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post Sep 11 2007, 10:05 PM
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I'm looking to update my fixed bridge guitar (schecter gryphon) to a guitar with a thinner neck (my other guitars have a Wizard '87 reissue neck and a Wizard II neck). I prefer double octave necks (24 fret) because they're easier for me to play standing up. Any recommendations on mid range (400-900$ USD) guitars with fixed bridges and 24 frets? I can swap pick ups if necessary and don't really want another RG.


Thoughts?

Edit: I don't particularly like the strat and LP profiles for necks, something more along the lines of my wizard neck would be preferable, thanks.

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post Sep 13 2007, 04:58 AM
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check out musicansfriend.com and search on ibanez in that price range. you'll find a good number of fixed bridge guitars.


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post Sep 13 2007, 05:18 AM
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QUOTE (Goliath @ Sep 11 2007, 10:05 PM) *
I'm looking to update my fixed bridge guitar (schecter gryphon) to a guitar with a thinner neck (my other guitars have a Wizard '87 reissue neck and a Wizard II neck). I prefer double octave necks (24 fret) because they're easier for me to play standing up. Any recommendations on mid range (400-900$ USD) guitars with fixed bridges and 24 frets? I can swap pick ups if necessary and don't really want another RG.
Thoughts?

Edit: I don't particularly like the strat and LP profiles for necks, something more along the lines of my wizard neck would be preferable, thanks.



Bering honest, there isnt many guitars with really thin necks, fixed bridges, and not an RG, but good luck
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