#1
i want to get a jackson guitar that is good for mostly blues (bb king, stevie ray vaughn) but i also want to play a little rock (ac/dc, led zeppelin) also some metal (metallica). does anyone have any suggestions?
#2
fender stratocaster with a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails in the bridge. Should work for rock, metal and blues.
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#3
Quote by necrosis1193
fender stratocaster with a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails in the bridge. Should work for rock, metal and blues.

He said he wants a Jackson.
Maybe a Surfcaster?
Judas Priest ftw.

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#5
Les Paul, or some kinda hollowbody would be nice too like the Es-335
what is your budget?
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#8
Quote by metalhead8592
i was thinking about the dk2.

I like them a lot personally, but I don't know how they would sound playing blues.
Judas Priest ftw.

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I still can't figure out why you'd write stuff on your guitar when you could have a Hello Kitty strat like all the other metal kids do.


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#9
yeah thats why im wondering. i know this guy who has this thing thats hooked up to his amp and with the click of a switch he can completely change the sound of his guitar, but i forgot what it was called.

found it, its called a digitech multi effect processor.
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#10
semi-hollow body like a 335 style...i personally use an Epiphone casino for blues, but humbuckers are better suited for a blues tone
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#11
also what would be a good (or not so good), not so expensive amp. i dont need one thats super powerful either just enough to play on.
#14
i would look into an amp with a reverb option...imo reverb is what gives some blues musicians that creamy tone. something like a twin reverb would be great. I would get tube technology though...solid states is great on the wallet...not on tone
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