Originally Posted by wilch
I don't see why it wouldn't.
The Jem7VWH has it's pickups mounted to the pickguard like the strat.
The only variance is body shape/mass, and possibly wood type.
Other than that, it should still feed back the same with the same settings. I guess the only real way to test it is to buy an evo. They're relatively cheap.
The Jem 7VWH is made of alder, like a Strat, pickup mounted, like a Strat, the major differences are the fretboard (ebony on the Jem, rosewood or maple on the Strat) and the fact that there's a little less mass in the body, due to it's "pointier" nature, and the grip, routing for the trem . . . but I think the trem's mass makes up for any lost in the wood.
I have an RG 520 QSTB (mahagany body) with both neck and bridge Evos, and even using my lousy little Fender Champion 110, gain set on 4 and the volume set on 1.5 or 2 the thing will feed-back like a "Champ".
Evos are LOUD, very high output, so quite a bit of signal is coming back at you, so you don't need a lot of volume to get some nice feedback.
Hell, I had the thing at work, hooked up to a Digitech RP200 that was plugged into a 2 watt portable radio, through the CD input, and it would feed back on demand using that thing! I sh!t you not! :-)
So, yeah, I'd bet the Evos would not only feed back like you want them to, but will also make your Strat sound like it's never sounded before.
Mic, obvious Evo lover. ;-)