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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-21-2004, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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What non Jem guitars have vine inlays

Im wanting to purchase another guitar, and i love the look of the vine inlay, but i really dont want to be associated as having a guitar thats so obviously steve vais, as i want this to be my main axe, plus id like something in the 1000 dollar range. What other guitars do you know of that are fairly high quality and have a vine inlay? Also if jeremys around im avoiding emailing him, but do you think you could make a vine inlay look decent on a maple peavey wolfgang neck? THe guitars by the way dont have to be ibanez
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Hmm, there are some Shecter's with vine inlays (but I really dislike that looks)....that's all I can think of now
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Have a look on Ibanez's Japanese website. There are a few really nice non Vai vines.
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How about the RG2820 or are they european only?
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well i dont know of that model in the us, arent those the blue maple topped guitars? What kind of price range are they running at now? Maybe i should just call rich
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The Jem vine and the J Custom vine are completely different, not even close
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to the casual observer they're very close... glen
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I dont care rich if they are identical. Im just looking for classy guitars with a nice vine inlay, but i dont necessarily want to be associated with vai with this purchase, so im more or less looking for something different. What are those guitars running for these days? Can you aquire one at a decent price? And should i take this to email? lol. Been drinking a little guys, dont mind me
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I'd have to order and pay the same as you would, from Japan
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I'd have to order and pay the same as you would, from Japan
Which is HOW MUCH!!!! lol. OKay im drunk im gonna go sober up
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Wouldn't it be an idea to just buy a guitar you like and do a custom inlay-job? Out here in Holland I've seen brutal full inlayjobs which cost less than $250 I would really consider this possibility!

This way you can choose the guitar you like instead of the inlay you like Maybe the inlay doesn't play and sound the way you wanted it to
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