#1
lookin at two guitars
jackson dxmg and the prs se custom double cut.

i play alot of stuff but i tend to lean towards a metal playing style.

which guitar is more versatile?
better sound?
just all around better?
#3
The Jackson.

PRS are very nice guitars though, perhaps more versatile then that Jackson because of the EMGs in it; my Jackson is very versatile, but it has seymour duncans in so I don't know how much EMGs will affect it.


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#4
Well Jackson is better in my apinion but prs is good to
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#5
PRS for me. I think its more versatile than the Jackson. And looks much nicer imo.
#6
PRS for sure. they're great for metal too, i have an SE soapbar. and its alot more versatile. and its just all around better, i didn't like the playability of the jackson when i played it.
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#7
Definately the jackson
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#9
Quote by muse-ik
PRS for sure. they're great for metal too, i have an SE soapbar. and its alot more versatile. and its just all around better, i didn't like the playability of the jackson when i played it.



soapbars have single coil pickups, how is that versatile?
#10
Looks go to- PRS
Versatility - PRS
Quality - PRS
You want metal so - Jackson

PRS can play metal easily so i would go with a PRS
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#11
Quote by All_Bodies
soapbars have single coil pickups, how is that versatile?


because they can sound like humbuckers if you use them right. maybe you just dont have enough experience with them to know anything about em.
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#12
Quote by muse-ik
because they can sound like humbuckers if you use them right. maybe you just dont have enough experience with them to know anything about em.



how do you make them sound like hums?

people at gc just told me that if you like anything meatl dont even bother woth the soaps.
#13
since u play mostly metal, then i say jackson
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#14
don't buy a PRS until you try one.

I have one, and correct me if I'm wrong, but they have a signature wide/fat neck that not everyone likes.

for me, not a shred neck.
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#15
Quote by All_Bodies
lookin at two guitars
jackson dxmg and the prs se custom double cut.

i play alot of stuff but i tend to lean towards a metal playing style.

which guitar is more versatile?
better sound?
just all around better?


If I was you. I will get a PRS. However, try both guitars before you make the final decision.
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