Jackson JS32 and Kelly the best value guitars in NZ retail?

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Re: Jackson JS32 and Kelly the best value guitars in NZ retail?

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If you want a virgin guitar, you gotta pay the virgin price. Dream guitars aren't sloppy seconds/thirds/etc
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Mosfet wrote: Fri Aug 05, 2022 7:17 pm
Gitar wrote: Fri Aug 05, 2022 6:38 pm I think its that flat radius all the way through
The old misha mansoors 20” all the way up. Always been keen to try that one
Yeah old mate (brain fog) PRS Signature is 20" too from memory. Which doesnt bother me if its a one trick pony. My problem is I play so many genres in a session, which is why these speed necks from Jackson and Charvel 12-16" make sense. But Id be really happy with a Schecter or Esp at just 12". Even PRS wide thin necks are good at 10". Once you go below that you lose the benefits of less radius, clearly.

Im sure something will pop up between LTD, Jackson and Shecter. I know if it has that crackle rainbow fluro paint job Im drawn to it haha.

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hamo wrote: Fri Aug 05, 2022 7:28 pm
Resale isn't a factor if she's a keeper! :mrgreen:
True. I have a lot of keepers though haha. This is more of a fun guitar, I dont mind a bit of loss, but even so in the current economics I still wanna get the right medium term keeper.

Ive got a few lined up now but I keep coming back to this Jackson neck joint and the Soloist Sl2A/Q series with the loaded pickups and FR1000.

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