Kramer or BC Rich?


MajorA
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Joined: 10/26/00
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Ok I need some help deciding something. I was thinking of getting a Kramer Vanguard (the Randy Rhoads look-a-like) then I started to want a BC Rich Bronze Warlock. The problem about the vanguard is that ive heard that you cant play them sitting down.The problem with the BC Rich is that you need a case to carry it in and it cost $99.00. but the vanguard needs one too but it only cost $49.00. So as you can see im having a tough time deciding wcich one to get so any help would be apperciated. Oh and they both cost $179.99.
Sounding better is in your head ,not your amp.
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guitar_chick
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Hmmm... a guitar that cant be played sitting down? I never knew that. Y'know, that is a tough discision. Well, You could always blow both of 'em off and go for a whole different guitar that you can play sitting down and standing up. That probably didnt help you much... BUt I tried.
KIM
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loner92
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Get the Kramer. The Vanguard is a much higher quality guitar than any BC Rich Bronze series model. Keep in mind that you should always have a guitar proffesionally set up after buying it through the mail (especially guitars with floating floyd trems), it'll play a whole lot better afer you do.

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MajorA
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yeah i would get the vangarud but i cant for two reasons,


1.they sold out of em'
2.I dont want a tremolo,Floyd Rose or stantard, none.

so... any suggestions?
Sounding better is in your head ,not your amp.
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loner92
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Kramer has a couple of hardtail models in the Baretta series. Ibanez also makes seveal fixed bridge guitars for reasonable price, but if you buy an Ibanez, you'll definitely need to buy new pickups for it. Ibanez stocks suck the big one.

[Edited by loner92 on 12-29-2000 at 12:09 AM]

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