I'll choose schecter,but I love my fender,ibanez,jackson
and other companies that has lefties model.I love actually look for this model as other guitars for schecter.Pease check them out at schecterguitars.com
Model Year: 2009
Price: $499.99 (new)
Construction: Set Neck
Body: Mahogany / Flame Maple
Scale: 24 in.
Binding: Creme: Body & Neck
Frets: 24 Jumbo
Electronics: Duncan Design
The schecter guitars are easy to play with 24 frets at your hand.Compaed with other guitars this is great for hard rock and of course metal.No flaws they also has lefties yeah lol...
Maining i would use them with a marshall amps or roland.Mainly metal.The sound quality is good
Whether live or in the studio its an must.
I choose this quitar over others that were more expensive. i was in the market for a Les Paul or an American Strat but the quality of the materials and workmanship pushed me to this guitar. i have been very happy with the instrument. other musician friends have played and been impressed with it's lead sound. i will still probably get an american strat deluxe when i find the right one but not because i am unhappy with this guitar.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $500.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
Copied from guitar vision site:
Seymour Duncan humbuckers and string-thru-body with gold hardtail tune-o-matic bridge. The thru-body 25-1/2" maple neck with rosewood fingerboard is adorned with an intricate vine-of-life inlay. Mahogany body features a stunning quilted maple top. Natural body binding is complemented with creme binding on the neck. 24 jumbo frets and Grover tuners.
Plays great. fast and clean. for the money you can't beat the quality of this guitar.
Great sustain. can be crunchy or warm depending on the settings. i don't use this guitar for traditional jazz but do use for jazz rock or blues.
Stays in tune, neck stays true. Hardware is quality and i have not had problems. even through my guitars are played a lot, i tend to baby all of my guitars so i am probably not a good barameter for durability.