does the x series rhoads suffer from neckdive?
i used to have a js32 and the neckdive actually ruined everything for me
people said that only bolt on models suffer from this but im not really sure
stores in our country dont stock jackson so i cant check it by myself
The non bolt-on Rhoads guitars don't neck dive as badly, but they still aren't that great.
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From what I've gathered V-shaped guitars tend to run into neck-dive issues in general--maybe not every single one, but it's a known issue. I've heard about weighted straps, but haven't really researched it too much. Saw a video where a guy put a hole in the strap to run a clip through to attach to a belt loop.
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