#3
hmmmmm quite nice but my m8 got 1 and he sent it back cos of the tremola and the pic ups

other than that quite good


oh yes the sharp coners look bad when they go......
#5
To tell you the truth, its not so great of a guitar, If you're looking for a rhodes shape, you'll need to go for a higher model (RR5, RR3, RR1).

For an alternative, since you showed guitar center's link I'd go for an Ibanez RG2EX2 or RG2EX1 ($300, and a Guitar Center Exclusive). Here's mine:
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#6
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Well besides the pickups being lame. It would be a great guitar.


Well, that and the bolt on neck, but that's just my opinion.
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#7
Hmmm nice Ibanez. I plan on changing the pickups when I get it. I don't really mind the bolt-on neck either.
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#8
Its got an awesome AANJ on the ibanez. I'll post a pic (Not of mine, but same exact neck joint) :

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#12
It gives bad access to the upper frets. But if you were to break your neck, you can just buy a new neck instead of buying a new guitar.

Edit: Set necks dont give that great upper fret access either, but it gives it more sustain.
#15
OK makes sense. Hmmm don't know which way to go. Probably with a setneck. Thanks!!
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#16
bolt-on is pretty fine for me. it ain't a big problem... and a good bolt-on will have pretty much the same sustain as a set neck...
#17
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So what exactly is wrong with a bolt-on neck??

Not enough sustain for a distortion whore like me.
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#18
I like bolt-on on a bass, but on guitar I like to have better access and better sustain.
#19
i would suggest play it before you buy it. Non-USA jacksons that i've played tend to be sketchy, some with AMAZING action, then some with just about as bad as you can get.
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#21
I'm not sure about this but aren't all Jacksons either bolt-on or neck-thru? I'm pretty sure they don't make set necks.
#22
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I'm not sure about this but aren't all Jacksons either bolt-on or neck-thru? I'm pretty sure they don't make set necks.

Neck-through still has far better sustain than a bolt-on. But I do think you're right; Jackson doesn't have set-necks. And that's a damn shame, to be honest.
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#23
i have a neck-through body and the sustain is amazing
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