#1
Should I trade my jackson dx10d for a ibanez rg350dx. What do you guys think?
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#2
I wouldnt
but if you play it and like it more, by all means
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#3
that would be the dumb thing to do
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#4
IMO Ibanez is definitely a step up from Jackson both tone wise and playability. But each guitar is unique so you'll have to see for yourself which one you're more comfortable with.
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#5
Do that, and trade the Ibanez for a Jackson Dinky guitar, like the DK2, DXMG/DKMG or something like that!
#6
Keep the Jackson. They are far better made, being MIJ (Just like Ibanez' prestige range).
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#8
I prefer Ibanez, but I don't have much experience with that particular Jackson, so I can't accurately say. Whichever one you like playing more is the one you should stick with.
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#9
Stick with the guitar that you are most comfortable playing.
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#10
I wouldn't RG's are generally ****. Hate the neck, the pick ups, the tone, the sameness (everyone has a ****ing RG) Keep the Jackson.
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#12
i have an sweet ibanez (rg 2550Z) but i know there are a ton of crap ibanez's out there (cheaper models), just as well as good and bad jacksons. a brand is nothing to go by.
Comment to VantheKraut, i have a RG2550Z and everything on that guitar is great. my guitar tech said it is the best made ibanez he has ever worked on for sound, tone, structure, etc. A really sweet guitar. My buddy took it to recond his bands 3 cd with over his Jackson and Fender. He loved the tone and the neck is silly quick.
So like i said, brands not the best to go by. models are good to look into for things like workmanship and durability. but ultimately it is feel and how it sounds to you.
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#13
which dx10d do you have? the burst finish or black?


i have the burst finish, id say keep it. Ive tried both guitars and when set up right, the LFR is GREAT.

if you have that ugly black then go right ahead.
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#14
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i have an sweet ibanez (rg 2550Z) but i know there are a ton of crap ibanez's out there (cheaper models), just as well as good and bad jacksons. a brand is nothing to go by.
Comment to VantheKraut, i have a RG2550Z and everything on that guitar is great. my guitar tech said it is the best made ibanez he has ever worked on for sound, tone, structure, etc. A really sweet guitar. My buddy took it to recond his bands 3 cd with over his Jackson and Fender. He loved the tone and the neck is silly quick.
So like i said, brands not the best to go by. models are good to look into for things like workmanship and durability. but ultimately it is feel and how it sounds to you.

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The cheaper Ibanez's aren't bad, but the higher end prestige stuff (J-Craft made) is un-ufcking-believable. I've got an S2120XAV that I wouldn't give up for ANY other guitar. It's insane.
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