with a non metal guitar and a metal amp, then a metal guitar and a blues junior.
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#10
a good idea is to see the gear of your favorite guitarists and try to buy something similar.
#11
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a good idea is to see the gear of your favorite guitarists and try to buy something similar.



yes but you never want to get something just because it has someones name stamped on it
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#13
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Bring me the Horizon <---Especially



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#14
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yes but you never want to get something just because it has someones name stamped on it


That's not what he said.
He said buy similar gear to the artist (i.e if they have a 6505, and you want a similar tone, get a 6505, if they have an S Prestige Ibanez, an Epi Les Paul + newer pickups can sound fine).
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