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    any experience with these? I am looking for a cheap electric to leave at my parents' house. these are in the $100 or less range, which is about right.

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    No, but I've have good experiences with the Ibanez Mikro, $124.
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-G...59-i1323394.gc
    And The Squier Strat, $130.
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Squier-b...15-i1385540.gc
    Get all excited and go to a yawning festival.

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    I would say stick with the Squier. I have an Ibanez EX Series and the electricals are junk in those.
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    Peavey generally puts out a good product at a better-than-average price. Personally I wouldn't have a lot of qualms about the Raptor. I'd play it first if you can though.
    There is none so blind as he that cannot see...

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    You could go the Rondo route with an SX maybe?

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    I got the raptor plus for $65 to keep at my folks house for when I visit. (United breaks guitars, you know). I then stopped into a shop out there as was able to swap it and some cash for a law-suit era japanese Les Paul copy.

 

 

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