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post #16 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-25-2007, 10:39 AM
 
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Re: Should I keep my JS100?

I own 3 js-100's and 1 js1200 and the differences are mainly the neck after a pup change...i consider it the best value for the money...a fret change at aapprox $200 sounds worth it. I did new frets on my electric rainbow js and is was worth it....and heres a good place to show-off my axes...thanks

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I own 3 js-100's and 1 js1200 and the differences are mainly the neck after a pup change
And the trem?
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Re: Should I keep my JS100?

what is the difference between the necks? i know the 1200 has the rendered specs of joe's favorite neck... but where is the diference..
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I would sell the JS100 and buy something else.
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Re: Should I keep my JS100?

I'd love to get my hands on the newer ones with the better trem. The Lo TRS isn't all that bad IMO but I just love those Edge III trems.
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I own 3 js-100's and 1 js1200 and the differences are mainly the neck after a pup change...i consider it the best value for the money...a fret change at aapprox $200 sounds worth it. I did new frets on my electric rainbow js and is was worth it....and heres a good place to show-off my axes...thanks

http://axeshredder.com/pages/axesaxes.htm
Those are cool looking Js100, I do have the PAF-pro and FREd changed
earlier and I like the pups much.
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And the trem?
yes..sorry
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Those are cool looking Js100, I do have the PAF-pro and FREd changed
earlier and I like the pups much.
well like noted earlier, if youve had it with the js-100 tremelo then your better off with an upgrade than a refretting...but my silver js has the new edge 2 bridge and it stays in awesome tune...the lo-trs 2 bridge is history and very few are consistant

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the lo-pro 2 bridge is history and very few are consistant
Lo pro2???
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Lo pro2???
...sorry (man those shots last night really got me mixed up)the low trs II the original ibanez bridges on the js-100 and many Ibanez axes
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sell it to me
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