#2
check shcecter's actual website for more info.

the more expensive one has better pickups [active, i think]
#3
CONSTRUCTION/SCALE: Set-Neck / 25.5”
BODY: Mahogany
NECK/FINGERBOARD: 3-pc Mahogany
FRETS: 24 Jumbo
INLAYS: 'SYN' w/ Death Bat @ 12th fret
PICKUPS: Duncan Designed HB-108 Detonators
ELECTRONICS: Vol/Tone/3-Way
BRIDGE: Original Floyd Rose
BINDING: Black
TUNERS: Grover
HARDWARE: Black
COLOR: Black w/ Silver Pimp Stripes

US RETAIL PRICE: $1399



CONSTRUCTION/SCALE: Bolt-On / 25.5”
BODY: Mahogany
NECK/FINGERBOARD: 3-pc Mahogany
FRETS: 24 Jumbo
INLAYS: 'SYN' w/ Death Bat @ 12th fret
PICKUPS: Duncan Designed HB-108
ELECTRONICS: Vol/Tone/3-Way
BRIDGE: Licensed Floyd Rose
BINDING: Black
TUNERS: Grover
HARDWARE: Black
COLOR: Black w/ Silver Pimp Stripes

US RETAIL PRICE: $999
Last edited by IbanezPsycho at Aug 18, 2008,
#4
Biggest differences seem to be a set-neck and an original floyd rose on the custom, rather than a bolt-on and licensed fr.

Personally, I wouldn't spend 800 dollars on a bolt-on neck guitar. You can get much better guitars for that price.
#5
bolt on neck / set neck - personally i like bolt on necks but its definately personal preferance

duncan designed / custom duncan - id try them both if you can (cheaper pups can suprise)

licenced floyd / original floyd - here is the thing that can make or break a guitar. ive played and owned many guitars w/ licenced floyds, and some are ok, some are horrible. origial is a better bet, but try a licenced, you might have a winner