#1
Cort X6 VPR Snakeskin
vs
JACKSON JS35 RR
low budget guitars
which one is best suited for thrash metal? as well as GnR kinda songs?
also more comfortable shape??
Last edited by Abhiroop at Mar 22, 2012,
#2
However much i love Jacksons, Corts have way better quality and bang for your buck.
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#3
To me, strats are the best comfort wise. They're probably both decent for thrash metal, although I couldn't find any information on the Jackson JS335 RR. Are you sure you spelled it right?

EDIT: I think you are referring to the Jackson JS35RR.
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#4
How are we supposed to know which you would find more comfortable?

As is always the case in these pointless threads, the only answer is that you go to a shop and try them.
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#5
It's all personal preference, although generally people prefer strat body shapes.

I, for one, cannot for the life if me play anything that isn't a Les Paul or pointy ESP or Jackson V. Go try out a few V's and strats, everyone is different.
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How are we supposed to know which you would find more comfortable?

As is always the case in these pointless threads, the only answer is that you go to a shop and try them.


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#7
yeah i m talking abt the js35rr
i'll b ordering online so asking...anyways i never played on a V so no idea...
#8
Well, I can't stand low-end Jacksons, so..... not a Jackson
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#9
Don't order a V blind. You could hate it and have to go through the always tedious process of returning it.

Play it safe with the strat, or try and find a V shape to try if you really want one.
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