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dude, schecters aren't going to be much better. Anything with a tremolo around that price usually is a doube edged sword.
What's funny, the schecter company used to just make parts for guitars, back in the 80's etc.
Not sure. I'm not familiar with your amp but if you don't got professional caliber amplification than those invaders=MUD
Lemon oil is really only for rosewood, and should be used maybe once a year in small amounts
if it is a real(not baby) Dean Cowboys from Hell get it It has seymore duncans alot better than those pickups the schecter has , Scheters are great (I have one) but i dont like that sinister that much , Maybe a hellriser FloydRose (As the CFH and the singates have also FR)would be better
I was looking at a 08 catalog at the local GS, they had 1 in there it was grey, damn it was sharp, maybe im thinkg of the wrong 1, it had a star in the middle of the neck
Can't you paint over Herman Li's or something lol. Also have you got pics/samples?
a white with a black border would be my dream guitar, wonder how much it will cost to custom make one if its even possible ^^
Stop knocking Bugera, I know they're not high quality, but neither is the Peavey.
Not everyone can afford high end gear.
It's not the 333, but here's some sound clips of the 6260 (the 333's sibling.)
the 333 has a similar saturation and more gain then you'll ever need, Until I can get around to buying an ENGL fireball, I'll be buying the Bugera 333 head for all the shows my band are lining up.
AND I'll make sound clips to prove they are good sounding amps, 3 completely usable channels!
Fender- 44 HEAL
Jackson- 48 HURT
guitars are fairly waterproof, i played a gig once and someone chucked a full bottle of beer on me mid song and it didn't **** up my bass in the slightest, it just smelled of cheap booze for about a month even after i completely cleaned it several times
MicroCube is better. Don't buy one. Ever. Or a Marshall MG. Ever.
Get any guitar with a bridge humbucker and coil- tap it. The problem from going metallica to SRV is the pup output. The higher the output the more distortion, but sounds pretty bad in a clean or bluesy situation. Sooooooooo coil tap something, instant single coilyness for SRVish tones.
Just got back home, thanks for all the responses. Both guitars have the coil tap. The only difference between the two are the headstock shape and the pickup selector. Also a bigger difference for me is that they don't have any Sunset Hellraisers at the Guitar Center near me, so I would have to special order it. I'll be getting a good deal on either one though. $849 with a hardshell case included for free.
Well, hold on there, fella...
I love the 5-way on my Strat... it definitely is more versatile than a 3 way, if you actually make use of them that is. I used to have a Les Paul, and I could get more tonal differences with the Strat due to the 5 way selector.
But hey, it's your choice.
every time I see ESP, Ibanez, or Jackson get healed a small part of me dies inside,....
We could eliminate HEALs and just do HURTs. That would end this more quickly.