Suggestions on new electric guitar posted by Justin Sutton
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Hey guys I'm a self taught musican and have been playing for 5 years now. Currently because of the move and needed the extra funds, the only thing I have left are the marshal code 100 digital combo amp 2x12 speakers 100w, a jhs angry Charlie v3 pedal, and an epiphone hummingbird pro.
Now I want to get another electric guitar and I've always gravitated more toward les Paul's. Both epi and gibsons. I could go down the road of les paul again, pretty much zero complaints but I want to try something new as well that will handle the classic rock/ new school style and songs I play and write. Since I've only owned a handful of electrics, fender strat, epi and gibson les paul, and a Peavy raptor, I'm kind of at a loss as to what could be a good fit. Looking for suggestions. I'm used to using humbuckers both gibson and Duncan. Honestly not a huge fan of single coil pick ups, but they have their place. Budget for the electric is around $1200usd. Suggesttions?
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