#1
Does anyone know a good humbucking guitar under $500 with a fast neck, atleast 22 frets and (optional) locking tuners? I happen to play a range of music to metal and blues. I was hopefully looking forward to the Fender Toronado GT HH Electric Guitar but it happens to be discontinued. It seemed perfect because of the humbucking seymour duncon american pickups, the detail and the mahogany wood, other features too.
#2
HSS Strat? Odds are you'll probably only be using the bridge pick up anyway.
#4
hmm... Humbucking guitars is a very broad term...

Does the humbucker have to be High, med, low, or vintage power?
Do you want the humbucker to be Active or passive?
Cause I list you a crap load of guitars... But all of them are for somewhat different styles..
From a guy named Mike
Originally posted by justinhawkins


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#5
epiphone sg 400 or epiphone sg 400 limeted with emgs
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#6
I can do both passive or active, active is better for distortion correct?
What about magnets? For my playstyle Alnico V seems like the best choice.

and i think medium humbucker for cleans and distortion.
#7
Quote by Mix Master
I can do both passive or active, active is better for distortion correct?
What about magnets? For my playstyle Alnico V seems like the best choice.

and i think medium humbucker for cleans and distortion.

yup, the sg400 has alcino vs in it while the sg400 limited has emgs in it
so if you want to play metal go with the sg400 limited
if not, the regular sg400

ive heard that if you do the 18 volt mod to the emgs that they sound good clean too
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