#1
I'm thining about getting a used Jackson King V Js30kv and changing out the parts. for nice ones upgrading parts and stuff like that. I need to know if you guys think this is a good idea (worth it) and also which kind of bridge I would need to fit a Jackson. THANKS!
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#2
well have you ever owned a V guitar? i play sitting down 95% of the time (no shows for meh) and Vs are a absolute pain in the ass to play. it could get anoying


edited- i read some reviews

i suggest just buying something better, read some reviews, it is getting horrible scores. i love my jackson to death, unfortunately low end jacksons arent too amazing.
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#3
jacksons may not be so good according to reviews, but if the TS mods it he will have an awesome time. its fun customizing your guitars and then playing them after knowing that you've helped the guitar to look and sound so much better.

I say go for it
#4
about the bridge- if i remember right, you should be able to measure the distance from post to post in millimeters and take that to a guitar shop and they should be able to help you.
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well have you ever owned a V guitar? i play sitting down 95% of the time (no shows for meh) and Vs are a absolute pain in the ass to play. it could get anoying



I get tired of seeing this in every thread about V's...

I've owned a King V for 3 years. If you're conditioned to a more conventional body shape, It doesn't take any more than a day or two to get used to playing it sitting down.
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