#3
Another question: Should i go for this or build by assemble my own from a Fender body, Warmoth neck, etc?
-ash
#6
Quote by GuitaristTrue
good guitar for what your going for

I would just say instead of spending that much cash, get something that I think is just as good

get the JTK4 Jetking

great guitar, great value, great sound, good for what your looking for

http://www.zzounds.com/item--IBAJTK4


A Jetking doesn't equal a Jazzmaster. And yeah TS the Jazzmaster will definitely suit you well, lots of great alternative bands have used the Jazzmaster to get great tones (especially for soloing).
#8
Also, perhaps consider the Epiphone Casino, the SG Jr., and whatever PRS SE model had P-90s. All of those lay in a similar price range to that Jazzmaster.
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#9
^ i've been GASing over the SG Junior for a long time, but sadly they were discontinued last year and you'll be hard-pressed to fin a non-vintage example on eBay.
-ash
#11
What about Japanese Epi's and Orvilles? i hear that Japanese craftsmanship is on par with America.
-ash
#12
A Jazzmaster would definitely be able to do that.


I've heard good things about the Jaguar HH as well if you don't want the tremolo.
#14
I like my casino, but it's a pain in the arse getting to lower frets, I'd prolly trade it for a jazzmaster if I could.
Guitar: Epiphone Casino
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#15
Quote by forsaknazrael
MIJ guitars are pretty good. I'm sure if you can find a good Tokai with P-90's, it'd be worth it.


thanks, i'll definitely go check 'em out.
-ash