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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 03-23-2003, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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JS spec sheets online!

Don't want to brag...or be a show off...but I'm proud of my new spec sheets! Close to 6 straight hours of grueling work produced most of this.

Thanks to Glen and Rich for all their help.
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Really nice sheet! I've still never figured out how to do htm customized tables like that, organizational headache even if I could! Glad you did it. Just the 2 hours "editing" it gave me a headache!
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Great! thanks for the dedication ,man
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AWESOME INFO....

one thing though the first year pickup mounting rings were BLACK....All other hardware was chrome.

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That is not correct. The catalog shows them as black but I've never seen a 90' that actually had the black bezels.
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"Fretboard Multi-Radiused Rosewood"

i believe my js90th does have an ebony fretboard

no more corrections ... dunno about the others, only got one js guitar, just in case you care, the 90th inlay is on the 21st fret... also i have yet not heard about 90ths with lo-pro bridges but we had a thread about that, i believe


nice work, keep it up
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Sorry for the mis information....I rember the first JS1BK I ever picked up and examined, I could swear it had the Black bezels....Oh well.

That was a LONG time ago at Atlanta Discount Music.
Jim

ps...Rich I'm not doubting you in any way just questioning my own memory.
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Really nice sheet! I've still never figured out how to do htm customized tables like that, organizational headache even if I could! Glad you did it. Just the 2 hours "editing" it gave me a headache!
Rich, get yourself a copy of Macromedia Dreamweaver. It makes creating tables so easy. You can drop in a table of any size, select some cells, right click and tell it to merge the cells. You don't have to worry about mapping out rowspan and colspan.
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Really nice sheet! I've still never figured out how to do htm customized tables like that, organizational headache even if I could! Glad you did it. Just the 2 hours "editing" it gave me a headache!
Rich, get yourself a copy of Macromedia Dreamweaver. It makes creating tables so easy. You can drop in a table of any size, select some cells, right click and tell it to merge the cells. You don't have to worry about mapping out rowspan and colspan.
LOL. Rich, does this ring a bell ...glen
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Another minor correction: Unless someone installed them aftermarket, my JS6 has both a high-pass filter and a coil tap. Both the tone and volume knobs are push-pull pots.

Really nice sheet, though. Lots of great info.
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saTa - you're absolutely right, that's an oversight. Glen, plese divide that line up and give the 90th an ebony board

Jim, I don't doubt they made a run with the black bezels untill somebody woke up and said "hey, these are supposed to get CHROME hardware"

Bew - got it, no time to learn it.

Glen, pffft!

Jason - the 6000 did have the push pulls, the 6 isn't supposed to. Does yours have the black plastic knobs?
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All THREE of my JS6's have had both coil taps & high-pass filters. All three came with the black, Strat-style knobs as well. Two of the JS6's were untouched in regards to the electronics-all original solder joints, etc. (unless somebody replaced EVERYTHING in both of them). The third came with EMG's, so it was obviously not stock.

My JS6000 also had both push/pulls.
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Rich,
My js6 hd the Black fender looking V/T knobs and it also had the split and High pass.
That I am sure off.

God how I miss that Guitar.....
jm

MEt Joe at 96 Rock in Atlanta and had him sign the back.
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It's been 4 years since I had a 6, I stand corrected. [typically you'd never see plasitic hat knobs on push pulls, go figure]

Glen? Changes.
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