As far I can tell the specs look rather similar on these guitars:

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So what makes the second one cost more?

Edit: http://www.jacksonguitars.com/en-CA/products/search.php?partno=2910131576


Also, why the hell is Long and McQuade blocked?
Last edited by PrimalFeelings at Jun 18, 2013,
You're blocked, not McQuade, yo.
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The quilt maple top.
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it's the top

but it is quite a bad example, it almost looks like a lame veneer. yuck
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The quilted maple top, compound radius fretboard, 3 piece neck, and neck binding.

PRS SE Santana - Santana III Bass/Treble
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Mitchell Acoustic MD100SCE
Peavey Vypyr 100
Quilted Laminate - Cosmetic
Neck Binding - Cosmetic
3 Piece vs 1 Piece Neck - Who really cares
Compound Radius - Arguably better but maybe not for everyone

Personally, I would go for the cheaper option.
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It's not like it's going to remain your main guitar. We all suffer from irresistable G.A.S.

Get the cheapest one, it's not that a 3 piece neck is any better on a cheap guitar anyway. The rest is cosmetics.
Or get something better second hand. DK2?
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