#1
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/B.C.-Rich-WMD-Son-of-Beast-Electric-Guitar?sku=512688


http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dean-Razorback-DB-Electric-Guitar?sku=514870


http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-XPT707FX-Electric-Guitar?sku=518119

the last one has a six string model, just the website doesn't have it, and ibanez is screwy


i would use the one i bought for drop tunings like standard d or drop c, i would end up changing the pickups, mainly i would just like suggestions as to which one to pick, or another different one if possible, i would also like it to have a unique body style
#2
An Epi Explorer, maybe with a pickup swap, would be the best option imo. It doesnt have a trem, which makes changing tunings much easier, and it still has a nice neck and crazy body style.
#3
the xiphos would be my pick. the necks are thinner than anything i've ever played, wicked body design, and fantastic pickups. if you get it dont change em
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#4
most people on UG, myself included, would tell you that the first two are completely shit. the xiphos is good if thats the sort of thing you like
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#6
I dislike Ibanez necks, but of the 3 that's the only good choice. Why not go ahead and get the 7? It's not hard to learn, and you'll love the extra range. I'm getting a 7 eventually.
#7
Get the hardtail Xiphos. The B.C. Rich isn't bad either, but it won't match the Xiphos. I hate to sound like a fanboy, but it probably is the best choice.

The BC Rich has a really wide neck, if you like that kind of stuff.
#8
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http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/B.C.-Rich-WMD-Son-of-Beast-Electric-Guitar?sku=512688


http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dean-Razorback-DB-Electric-Guitar?sku=514870


http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-XPT707FX-Electric-Guitar?sku=518119

the last one has a six string model, just the website doesn't have it, and ibanez is screwy


i would use the one i bought for drop tunings like standard d or drop c, i would end up changing the pickups, mainly i would just like suggestions as to which one to pick, or another different one if possible, i would also like it to have a unique body style

Get the 7 string non-trem Xiphos that you linked us to. AMAZING guitar.
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