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Difference between jem *77 ,777? - if somebody could explain

I tried to find in the data sheets, but i didn t succed,

what is exactly the difference between, jem *77 ,777, the wood, shape and pickups on some models are almost the same .

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Difference between jem *77 ,777?

The 77 series is rear routed (swirls/florals etc, anything that needs a clear pickguard), 777 is front routed I believe. That's the biggset difference I can think of right now...
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click GUITARS in the green menu up top, the click JEM/UV SPEC SHEET. Answers there... glen
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Difference between jem *77 ,777?

i am sorry, the question was not well asked,

i saw the differences on that model,
but it s not very clear,

why the jem 7 vwh is "7" and the jem777vbk is "777"
the wood , the pickups, *the neck. the colour are differents.

but a jem7vwh is more different than a jem7dbk wich is "7" than the jem777vbk...
so..i am still confuse, and it s hard to explain that in english too, i am sorry.

if you don t mind to give me more details which help to classify 7'77'777

thanx
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go to the FAQ (a good place to start on jemsite BTW)
http://jemsite.com/faq.htm#guitars

scroll down to 777 explaination... glen
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Difference between jem *77 ,777?

thank i found all!

i am not used to all the possibility od jemsite!!!

sorry again!
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