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  • #31
    If playability is the only issue, I'd take the Parker Fly hands down.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by amanonfire
      gretsch anniversary model, i believe it was a '62. the best guitar i have ever played hands down.


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      • #33
        Originally posted by the shaftmeister
        parker.

        pick a model, as long as it is USA.


        i just got a nitefly mojo and it is by the far the best playing guitar i have ever played.

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        • #34
          Gibson 335 & Kramer American Showster

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          • #35
            Finds BC Rich's consistantly the best playing from platinum thru american. Jackson as second best so long as you get one without fretbumps out sides of fretboard.
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            • #36
              SG

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              • #37
                Originally posted by SLfreak
                I'm quite surprised Jackson didn''t make that list... Soloists play themselves, you've just got to make "****************" faces while your holding it...


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                • #38
                  I see a lot of subjectivity in here. Honestly, Les Paul shouldn't even be on the list. It sounds great but the playability just can't match a strat or superstrat.

                  I will personally go with the Ibanez RG. Thin neck, AANJ, lightweight body, H-S-H, you got everything you need man.
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                  • #39
                    I have played very few guitars that play as well as my '83 ES 335 and none that play better.

                    As well:
                    - '74 Les Paul Standard (now long gone.)
                    - '03 Heritage Millennium
                    - '00 White Falcon

                    Not as well:
                    - '91 PRS Custom 24
                    - '99 Heritage H-535
                    - '99 ES 135
                    - '02? Hamer Monaco Superpro
                    - Several more recent 335s

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by SLfreak
                      I'm quite surprised Jackson didn''t make that list... Soloists play themselves, you've just got to make "****************" faces while your holding it...
                      dont be to surprised its not like a panel of guitar experts and a million guitar players were polled to make that list..................I could definately add a few more brands.........

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Kable
                        Fender Jazzmaster.

                        Nice 60's C neck. The body shape is very comfortable, doesn't look too small on my 6'4" profile, and it stands out from all the other Fender and Gibson shapes out there. The neck pickup tone is about as good as electric guitar sounds get imho, the mid position sound can't be found anywhere else, the tremolo works perfectly, and the behind the bridge sounds open up even more possibilities.

                        Perhaps not the most "versatile" guitar around, but it's close, and works for everything I personally care about doing. Definitely a pain in the ass to setup though, but they're worth it.

                        The Jags would probably get my vote if it weren't for the shorter scale.


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                        • #42
                          "Playability" is such a vague term. I'm liking the neck on the Agile AL3000 I'm wearing right now, but it's not fast, which some might consider a prime part of playability.

                          I have always liked guitars with birdseye maple necks. My Talman TC630 plays like a dream, as did the Lite Ash strat I had a hankering for when I worked at GC.

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                          • #43
                            SOMETHING ELSE is better than either a LP Gibby OR a Strat?? C'mon. That is so wrong.
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                            • #44
                              If playability equals practically effortless playing, my 1988 Soloist is the best I
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Dave L
                                If playability equals practically effortless playing, my 1988 Soloist is the best I

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