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Last edited by DieKrupps at Jun 30, 2007,
#2
good guitar for its price range, depending on what music you want to play
Carvin DC-135
PRS SE Soapbar II

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Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
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#6
Quote by DieKrupps
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hehe, i would also recommend the jackson still, fits well with your taste in music and has better specs than the LTD.
Carvin DC-135
PRS SE Soapbar II

Vox AD30VT

Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
Zakk Wylde Dunlop Crybaby

Member #3 of the Carvin Club (PM MESAexplorer to join)
#7
Well.. the Jackson looks good in all its aspects but their tremolos aren't reliable for what I've seen with them in the past.
My gear:
-Ibanez JS 6000 Custom w/ 11-48 gauge
-Ibanez FGM 400BB w/ 10-46 gauge
-Peavey 6505 2x12 Combo
-MXR Phase 90
-Boss DD-6 Digital Delay
-Morley Wah/Volume Pro Series II
-Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer
-Gator G-Bus 8
-Xotic BB Preamp
#9
I've never played a JEM personally, but I have heard good things about them. Ibanez makes a good guitar. Might wanna wait till someone with more JEM experience responds
Carvin DC-135
PRS SE Soapbar II

Vox AD30VT

Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
Zakk Wylde Dunlop Crybaby

Member #3 of the Carvin Club (PM MESAexplorer to join)
#10
the 777 is the good jem. the 555 is a budget one. don't go completely crazy with the trem and it'll suit you fine.
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#12
I think the Ibanez is the best for what you want to play. IMO you can't really go wrong with an Ibanez
#13
I just spoke to a couple people on the phone, and they say Ibanez is a better option than a LTD.

I just want a metal guitar..so hard making a decision when there are so many metal styles guitars
#14
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why ?

because i prefer the pickups in that jackson over EMGs, i love jackson necks, and from my experience jackson trems are pretty reliable...
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