#1
A friend of mine gave this to me and he totally destroyed it. I cannot figure out what it is. He burnt every part of it that had any proof of information. Please help.
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#2
Looks like a Jackson Dinky JS20. I'm on my iPhone and the pics not great(plus my eyes are toast) so its tough for me to tell.
Last edited by Sam Hain at Dec 25, 2011,
#4
The bottom angle on the tip of the headstock does not suggest a jackson.
I dont know what it is though.


Quote by Darkdevil725
It actually looks more like an ESP. The headstock is deffinately an ESP's.


+1, but do they make necks with the dot inlay on the 12th?
I've always seen the model name.
Last edited by StateFarmsThere at Dec 25, 2011,
#5
Quote by StateFarmsThere
The bottom angle on the tip of the headstock does not suggest a jackson.
I dont know what it is though.


+1

Yeah I see that now..
#6
Quote by StateFarmsThere
The bottom angle on the tip of the headstock does not suggest a jackson.
I dont know what it is though.


+1, but do they make necks with the dot inlay on the 12th?
I've always seen the model name.



They use to. Some of the KH models had dot inlay at the 12th fret.
#7
Could be a Frankenstein. Epiphone made an "S" series in the 80's that were Super Strats and they used that headstock for the first couple runs until Jackson threatened to sue the company. Could be an S900 but the body seems a bit off. Good luck with this one!
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#8
Quote by Darkdevil725
It actually looks more like an ESP. The headstock is deffinately an ESP's.


This.
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#9
Maybe Esp LTD mh103, pickup configuration and body style fits it. I think by burn and destroy you mean also removing the paint.
#10
Its not a MH103. The MH103 has a curved top but this guys looks to be flat top. But as for shape and pickup config it is pretty close but the bottom of the body is rounded where as most M and MH's are kind of flat on the bottom. This is an odd little guitar.