#1
whats the differance other that the inlays on the v7 neck and the 555 neck? which is better or are they very similar, i heard they are pretty much the same.

thank you
#2
7V is Alder, 555 is Basswood and they have different trems.

I'm sure many of the changes are simply cost cutters in material and build quality.

I have played both and IMHO, the better trem and Alder body make the 7V a MUCH better sounding guitar. Over a grand better, I don't know, but I absolutely despise Basswood guitars. They feel dead to me.
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#4
i guess this is a 7v guitar witha 55 neck tho because the 7v neck was damaged so that should be fine right?
#5
Hmm, i think he means just the necks...

well, i don't know all the specs, but i do know that some of the early 7V's had ebony fingerboards. My mate bought one for £800 second hand. Steal!
Adam
#6
so would 750$ be a good price for a 7v with a 555 neck?
#8
the vine on the 555 stops at the twelfth fret, i think. if you suspect it's a 555, i wouldn't bother to be honest.
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