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  1. #41


    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Manhattan
    ME: Forshage, EBMM
    MA: Blueridge BR-40
    MB: Dingwall Afterburner
    Rig: Soldano HR25, Mark V:25

    iTrader: 13 (100%)

    The used G&L Legacy Tribute I picked up for $300. I was looking for a Tele and walked out with that "Strat" and have struggled to find one I like as much that's not 10x the price.
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  3. #42


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Lake District, UK
    ME: Blackmachine
    Rig: Helix/Matrix/Zilla

    iTrader: 11 (100%)

    The Jackson COW7 I had was a ridiculously good guitar for the £280 I paid for it...

  4. #43


    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
    ME: Ibanez JEM7V/SZ
    MA: Breedlove
    MB: Warwick
    Rig: Axe-FX III

    iTrader: 1 (100%)

    For sure. My Ibanez SZ320. It was $500 new but I see them going for $125 at times on Craigslist. It’s easily one of the best playing guitars I’ve ever played. I’ve maybe touched the truss rod 3x in 15 years, despite moving it up and down the East coast with the varying degrees of humidity.

    Just ordered some Devin Townsend Fishman’s for it. Can’t believe I went so long with the stock pickups. They did the trick, but under a microscope they have this horrible high end that I can’t get past.
    Perfection is the enemy of progress.

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  6. #44


    Join Date: May 2020
    Location: Southend-on-Sea
    ME: Jackson SL3X
    MA: nope
    MB: cheapo fan-fret thing
    Rig: Katana 50

    iTrader: 0

    Don’t know about “no business being nice”, but my £399 Indonesian Jackson SL3X went to the top of my pile as soon as I got it: I love the neck on it, and the top fret access is killer. I had a Performance and a PRS at the time, and I found myself playing the Jackson more than either of them - so much so that when I needed to sell some gear earlier this year they went and I still have the Jackson...
    All of the gain, most of the mids...

  7. #45


    Join Date: Dec 2020

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    I also started on a electric guitar, now I prefer fretless guitar, after I mastered my techniques. Here something from Iron Maiden.

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