#1
http://www.jacksonguitars.com/news/index.php?display_article=83


check out the demmelition

there are not many pictures im afraid


edit: just looked on the jackson site, more info coming jan 14th
Last edited by jkielq91 at Jan 8, 2010,
#2
I don't like this new "V" model.

The rest are just guitars which already existed... unfortunately no really NEW guitar with a new shape or something :/

The JS models just suck...
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#3
theres a 7 string thats not a custom or sig model coming out, thats good

heres a preview of corey bealieus sig due out this year

http://www.deanguitars.tv/userpics/lib9b/l_5b725a634eff4fe49ee9cd09fa1a20b7.jpg
Last edited by jkielq91 at Jan 8, 2010,
#4
^ Oh the irony
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#5
That 7-string has a huge headstock. Apart from that, nothing too new. Jackson really aren't getting much attention these days, it seems like everyone in metal is playing ESP and Ibanez now.
#6
Quote by Reeen
I don't like this new "V" model.

The rest are just guitars which already existed... unfortunately no really NEW guitar with a new shape or something :/

The JS models just suck...
I will disagree with you there.

I have a JS Kelly, and I play it a lot more then any of my other mid-high end Jackson's. It is an older model, so it's made out of a higher quality wood (I'm guessing alder), but it's still the JS Series.

The pickups suck, but I changed them for a JB/Jazz. The rest of the guitar is just fine and hold tunes extremely well when set up right.
#7
I like the look of the 7 string. Finally a Jackson 7 other then the COW signature.


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#8
I'm really interested in the 7-string soloist but I hope the headstock doesn't look TOO big :S
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#9
play one of the japanese JS (they were the first ones they made of that model), then say they suck...

I have one and its my goto worker. Swapped the pups for a 59 and a bill lawrence. I use my DK2 as the backup..

you think they suck, back it up with something.
#11
yeah i cant comment on the Indian made jacksons. Never played one, or even seen one for that matter

I hear they use cedro wood or whatever? there already is a significant difference. My Jap JS has an alder body.
#12
Quote by haz_uk
He was probably referring to the Indian made js models, I owned a pinstripe rhoads from that series and it sucked so hard I returned it.
I think my Kelly is from India and it plays perfectly fine.

Again, holds tuning well, plays well, and sounds great after I changed the pickups.
#13
EMGs as stock wraghaghahaga. Especially on the 7string, they'll have the oversized routing and then I'll want to punch things because I can't even swap them for passives without a gap.
#14
the 7-string looks kinda like a cross between an Ibanez S series and a Schecter
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#15
I'm hoping for a rr24 with two pickups. either that or Ill make it my self, which I'd rather not.
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#16
Quote by smartalec007
I'm hoping for a rr24 with two pickups. either that or Ill make it my self, which I'd rather not.


ESP SV, though you might have to import it from asia/europe thanks to certain claims by jackson.
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'Practice amp' = amp you practice with? In my case, Peavey 6505+ and 4x12
I don't do things small


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#18
Fender is destroying this company. I'm more excited about what ESP has to offer this year, mainly the MH-327. Anyhow, Jackson is just recycling last years models. The cheaper Demmel is kinda sweet, though.
#20
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the JS models stand for Jackson Student and are for people who just started. they suck
Give me any good reasons why they suck and I'll beleive you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJqFe36gSgw

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Fender is destroying this company. I'm more excited about what ESP has to offer this year, mainly the MH-327. Anyhow, Jackson is just recycling last years models. The cheaper Demmel is kinda sweet, though.
On Fender buying Jackson:

"This had short term negative consequences, as much of the artists who were on the company's roster list in the 1980s and 1990s left to endorse other guitar companies. Though significantly improved since the buyout, interference by FMIC is still stated to be a problem with Jackson, Most however see that some of the new things that FMIC has instituted, such as the fairly low prices on high end USA models and improved quality in lowerend models that the company will begin to experience a turnaround."

*quote Wikipedia.
Last edited by DIMEBAGLIVEDON at Jan 8, 2010,
#21
Ive been wanting to try and maybe get 7 string guitar. Im gonna have to try that out, and maybe Ill save up for one.
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