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10-12-2002 04:18 PM
Rich Then die with knowledge, 1994, BTB's have been around since the first year of the 1000 [according to the JS site]
10-12-2002 03:39 PM
sniperfrommars1 *dies from the evil wound that Rich has inflicted* ARRRGGHhhh
10-12-2002 10:46 AM
Rich If I cared I]d look up the answer, I don't
10-12-2002 10:28 AM
jemsite
someone give Ritch a lifeline
10-12-2002 05:35 AM
sniperfrommars1 Rich didnt know a js question? I win the 50 bucks we agreed on Glenn . Fork it over. lol
10-12-2002 05:35 AM
Rich Years at least. If you want to know exactly go to the JSSite and look it up, I'm a little busy
10-12-2002 05:30 AM
sniperfrommars1 How long has the burnt finished js been in production rich
10-12-2002 05:26 AM
Rich Huh?
10-12-2002 05:23 AM
sniperfrommars1 How long rich? surely not over a year
10-12-2002 05:09 AM
RSVampire sniperfrommars. No those burnt blues aren't "new" either they've been out for a long time. The fixed bridge I think was used to still give it that Floy Rose feel on your right hand. And Joe detuned a lot on this album. So I think he wanted a guitar with a fixed bridge with that Floyd'yness feel to it without having to setup the thing for hours.
10-12-2002 04:29 AM
sniperfrommars1 Tuning stability and better tone . Floating trems tend to lose a little bottom end, but I like the tone more myself. Its not like he replaced it with anything. Correct me if IM wrong but isnt the new burnt finished blue js a 2000?
10-12-2002 04:27 AM
DrPuls My bad... I did a search and found out the ONE difference which i dont like... why is there a fixed bridge??? Why have that nifty floyed rose on there with out any tremlo??? Was there a main reason why Joe would want this??? I think there should be tremlo on all his guitars...

Hey anyone have a JS1000 or JS2000 for sale??? Very Reputible feedback please. Thanks again.
10-12-2002 04:26 AM
sniperfrommars1 Just a diferent configuration in my opinion. Virtually identical
10-12-2002 04:07 AM
DrPuls
JS2000

Hey guys, Was wondering what the key difference in the JS2000 from the JS1000... I know theres a HUGE difference from the JS100 to the JS100, but what about the JS2000? Whats your opinions?

Thanks

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