#1
I was looking at craigslist and and i found 2 guitars i'm interested in.


http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/1825190161.html


http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/1797857199.html


http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/1813566671.html


Here they are. I think the kramer is better but can anyone suggest which one i should get?

Also would one pick up be limiting? And if i wanted to install a second pickup is that possible?
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#2
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I was looking at craigslist and and i found 2 guitars i'm interested in.


http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/1825190161.html


http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/1797857199.html

Here they are. I think the kramer is better but can anyone suggest which one i should get?

Also would one pick up be limiting? And if i wanted to install a second pickup is that possible?


Well with just the bridge pickup you lose out on any of the sounds you're going to get with a neck pickup or both pickups engaged. Do you use them much? Or do you mostly just use the bridge? I think it's limiting really whatever way you look at it...but some people are happy just to have the bridge.

As for installing a second one that would be difficult. You'd have to get the top of the guitar routed for it, extend the rout in the back and probably the control cavities aswell to fit the extra eletronics...In short it's a lot of work.
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#3
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Well with just the bridge pickup you lose out on any of the sounds you're going to get with a neck pickup or both pickups engaged. Do you use them much? Or do you mostly just use the bridge? I think it's limiting really whatever way you look at it...but some people are happy just to have the bridge.

As for installing a second one that would be difficult. You'd have to get the top of the guitar routed for it, extend the rout in the back and probably the control cavities aswell to fit the extra eletronics...In short it's a lot of work.



oh okay. well i use the bridge pickup for everything except when i play big bar chords on a high gain/chrunchy sound and clean tone. On my ibanez it is mostly on bridge it would be like 70% bridge and 30% neck.

So i really dont know. i may have to try them and see if it is to my liking. Which one would you recommended? I like the one with natural finish but that seems a bit fake. Like it is some cheap knock off or something. also there is no knobs at all o_o
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The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"
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#4
anybody else?
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#5
i would go with the jackson, most tonal options and from what ive heard theyre pretty good guitars, the guitarist in my band just got one but ive yet to hear it
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i would go with the jackson, most tonal options and from what ive heard theyre pretty good guitars, the guitarist in my band just got one but ive yet to hear it


that doesn't seem the the soloist to me though at least the one that it is stating it is, becase the one soloist i found was 1700$ no way in hell he would sell that for 300$ so i'm more skeptical now.

i think the jackson is this
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Jackson-DX10D-Dinky-Electric-Guitar?sku=520323

I'm acutely leaning more toward the kramer though because i usually like rolling of the volume in high gain mode to get that really dirty clean tone and i was thinking i would just use it like that instead of having a really trebley clean but idk.
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anyway, i must be off, my gf says we gotta go cause i poked her and now she's bleeding

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The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"
Last edited by Aashraya at Jul 5, 2010,
#7
yeah the jackson is a scam of the dinky u linked, go with the kramer, it has best quality of all the guitars
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yeah the jackson is a scam of the dinky u linked, go with the kramer, it has best quality of all the guitars


yea i thought so.


Okay well none of them have replied to my email so far so idk what will happen. I'm thinking if i should rather just save up for a ibanez S series. Idk if the Kramer will be worth while int he long run.
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anyway, i must be off, my gf says we gotta go cause i poked her and now she's bleeding

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The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"