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  1. #17


    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Cambridge, UK
    ME: Les Paul
    MB: Precision
    Rig: Sunn/Hiwatt

    iTrader: 5 (100%)

    I've got a Vintage SG (the brand is called Vintage, it's probably 10 years old, so def not 'vintage' ), was about £40, it's fucking amazing. Big chonky neck, sounds like an SG should. It's great, I'll never sell the thing because it cost me practically nothing for a guitar that would probably cost me £800+ to find something of equal or better quality to replace.

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  3. #18


    Join Date: Dec 2013
    Location: Everett, Washington
    ME: Ibanez 540P
    MA: Ovation Celebrity CS257
    MB: Ibanez SRX2EX1
    Rig: BIAS FX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron1 View Post
    There's a guy around here who is always buying Mitchell's from GC then trying to flip them on the local Facebook instrument trader, has this pushy sales pitch of how they're better than any name brand guitar you can buy. Bought one for my kid last year and it was definitely not up to the hype, but for an entry-level guitar it was much better than my first one (some Hondo pos).
    That sucks. What does that say about my taste??! There's just something about the neck profile, finish, and action that make it enjoyable to play for me. I will knock them about the body shape- there isn't enough of a forearm cutout and the body has a "bulge" where the bridge & PUPs are (think Petrucci shovel guitars if the shovel part rose above the rest of the body).

  4. #19


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: The GrVm North
    ME: EBMM(s)
    MA: Taylor 214
    MB: Spector Legend 4
    Rig: AFX3 / KPA / MKV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra Commander View Post
    I've got a suhr rasmus Guthrie govan sig model. It's basically the suhr equivalent to a made in China epiphone. But it's incredible. Nothing comes close in terms of playability or tone, and it's the most versatile guitar I've ever owned.
    I played one of those at Matt's Music when they first came out and they are definitely asskickers.

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  6. #20


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Virginia Beach, USA
    ME: ESP Baby Metal
    MB: ESP Horizon 5
    Rig: KR7, 5153, MKIV, UL

    iTrader: 5 (100%)

    Usually my problem is I get an expensive guitar that sucks ass more than cheap ones that are awesome but I guess that's to be expected. I've had 100% good luck with my 600 series signature LTDs all being great though and I haven't paid more than 500 for a used one, only new one was that red amott which I sold ;_; oh well needed money.

  7. #21


    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Herndon, VA
    ME: Jackson Soloist
    Rig: Fractal Audio Axe-FX II

    iTrader: 4 (100%)

    A sizable percentage of the guitars I've owned over the years fit this description. Probably because I'm a cheap-ass motherfucker, but one with standards.

  8. #22


    Join Date: Mar 2013
    Location: Port Richey
    ME: Drew's Warmoth
    MA: Martin
    Rig: 6505+

    iTrader: 1 (100%)

    My Charvette by Charvel, that I turned into a Bumble bee copy. Has an 80s compound radius strat neck of some kind, NOS peavey wolfgang pickup and an 80s double eagle Floyd copy.


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  9. #23


    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Helsinki, Finland
    ME: 1990-91 Ibanezes
    MA: Seagull S6
    MB: Ibanez SR500
    Rig: Laney IRT Studio

    iTrader: 0

    My RG760 if you consider the price I paid for it. I don't know if it qualifies otherwise since they were higher end Ibanez models when new, but at one point you could get them criminally cheap. The one I have is seriously one of the nicest guitars I've ever played.
    "How can less be more? It's impossible. More is more."
    -Yngwie J. Malmsteen

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