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Discussion in 'Beginners/FAQ' started by MaxOfMetal, Sep 29, 2010.
But the prices there seem good. I'm assuming US dollars.
You would be better off with something like this.
Something 28" or higher is what you are looking for. That one I linked is 28.625"
Yeah, @Frosty the Snowperson , the longer the scale length, the better, if you are tuning that low. That one, in particular, has a cool Floyd Rose trem and an ebony fretboard, for $600, so I'd say that'd be a good bet. If you could find something longer that also checks off all of your boxes, then I'd say go for that.
Anything with 727 or 728 in the name should be good enough for you, that would be 27" or 28" scale respectively. They have a few 7-strings of both scale lengths in stock right now.
If you don't mind fanned frets then I'd go with this: http://www.rondomusic.com/intrepidpro72730ebcatp.html, or this (if you prefer passive pickups): http://www.rondomusic.com/product9352.html
Both are 27" - 30" multi-scale (have fanned frets) and have an ebony fretboard, and are $600 US dollars. As of the time of this post, there are 3 in stock of the one with active pickups (the first one I posted), and only 1 left in stock of the one with passive pickups (the second one I posted).
But I'd go with the guitar the other two guys mentioned above though if you prefer one with a Trem and better pickups (Duncan Blackouts), or if you don't like fanned frets (although it is 28.625", which will work, but 30" would be more ideal for tuning down to D1 IMO). I checked and there are 4 in stock of that one (as of the time of this post).
The link for that one again was: http://www.rondomusic.com/product9784.html
Actually if you are talking about Agile guitars, the 728 would be 28.625".