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  • Yep, it was actually a pretty solid guitar. I had the set bridge version. It definitely could use better pickups, but everything that matters performs well.
    you could pull it off. But you need to round up the bottom quite a bit, or the strings will break very easy.
    Might be 16". At least the one I got from allparts was 16", but you can always file the saddles a bit to change that if you want.
    On the high side look at this one:
    Newegg.com - ASUS K53 Series K53E-B1 Notebook Intel Core i5 2410M(2.30GHz) 15.6" 6GB Memory DDR3 1333 640GB HDD 5400rpm DVD Super Multi Intel HD Graphics 3000

    I've had some good experience with ASUS. Not that laptop in particular, but other products from them.

    If you're looking to stay closer to $600 then I'd say this would be a good bet:Newegg.com - HP ProBook 4530s (XU017UT#ABA) Notebook Intel Core i3 2310M(2.10GHz) 15.6" 4GB Memory DDR3 1333 320GB HDD 7200rpm DVD Super Multi Intel HD Graphics 3000

    Really, as long as a you stay with an Intel i-series processor, 4GB+ of RAM, and a decently sized drive you should get a winner. If you feel like jumping up a few $100 you could probably snag a larger screen, but those tend to diminish battery life.
    What's your budget look like? Even if it's really small you have tons of options these days. Do you have a screen size you're looking at? Is it going to be purely for internet and homework?
    Praise be to my employer, who pays me enough to have a really nice toy budget :D
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