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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-12-2008, 01:04 AM Thread Starter
 
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ibanez or jackson?

well im gettign a new guitar in a month and i want to know your oppinions between these guitars. the ibanez rg1570/rg2550e or the jackson rr5fr?? in your oppinion which is better and why and dnt worry bout mentioning that pickups r better on onr then the other i will change them anyways(cept if its the jackson).
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I need this message translated... I thought my spelling and grammar was bad.
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its called abbreviation, thats wat ppl these days use to type so its EASIER, if ur not ganna answer the question dnt bother posting
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So basically what you're saying here is that you need it made "easier" to type a sentence or two? No offense meant here, but I agree with dinga 100%, if you want people's help the least you can do is type coherently. No one's asking for English professor-quality grammar here, but at least act like you give a crap about the people reading it...it's annoying to have to struggle through a million typos and words that are only half written.

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They're VERY different guitars. I personally really don't like V-styled guitars because I don't find them comfortable. So, I would go for the Ibanez. But both of them are quality guitars, just quite different in terms of feel and comfort.
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its called abbreviation, thats wat ppl these days use to type so its EASIER, if ur not ganna answer the question dnt bother posting
Thanks for explaining, I thought you had some missing keys.
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its called abbreviation, thats wat ppl these days use to type so its EASIER, if ur not ganna answer the question dnt bother posting
Like others have suggested, the abbreviated "kooltok" style posting isn't appreciated here at JEMsite. If you can't be bothered to express yourself, why should your peers be bothered to answer your poorly posed questions?

As I'm sure you'll guess from the site your on, most folks here will suggest you get an Ibanez. I'd suggest you get the RG2550. Every bit more you spend early on pays you back later at the mid level guitars like these.
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its called abbreviation, thats wat ppl these days use to type so its EASIER, if ur not ganna answer the question dnt bother posting
Actually, it's not even abbreviation This is abbreviation: Reverend becomes Rev. Corporation becomes Corp. Incorporated becomes Inc. etc.

"ppl, r, ur" is just laziness and a product of the inability to write one's thoughts out. The English language has already allowed for a bit of ease with contractions and slang but come on? "People" only has three more letters than "ppl." Are you too lazy to type three letters?



This kind of thing pisses off us English teachers too no end.
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You know what they call a Quarter pounder with cheese in France?
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They don't call it a quarter pounder?
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Actually, it's not even abbreviation This is abbreviation: Reverend becomes Rev. Corporation becomes Corp. Incorporated becomes Inc. etc.

"ppl, r, ur" is just laziness and a product of the inability to write one's thoughts out. The English language has already allowed for a bit of ease with contractions and slang but come on? "People" only has three more letters than "ppl." Are you too lazy to type three letters?



This kind of thing pisses off us English teachers too no end.


The best part was "ganna" instead of even "gonna" I guess an "a" is way easier to type than an "o"
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Well hey man, I figure with your hands on the keyboard the way they normally are, an "a" is RIGHT there but for an "o" you have to kinda reach up a millimeter...
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was it a lot of work for you to hit the caps lock key to get "right" in all capital letters?
I was going to do the same, but the key was past they "a". I refuse to stretch that far.
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I read they call it a Royal with cheese. dat iz sum kewl shiz
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I read they call it a Royal with cheese. dat iz sum kewl shiz
fo shizzey man.
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