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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-26-2005, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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Js model or Jem model

Since Carlos didn't post his thread with a poll.... I might start one
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Re: Js model or Jem model

I've always voted for the Jem
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Re: Js model or Jem model

It all depends on which model. I'd sooner get a JS1200 than a 7VWH, but I'd get a 7DBK than any JS.
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Re: Js model or Jem model

Hey Kamikaze I didn't know you will say that
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Well, I'm full of surprises. I actually think that JEMs are technically more versatile. The reason why I defended the JS before was because it had PAF style pickups on them. I was making an earlier comparison to EVOs, which I definitely am not a fan of. Give me a JEM with Paf Pros or Breeds and I'll say, "Hell yeah!"
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I'd take ANY Jem over ANY JS ANY-day
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I'd take ANY Jem over ANY JS ANY-day
No surprise, judging by your nickname.
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No surprise, judging by your nickname.
lol.....yeah I suppose......I've played many models of both JS & Jems.......the JS's just don't do it for me. I'll prolly get flamed for this, but I don't like the rounded look of the JS body either.....but what it really comes down to is playablily / versatility. Looks are secondary
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No one should get flamed for their personal preference. Its just stupid. They should get flamed when they do stupid things (I.e attacking people with unnecessary comments, starting a fight...).
I agree, looks are secondary. I've seen people with butt-ugly old Fenders that refuse to trade for anything else.
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Well, I'm full of surprises. I actually think that JEMs are technically more versatile. The reason why I defended the JS before was because it had PAF style pickups on them. I was making an earlier comparison to EVOs, which I definitely am not a fan of. Give me a JEM with Paf Pros or Breeds and I'll say, "Hell yeah!"
No wonder the Jem 7dbk ....
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I have both!

But, my VSBL just feels a little more comfortable than my 1200CA.
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I've owned both a JS1000 and a DBK... still have a VWH. I didn't really like the JS that much. It was a sweet guitar, don't get me wrong, just not for me.
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The poll says it all, lol
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Nothing beats the JS 90th. Then again, nothing beats the FP so.....undecided.
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Nothing beats the JS 90th. Then again, nothing beats the FP so.....undecided.
But you voted for Jem, didn't you Flo??
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