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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-10-2008, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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how to recognize a JS1????

hello

as i tell you in the tittle,can you tell me how can i recognize a JS1?

I just now that there are in black or in withe....

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-11-2008, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

no one can help me,please?......
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

Look under richs website under used in the satriani section. It explains the difference between the Js1 and the new line.
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

I believe one of the biggest traits of a JS1 is the headstock logo, as it's the old school black headstock with the white logo. Other features include the locking nut having the straight-through mounting bolts, Edge trem, and locking studs.

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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

...and JS1 have chrome hardware vs cosmo on the newer versions...
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Look under richs website under used in the satriani section. It explains the difference between the Js1 and the new line.

thanks,can you give me the link,because i am frensh and my english is very bad so i don't really understand all you tell me...
if you have pictures to show me ,i will be better

thanks a lot
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

for you,is it a JS1 ?


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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

Post some additional pictures. That one is not very diagnostic.
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

It's either a JS1 or a very early 1000, the cavity has been toyed with and then the Schaller spring claw adjuster added.
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

others pictures...







thanks Rich for your details,but it is very hard for me to understand your technics words....

With these other pictures,can you tell me approximatly how much cost this guitare,please?
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

Probably the same refretted 91' JS1 somebody in France was trying to sell me last week for 1100E.
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-12-2008, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

you think that it is too much?

for you Rich,we must buy it how many?



ps : so for you it is a real JS1 ?
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Too much to the US [for a dealer], plus the risk of an international deal and the terrible exchange rates. If it's clean it's not bad if you're already paying with E. See the clean JS1BK that sold for $3k in the UK [although, that was too much, but as long as the buyer is happy [and he was] then no harm, no foul].
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

thanks Rich

so i will tell you if i will do the deal.

But for you and with the pictures i show you,can i be sure that it is a JS1?
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Re: how to recognize a JS1????

can you tell me why there are some js 1000,where there is written on the neck "JS CUSTOM"?
Are thes models better than the otheres or not?

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