#1
Hi all,

I am interested in buying a new electric guitar. I've short listed a couple of Jackson's- Jackson JS30RR Rhoads and Jackson JS1 Dinky JS series reverse headstock.

I was wondering if I could get any feedback on them? Would these be nice to buy?

Please suggest.
#2
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#3
terrible guitars

at least get like an RX10D
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#4
Neither of them are "terrible" guitars, and they are in fact very nice for an entry level player. I believe dinky's are a bit overpriced, but that RR will run you your money worth. I also find V's more comfortable than round bodies, so it's easy for me to suggest you one. .
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#5
thats a bit of mixed reviews. See i'm just starting and i don't want to spend a fortune at this stage, u know.

I would be mainly playing metal/hardcore and that too just as a hobby not in a professional band.

Do u think the RR would be a decent guitar to start with?
#6
I have a JS1, and it was my first guitar

I personally love it, the neck is awesome. Even after I got another guitar, I preferred playing it. Mine's the 1998 series though, I don't know how much the new ones have changed, but I think it's a really nice guitar.

but you might want to upgrade the pickups, the bridge pickup isn't too bad though.
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#7
JS30 Rhoads will definately be decent to start with, I hear where you're coming from you don't need to go out and buy a RR3 or whatever for your first guitar, a little extra cash for the RX10D might be worth it though
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#8
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terrible guitars

at least get like an RX10D


This guy has absolutely no idea what he's talking about. It's safe to not listen to him.

Only thing, be ready to restring them immediately because the ones they come with are so thin they're practically clear, yet, oddly enough, I haven't broken any of them yet.

Also, if you'd like to pay about $100 less than retail for one, see here: http://www.daddys.com/used/?gear=&department=5&q=jackson&sortp=pricelow

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Last edited by Survivalism at Sep 27, 2008,