#3
All different.
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ESP and Jackson are the common ones.
Others are practically the same.

Retarded question.
#6
i think jackson, i wa lucky enough to try a KV1, dave mustaine's signature jackson king V, never really tried any other high end Vs, but i dont think any guitar can be better than the KV1
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#7
i love jacksons but the dean V's are nice too (dean 79' v)
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Jackson are the undisputed king of Vs. We should all bow before Grover and Rhoads.
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I have a Dean Dave Mustaine V but there are some problems with the frets, and from what I've heard from other people with the guitar, the quality is rather hit or miss. So I'd say Jackson or Gibson have the best V's.
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#12
The VMNT is my favorite V. I'm not as big a fan of the rounded fins as I am pointy, but I did just buy a Schecter V-1. Jackson's are second the the VMNT, and below that is the ESP NV-II. Gibson's V's just aren't as good to me, especially for what they charge, but Toki plays one, so that gets it some points.

Seriously though, try a VMNT, and not one of the lower-end ones. Those aren't nearly as good, and are pretty mediocre for the price range.
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#13
Jackson, and I'm even a fan of ESP's but it's hard to beat a jackson king v or rhoads. I can't imagine that the gibsons aren't great too but I've never played one and I personally don't care for the classic style V's. I've only played a low end dave mustaine signature V and it was alright. Nothing special, pretty much in line with other guitars in it's price range.
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Seriously, this is like asking whether Fender, G&L, Carvin or whoever else makes the best strat and nothing else. It's just stupid.

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It completely depends on what you're looking for in a guitar. Gibson makes great V's, so does Jackson, but they're both completely different.
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#17
Shape can be important. I find V's comfortable even sitting, fret access is great. If you don't feel comfortable with a guitar, it's a lot harder to play it well.
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This should be closed.

That question is completely subjective. Every brand makes high quality, and low quality, and most brands have a V of some kind. No company makes hand down "the best". Every person has a different opinion of what "the best" is.
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Shape can be important. I find V's comfortable even sitting, fret access is great. If you don't feel comfortable with a guitar, it's a lot harder to play it well.


Actually i find that most V guitar have less than stellar upper fret access because most of the time the body joins the neck farther up the neck than many say, a super strat.
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Actually i find that most V guitar have less than stellar upper fret access because most of the time the body joins the neck farther up the neck than many say, a super strat.


This, I was wondering why people were saying they have better access - I have a V, and the fret access sucks. It's like, the body just starts jetting out at the 18th/19th, and I play all the way up to the 24th, so it's kind of like
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#23
I mean the Dean Dave Mustaine is pretty good if you have long arms... I have it, but I think that im going to trade it in at my local Guitar Center for a stratocaster or les paul because the neck is way to long and the guitar slides down your lap giving you kinda limited accesibilty... so if your a teenager and/or dont have long arms, not the dave mustaine... but i would LOVE IT if i had longer arms
#24
I have 5 V's a 89 Gibson, 2 American Jackson RR, a Dillion Custom and a VMNT.
I picked up the VMNT on Ebay brand new in the box for $389 with the case. The setneck with the Mustaine Live Wires and Sharktooth inlay not the cheep one. The Dillion and the VMNT are my favorite at the time.
There was a time when I wouldn't touch a Korean Guitar but now my 3 American V;s stay home and the Korean's come to every gig. You can find a VMNT Bstock for around $500. I love mine so much I am thinking about getting the VMNT Angel of Deth.
You can't go wrong with the VMNT.