#1
I need to buys a guitar and my only choice is between these two because ia have a very tight budget:

A Squire strat or an Ibanez gio please help me..


By the way I'm a shredder but I also love the tone of a strat can anyone help me?
Last edited by RSlove at Oct 30, 2008,
#3
well what is your budget....there might be a chance that you can get a good LTD...
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well what is your budget....there might be a chance that you can get a good LTD...



well the problem is it's hard to find an ESP LTD here in the Philippines
#7
guys please give me a wider answer on why I should pick that kind of guitar because some of the people here said that Ibanez Gio guitars has a bad quality do you guys think it's true?
#8
youve been playing two years and thats the best you can get id recomend you save some cash and get a better guitar you wont get anything out of those
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#10
Well here's my situation I'm a very poor musician But most of the time whenever I'm hired to play I always choose a marshall amp.

I'm using a Boss ME6 pedal.
#12
Quote by johng2011
Ibanez has given me problems many of times. Go with the Strat



That's what most people say to me but can anyone tell me that exact problem?

I love the strat sound but I have a little problem doing fast riffs however with the Ibanez I can move freely.
#13
Quote by alternitivebass
youve been playing two years and thats the best you can get id recomend you save some cash and get a better guitar you wont get anything out of those
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Good recommendation, but maybe we need to reconsider his financial situation. A guitar you'd consider reasonably priced, but it may not be so elsewhere in the world.

I work in Singapore, and the half stacks I see so prevalent on these boards are a massive luxury over here. I don't know many people who even begin to afford tube combos.

I bought a Krank Rev Jr Pro, and my friends are drooling, because the cash I dropped on that amp is a lot of money here, but from what I gather from the boards, that sum can easily be achieved by many people on this board through mere savings.
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#14
I'm actually looking for a temporary guitar, once I get the money that I need I will buy a better guitar.
Last edited by RSlove at Oct 30, 2008,
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Quote by johng2011
Ibanez has given me problems many of times. Go with the Strat

correction - cheap, shitty guitars have given you problems many times.

My Ibanez plays like a dream and the only problem it's ever had in 15 years is a dirty pickup selector switch...but it did cost £600.
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