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    There's also some suber obscure models like the Ibanez 540S-SH - which I regret finding out about just now, because it's now my dream guitar.

    Wow. Hell yeah, that woul work. I had a 550 in that finish, I love that color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdave View Post
    Do a Warmouth build? Make it how you want, that budget is perfect.
    I've played a lot of really nice Warmoths, but never once found one that was for me.

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    Perhaps some of the 24 fret JS models (JS2410 or JS2450) can be found used in that price range? Then there's also the JS24P, but I guess that goes into the LTD-category (Premium -series).
    "How can less be more? It's impossible. More is more."
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    +1 on Charvel. Very hard to beat at that price point.
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    Sadly I've owned a few San Dimas along the way and they aren't for me either. A little too Stratty for my tastes.

    I've been looking for the right ESP Maverick for a while but they're all either overpriced or beat to hell. The best one I've seen was for sale by these cunts:



    Beautiful guitar, but big nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Budget ~$1500 or so.

    Any body wood will do. I'd prefer a hardtail or 2-point but will double lock if I must. I have a boatload of neck humbuckers and only one neck single'd guitar.

    No LTDs. I sniff too many corks.
    Most H-S guitars tend to be solid body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    Most H-S guitars tend to be solid body.
    I mean that I don't care if it's basswood, mahogany, alder, etc. I'm not looking for a semi-hollow shred guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    I've played a lot of really nice Warmoths, but never once found one that was for me.
    That's a shame, but I get it. It is kinda rolling the dice. That being said, I don't think I'll ever pay over a grand again for something that's not a Warmoth. I like getting exactly what I want, and for that to happen with other builders (except das Kiesel) it's just not in the cards for Casa de Jeff.

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