#1
I haven't tried either yet, but id like your guys opinion of which is better!! I am a huge satch fan, so ill be playing a lot of satch tunes. basically, i want a cool shredding guitar, and ill be playing all kinds of stuff on it (besides the satch songs)!
So, if you could have one and only one... which would you choose?
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#2
It depends. Do you need 24 frets, or would you be happy enough with 22? And IMO, the JS model's neck is a lot more easier and comfortable to play on than the RG. You should try them both out and decide which you like better. They're both great guitars, cant really go wrong with either of them. Its all down to your preference now.
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#3
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It depends. Do you need 24 frets, or would you be happy enough with 22? And IMO, the JS model's neck is a lot more easier and comfortable to play on than the RG. You should try them both out and decide which you like better. They're both great guitars, cant really go wrong with either of them. Its all down to your preference now.


Indeed, the neck is alot flatter on the back which can help you're playing, but also take it down a bit in some areas

I find that, unlike on my Les Paul pulling out huge bends is alot harder due to having to reposition my hand [although saying that, it's never stopped me]

It's just a matter of taste, some people despise Wizard Pro necks, i happen to like them
So yeah it's just taste
#4
ok, thanks guys! Ill definately check them both out!
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#5
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ok, thanks guys! Ill definately check them both out!


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Quote by fatboythin
It depends. Do you need 24 frets, or would you be happy enough with 22? And IMO, the JS model's neck is a lot more easier and comfortable to play on than the RG. You should try them both out and decide which you like better. They're both great guitars, cant really go wrong with either of them. Its all down to your preference now.


agreed.

of course, with the js, you're paying a premium for satch's name on it. if you like both equally, the 1570 will be better value.
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Just try as much as you possibly can, the more you've tried, the bigger the chance that you'll buy the guitar that suits you best. It's always good to have a few models in your head, but don't let that stop you from trying others.


yep, definitely.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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