#1
Hi guys,

I want a semi-hollow electric guitar. I'm looking at the Epiphone Casino and the Epiphone Sheraton.

But this one is a lot cheaper. It's a Peavey JF-1 EXP (jazz fusion).
It's Php9000 here in the Philippines.

http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/1914099/referralKeywords/peavey/PEAVEY+JAZZ+ELECTRIC+GUITAR

So is Peavey any good?

Thx.
Last edited by rock0n247 at Jun 15, 2010,
#2
peaveys are damn good! i <3 mine to death. i'm not sure about that specific guitar..but all their 80's and 90's stuff are gems.
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#3
Newer Peavey guitars are kind of strange in a way. The cheap ones are really cheap, but the expensive ones are pretty high-end. But for low-end guitars, the cheaper Peaveys are still pretty good. Should definitely be on par with an Epiphone.
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#4
Most Peaveys I've played are nice, but I've never played that specific model. Plus, the Sheraton/II is one of my favorites.

Is it close enough that you could try it out?
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Most Peaveys I've played are nice, but I've never played that specific model. Plus, the Sheraton/II is one of my favorites.

Is it close enough that you could try it out?


No, but I don't have the money for it yet either.

But its almost a quarter of the price of a second-hand epiphone sheraton!

We don't have dealers in our country that sell epiphones. So Im seriously considering this one.
Last edited by rock0n247 at Jun 15, 2010,
#6
I don't feel right saying get it when I haven't played one, and with something timed like this it could expire before you hear from someone who has.

That said, guitar is one of the truest examples of "you get what you pay for." It's not easy when something like this comes up where money is an object, but in the long run, it's worth it.
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