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J-Custom, USA Custom & Prestige Ibanez Guitars Discussion about USA Custom, USRG, American Masters, Prestige and J-Custom Ibanez 6-string Guitars.

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Old 12-19-2012, 02:10 AM
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Re: Wondering if there would be any interest if I was to sell a couple of these?


I'd kill for the purple one, and I happen to have some cash now..............

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Old 12-19-2012, 05:25 PM
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I could be wrong... but from a previous post (http://www.jemsite.com/forums/f16/te...aft-72588.html), to quote Rich:


This guitar started its life as a Prestige 1570, made in Japan, stamped Team J. Craft and retains all neck, body and hardware from its origins. Sorry for any confusion, as I'm not wanting to mislead anyone, and have edited the original post. Any differences between J. Custom and Team J. Craft - I stand corrected.
I said that TJC doesn't MEAN IT'S A J.Custom.

That doesn't mean that J.Custom's aren't TJC

It just means that YOUR TJC guitar isn't a J.Custom
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Old 12-20-2012, 01:36 AM
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Re: Wondering if there would be any interest if I was to sell a couple of these?


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I said that TJC doesn't MEAN IT'S A J.Custom.

That doesn't mean that J.Custom's aren't TJC

It just means that YOUR TJC guitar isn't a J.Custom
Exactly!
J Customs are models of Ibanez guitars.
TJC was a "department" within the factory that assembled the guitars.
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Old 12-20-2012, 01:40 AM
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TJC was nothing more than a marketing slogan, there was no department, the employees were the same employees building the same guitars at the end of 2004. It's marketing, which they used from 2005-2010. And 2011, the same employees that built the TJC guitars in 2010 built all the same guitars in 2011, without the marketing slogan.
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TJC was nothing more than a marketing slogan, there was no department, the employees were the same employees building the same guitars at the end of 2004. It's marketing, which they used from 2005-2010. And 2011, the same employees that built the TJC guitars in 2010 built all the same guitars in 2011, without the marketing slogan.
Yes--that's why I put it in quotes. A department in name only, and a great marketing deception.
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Old 12-20-2012, 11:47 AM
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I liked the TJC logo on the back of my RG1527
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I love both of them.. The blue one of course rocks! Are there any tutorials about covering one's guitar with fabrics out there?
Tim
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Are there any tutorials about covering one's guitar with fabrics out there?
Tim
Yes--here's one of the best:


http://projectguitar.com/tut/mat.htm
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Old 12-21-2012, 02:46 AM
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Thanks Alaska. I read it. Very cool..
Tim
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