I've played one. Jack of all trades master of none. Has a few lovely acoustic simulators. Depends what you want really. To be honest I would go with whatever you feel comfortable playing. Les Paul, total classic rock guitar. Stick it through a good ol Marshall Valve amp, crank it up and F*uck me Iâ€™m in heaven. Well heavy though and not very practical for playing live all the time. If you want something with a low action and skinny neck for real riffing and lead work. Ibanez have always impressed me, but lack the mellower quality of a Les Paul for clean sounds and bluesy stuff. Amps have a huge effect on your sound as well. I see a lot of potentially good guitarist sound crap because they try too hard with too many effects and Gizmos, simulators etc. A cranked up VALVE amp (Marshall) a couple of stomp boxes and a quality guitar is all you need. I've been playing (properly) since I was 15 and 13 years later I have still yet to find a decent Simulator of a valve amp. I'm going on a bit now!!
I would say, think about what sort of guitarist you wanna be. Get in a shop and play some guitars dude!
what kind of pick ups does that thing have?
It's a bit weird Jamblo, some kind of interface between the strings and other electronic stuff! It's supposed to simulate other guitars in sound (electronically) and does sound pretty close. Thing is it doesn't feel like the guitar it's emulating when your playing it.