#1
Has anyone played these? They look to be very good however my guitar center here doesnt have them in stock. Ive always wanted a king v but the KV2 is too expensive for me and im not really interested in the RR models. The VMNT has nice specs too, good looks and is in my price range. So any opinions on this guitar?

Also does anyone know if guitar center doesnt have them in their stock but you want to try it will they get one with one obligation for you to buy it?
#3
Overpriced for sure.
Save up for a KV2, its worth it. Whereas a Dean is almost never going to be worth what its price tag.
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#4
get the Jackson
for metal guitars Jackson > everything else
i'm not saying for guitars to do multi genres, but for metal and hard rock jackson is the way to go for sure
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#5
Quote by Striketalonx
Overpriced for sure.
Save up for a KV2, its worth it. Whereas a Dean is almost never going to be worth what its price tag.

It has good specs compared to other guitars in its price range, If he haggles he can get an even better price for one.
T.C.
Here is a comparison of V shaped guitas in that price range.
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=782501
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#6
Quote by edge11
It has good specs compared to other guitars in its price range, If he haggles he can get an even better price for one.
T.C.
Here is a comparison of V shaped guitas in that price range.
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=782501


You've got to realize that with any musical instrument a spec sheet isn't the end-all determining factor.

The bottom line is: the VMNT is a Korean made guitar, this automatically means a huge hit in quality. Where do you see "quality" on a spec sheet?

Another thing you have to ask yourself is: why am I buying a V guitar? Chances are, its for the presence that one brings on stage. And while this is a good reason, you've got to understand its everything but necessary, especially when you could just save your money and ultimately buy a good looker, and a great player (like the KV-2).
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