The Satch Track has slightly less bass, A bump up for the mids, and treble balance is the same for both. Sort of the same thing as he did when he updated Fred to Mo Joe. A subtle but differentiated riff on we've heard before.
Please keep in mind that the shift to Alder grants a slightly warmer tone than basswood typically which probably accounts for knock down of bass on the Satch Track. I found the 2410 to be slightly warmer than both of my 2400s and 1200, but obviously thinner than my 6 and 1600s.
Hope this helps and enjoy your 2410!
Thank you for the input.
I know it's an old thread but, since you have both the JS2400 and JS2410, what would be your preference if now you had to choose only one?
I have the opportunity to choose between a second hand 2400 or a 2410, both in perfect condition. I will only have few minutes to test them before deciding.
Of course, moneywise I would choose the 2400.
On the colors, I feel attracted to the crazy red
but, perhaps I would feel more comfortable on the stage with the more discrete white tone
On paper, it seems like the only major differences are basswood/alder and ProTrack/SatchTrack. How do you like their tone and playability?
I've been playing a RG550LTD for 20 years (basswood body + Gravity Storm pickups) and I still love it.
I recently bought an expensive J-Custom RG8550MZ but I didn't like it (it didn't had much to offer over the rusty RG550LTD, and it had an issue of a dead note) so I've sold it.