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I am now budgeting to buy a good 7-string. While My budget is $750 CDN for the Ibanez S7320, I may look at other options

The only must have is that it have good Floyd Rose (licensed or otherwise) and thin neck. Obviously, there are some "preference" that I would prefer to have: non-basswood body, bolt-on necks. Other nice to have features are 24 frets.
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the absolutely massive 7 string/erg thread will surely help you out
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i love schecters fater necks (theyre really not that fat (at least not gibson fat)) cuz my hands are a bit larger and i can really get a GREAT clamp and squeeze on chords of any shape. and then i just tweek my thumb around so i can shred
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That's a 6, I think you meant RG1527...

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RG1527 if you can afford it




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schecter c7 hellraiser fr.

i love schecters fater necks (theyre really not that fat (at least not gibson fat)) cuz my hands are a bit larger and i can really get a GREAT clamp and squeeze on chords of any shape. and then i just tweek my thumb around so i can shred


Even though I could use fat necks, since my hands are small (asian here), I need thin necks, so I guess it's RG7620 (used should be good price), RG1527 (ain't those two basically same thing?!), or S7320; in other terms, Edge Pro vs ZR Trem.

In this case, each trem have what benefits? (I am not going to say "can i do Dragonforce" because the answer is both can)
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S7320 is a great guitar, and I really like the trem, the main pro to it is the adjustability and stability of the trem, but the lack is only 22 frets.
The RG1527 is also a nice guitar, but if you want mahogany then this isn't the go to guitar for you.
Both are equally good choices, neither have amazing pickups but neither are horrible, but you can always swap those out down the line. I recommend the S7320 for sure if you can suffice with only 22 frets.
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S7320 is a great guitar, and I really like the trem, the main pro to it is the adjustability and stability of the trem, but the lack is only 22 frets.
The RG1527 is also a nice guitar, but if you want mahogany then this isn't the go to guitar for you.
Both are equally good choices, neither have amazing pickups but neither are horrible, but you can always swap those out down the line. I recommend the S7320 for sure if you can suffice with only 22 frets.


22 frets have its benefits in terms of tone (You will be surprise how much less bass just by moving about 2cm generate) And I plan to swap them out with D-activator 7. Thanks for the help.
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