#3
It depends. Bolt on is much more easily replaceable. Set neck has somewhat better upper fret access most of the time. IMO, Neck Through is the best.
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#4
personal preference.
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#5
Set necks have better sustain, and usually more fret access. But bolt-ons are easier to replace. Both have their pros and cons.
#6
flamingmarble, your sig sir is wrong.

and I prefet a bolt on with a nice neck joint, Ibanez style.
#7
Quote by flamingmarble27
Set necks have better sustain, and usually more fret access. But bolt-ons are easier to replace. Both have their pros and cons.

Yep. I've had both. I like both. I currently have a neck through. So it's all in what you end up liking.