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Old 2007-10-28, 13:07
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+1 get a tremol-no. Changing strings on a floyd is really not a hassle at all but if you want to save time I'd suggest you get the Tremol-no with the guitar. I really don't know of a great deal of fixed bridge shred guitars. There are a lot of ESP's and Schecters with fixed bridges but I wouldn't call them shred guitars at all, almost all shred guitars I know have a trem.

Actually, Ibanez has a whole line of fixed-bridge RGs. http://www.ibanez.com/eg/series.aspx?s=rg_fixed
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Old 2007-10-28, 16:05
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That's good to hear because I really don't want a trem.
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Old 2007-11-11, 21:51
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you like pantera? I just got a Dean ml79' with floyd rose. trans brazilaburst

~-_-~PROS~-_-~

-beautiful
-liscenced floyd from dean is very high quality and stays in perfect tune
-balance of the guitar makes very comfortable standing and sitting
-the stock pickups roar, they total kick ass
-easy fret access
-great tone woods and materials
-perfect craftsman ship, binding, fretwork and other thing were beyond even gibsons ive played
-GIANT headstock looks cool and increases sustain
-ONLY $600!!!!!

~-_-~CONS~-_-~
-made in korea
-a bit heavy but the great balance of the guitar keeps it from becoming tiring or cumbersom
-only 2 cases available, the offical dean case and there is one coffin case that fits it.
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Old 2007-11-12, 09:35
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WTF?
not spam right?
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Old 2007-11-13, 15:46
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WTF?
not spam right?

no dude I was just recomending a guitar, and telling him what i liked about it.
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Old 2007-11-13, 21:47
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no dude I was just recomending a guitar, and telling him what i liked about it.


oh ok.
it just looked official for a first post.
well he doesn't want a tremolo on it, so he prolly wouldn't like the daen
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Old 2007-12-07, 16:34
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oh ok.
it just looked official for a first post.
well he doesn't want a tremolo on it, so he prolly wouldn't like the daen



6th post thank you very much. lol
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Old 2007-12-09, 13:51
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I have a Jackson KV2, and I can play way faster on that than any other guitar I have tried, and having played for 15 years, you can imagine I have tried quite a few.

It does have a trem, but if I remember correctly, you could get it with the Kahler 3310(?) fixed bridge.

I have had it for about 6 years and it plays just as well today as it did when I first bought it.

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Old 2007-12-10, 08:09
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I like Jackson's but it is kinda hit of mess with the cheaper modals. Some are about perfect while others of the same model are made with inferior materials or play poorly. Much like low end BC Rich. Just the low end models though.

Ibanez is a great brand with less defects than the Jackson models but stay with the mid cost models. Regardless with either Jackson of Ibanez I would replace the electronics. For the most part you get what you pay for with mid to high end stuff but it is super easy to get a great guitar and not pay a shit load on low end cost stuff. It just takes time, looking, and playing them until you find the freak of the breed.

I also have to plug Ran Guitars in here, even though they don't cost what they did a years back, they are the best I have ever used. Hand built detail and playability.
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