#1
hey is the dean mab armorfalme a bolt on? i cant find any info on this anywhere

also anyone ever played a razorback 255 7string those look sick i was wondering if any one could tell me how they play (shred and shit)

thanks
#2
yeah it is. But it had like 20+ seconds of sustain when i played on it at steves. Sick guitar but korean made and 1500..... id take a carvin.
#4
bolt on=/= bad, just as set neck and neck through=/= good.
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#5
Gilbert and Vai both play bolts if memory serves. It's all down to preference really.

If the bolt on has a comfy heel, I'd give it a shot. Either way I'd just try them both and see which I preferred.
#6
I forget where I saw it, but some test said that Bolt Ons have more sustain than the others...IDK...
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#7
The only reason why people think bolt-ons are worse than set or neck through guitars is because so many cheaper and lesser guitars use bolt-ons, a guitar with a quality bolt-on neck will sustain longer than a set neck guitar, I don't know about neck thru though.
#8
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Gilbert and Vai both play bolts if memory serves. It's all down to preference really.

If the bolt on has a comfy heel, I'd give it a shot. Either way I'd just try them both and see which I preferred.

+1
Satch too. Almost all Ibanez's are bolt on. A good bolt on can be just as good as a set neck/neckthru