#1
I probably wont get a new one until next year, but Id like to figure out before then which ones I should try and so I can get a good idea of what I want.

I was looking at a tele but I decided in the end it didn't really fit me.

I play grunge, modern rock, punk, classic rock, and a little metal(if it doesnt do metal good I can live with it)

I'd also prefer something that isn't really heavy, Id like something that is comfortable to play standing up and has a comfortable neck.

So which one?

PRS SE
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Paul-Reed-Smith-SE-Singlecut-Trem-Electric-Guitar-515828-i1395985.gc

Fender Mustang
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender--65-Mustang-Reissue-Electric-Guitar-512763-i1166319.gc

Fender Highway One HSS Stratocaster
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender-Highway-One-HSS-Stratocaster-Electric-Guitar-103862579-i1167441.gc

Ibanez SAS32EX
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-SAS32EX-Electric-Guitar-518116-i1392782.gc

ESP LTD EC400VF
http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-ESP-EC400VF-LIST

which one of these?

also any other suggestions, as long as they dont go over $900.00 USD

Id prefer if you could keep the suggestions below $750 though.
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#3
For me it would be between the PRS SE and Mustang.

I'd go for the Mustang, although for the styles of music you prefer to play, i think the PRS would be the best choice.
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#5
What kind of sounds can I get out the PRS, and yes I had been considering a mustang before but Id probably put a tune o matic bridge on it and im so lazy I dont feel like doing that.
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#6
I'd go for the PRS or the Strat. Both will be able to get you a wide variety of sounds (good cleans, bluesy tones, crunch, twang, and maybe some lighter metal). It also depends on how suited your amp is for those types of music though.
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too bad its over my range, I really cant go over 800 =[
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#9
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For what he's playing i dont think all singles will cut it.
#10
PRS is kind of in between a LP and a strat as far as soundwise. Liked the neck more than that on an epi standard, pretty light too.
#11
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PRS is kind of in between a LP and a strat as far as soundwise. Liked the neck more than that on an epi standard, pretty light too.


does the prs weigh less than my epiphone g-400? I'm sure the strat does too, it seems like people are telling me to get the prs or the strat.

No opinions on the LTD, Mustang, or the Ibanez?
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#15
I think ill try out the PRS and the Strat

are there anything I should know about these guitars though? I know some mim strats are bad, do I have to worry about quality control with either of these?
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#16
Quality control as far as PRS goes is usually pretty good, but they're made in Korea so play a couple, they all feel a little different. Nothing wrong with mine, but I've only had it for 8 months.

Same for strats
#17
Think they'd get a good sound with my amp, its a line 6 spider valve 112 40w.
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#18
Probably. Best thing you could do is bring the amp with you while trying them out, or go to a store that has the same amp and plug them into it there.
#19
honestly when i played the cheaper PRS i didnt like them at all. i dont see why people love them so much. An equally priced epiphone plays much nicer.
#20
I would really get a tele, they can handle suprising amounts of gain and sound like pure win.
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