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I took about 15 minutes to acoustically noodle on four guitars at L&M yesterday. They were an Ibanez AR300 MIK (barely used), An Epiphone Elitist SG MIJ, A Hwy One Strat MI?, An an America Tele '52. Most of the noodling was my 15th to 20th fret acid test. Judged by access to high frets, ease of play, the 'feel' and to a lesser degree the acoustic ring. This is how they came out for me:

1. Elitist SG. 2. AR300. 3. Hwy 1. 4. Tele.
 

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Highway ones are great for the money, although it depends what your gunna play with it. Dude, im going to L&A in a couple days, did they happen to have a Yngwie Malmsteen sig there?
 

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Highway ones are great for the money, although it depends what your gunna play with it. Dude, im going to L&A in a couple days, did they happen to have a Yngwie Malmsteen sig there?
If you mean L&M downtown T.O., I don't know who else would have one, other than Steve's - most of the the shredders seemed to go there.
 
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