and what do u say on the Charvel?
is it like the jems?
Here I can comment, owning 2 Jems and 1 Charvel.
My Charvel is a late 1980's Model 5, through neck, 2x Active HB's equiped with a Kahler trem.
Simply comparing playability well for me, they're very much alike, the Jems are closer to the Charvel than many other instruments I've played.
The Charvel has greater sustain, something I've always attributed to the through-neck. The tone *is* certainly more clinical. My guitar has a third tone knob that dials-in some low end rumble / dirt and provides some extra character and for lead work it's something I really do like.
Tone-wise though the Jems are out in front - by a long way. The combination, configuration and flexibility of the Jems pickups delivers far far more tonal possibilities.
If you are looking for a charvel , pick wisely, there are an awful lot about that are poor. Certainly with a Jem you get consistently higher quality - if you're not an experienced purchaser I'd suspect that you are much more likely to be satisfied with a Jem than a Charvel.
Just 'cos it's a Charvel of course doesn't mean it'll be active - only a couple of the high end models were shippped with active electronics.... so pick wisely and get the right Charvel and you should pick up a great guitar for very little money!