#1
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/reviews?base_pid=515785&page=1&rpp=10&sc=OVERALL&so=ASC

Okay, so I was looking for a begginers guitar and I found this one. It is only $159.99, but the reviews for it are really good and it looks cool in BLACK!!!. Has anyone here played it or owned it, cause I don't know if I can trust people on internet with reviews since most of them think its great as soon as they get it in the mail, but it turns out to be so-so. This one's way affordable for my budget of $250, so I would like to hear what you guys and girls think about it.

Thanks in Advance!!!
#2
you do realize that it's just a vintage style trem, so your going going to be able to do many crazy wankage with it.
and, with experience with cheap Dean's, they have really muddy pups. But I really like there necks...

and never trust reviews on mf or guitarcenter
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#3
go for it. definitely better than any squire .
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#4
It's probably play alright but sound a bit muddy. But you could always swap out the pickups. I'd say go for it. Don't expect great tuning stability however, especially if you're using the trem it'll go out of tune quick
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#5
nah man, if you want a whammy bar and 24 frets, go for an ibanez, normally they have floyd rose tremelo systems and are a lot better
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#6
Quote by Desantis
nah man, if you want a whammy bar and 24 frets, go for an ibanez, normally they have floyd rose tremelo systems and are a lot better


the floating bridges on the low and midrange ibanezes aren't that good. And I wouldn't recommend a guitar with a floating bridge to someone who's looking for a beginners guitar.
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#7
As said, I heard the pickups are mudding, but would be better than any junky squire. If you do get it, get the string thru version, its cheaper too

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dean-Vendetta-XM-Electric-Guitar?sku=512150
#8
Quote by koalabacon
go for it. definitely better than any squire .


High end squiers aren't bad at all. The Vintage Modifed and the Classic Vibe Series are quite good for the price.
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