#1
yo, does anyone have this guitar? if so, is it worth it over a different model, or even a different brand? I am looking for a guitar for my friend like, mine, the Ibanez SA260FM, with a thin, fast neck. if you could recommend anything better, please do, but remember, thin, fast neck. Price is not a factor (But preferably less than $1000 USD)

thanks in advance
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#2
There are 3 models. The JS100 (cheap mans' JS), and theres the JS1000 and JS1200.

The higher two models are around $1400, and the JS is around $700 I think

I would personally save up for a JS1000 or 1200.
#3
Rg prestige have a nice neck
i find the Js neck a little to fat

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#4
Go for an S Presitge if you like the Satriani guitar but want a thin neck. The S is an all around thin guitar, and it feels like butter.
#5
The other guitarist in my band has the JS1000. It sounds fantastic. Good cleans, can handle good ammounts of distortion. It's really versatile and i think it's definately worth the money.
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#6
Agreed - but like said, JS1000 and JS1200 are over a grand.

But don't get the JS100.
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#7
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Agreed - but like said, JS1000 and JS1200 are over a grand.

But don't get the JS100.

I've found the JS100 for about $300. A new trem for $200 and pickups for $125, that adds up to about $750. Not a bad guitar AT all.

Just dont buy a JS100 for any price over $400.
#8
Buy an RG1570. They have the fastest, thinnest neck Ibanez offers at the moment (I think).
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Just dont buy a JS100 for any price over $400.


just don't buy it at all. In the UK at any rate, you can get an rg1570 for less.
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#11
I own a JS1000BTB. The neck on it is closer to a Fender strat neck than most other Ibanez models.

Ibanez have (or did have) the 'Wizard' neck which is very thin and flat. Even more so than a Jem neck. I think the Paul Gilbert model uses a Wizard neck.
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#12
I own a JS1000. I <3 it. Just save up a little more cash and get it. I promise it wont disappoint you.
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