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05-04-2004 11:29 PM
JESTER700
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Originally Posted by Ekim
Hey, the spec sheet linked to in the first post of this thread shows the JS6000s as having coil tapping, but shouldn't it be coil splitting instead?
Yes, but it's become common to call "splitting" "tapping" (wrong as it is..)
05-04-2004 07:01 PM
Ekim Hey, the spec sheet linked to in the first post of this thread shows the JS6000s as having coil tapping, but shouldn't it be coil splitting instead?
04-01-2003 09:30 AM
babahi Let me add that I have both a white and a black JS600...
03-31-2003 02:30 PM
babahi Ok, I just made it to my JS600:

Having checked both my JS600's, they both say Made In Korea! Hope this helps...
03-29-2003 07:30 PM
Rich There ya go Glen, a few more additions to make for the boys across the ponds
03-29-2003 07:23 PM
EngineOfCreation
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Originally Posted by Rich
The "world" models for 97' weren't included for lack of a 97' Euro/Japan catalog [no models available is the US in 97']. What other colors were available overseas? And what was the first year of the 900?
In my '97 catalog (European), we have: JS1000BP and BTB, JS700TR, JS100BK and TR. But like I said, I have a '97 JS1000TB so I dunno if a catalog is a reliable source.

The JS900 first appeared in the 1998 pricing list (and in the catalog as well) here in the Netherlands .
03-29-2003 01:48 PM
Rich The "world" models for 97' weren't included for lack of a 97' Euro/Japan catalog [no models available is the US in 97']. What other colors were available overseas? And what was the first year of the 900?
03-29-2003 01:39 PM
EngineOfCreation Nice work with the spec sheet
Just a little note/correction: I own a '97 JS1000TB (serial on the neck F9713823), with the JS Custom inlay. Was bought in Europe.
03-25-2003 11:44 AM
Rich Just as I have no faith in Hoshino's "official" numbers on them, i.e., they claim there are 40 Donnies but #62 is a 92', not the last 92' for sure, with a full run of 93's still to follow, hence my guestimate of 80-100. But at least I have some verifiable data to base that estimation on.
03-25-2003 11:38 AM
vaijem777 Thus the "guesstimate" disclaimer. I have little or no faith in the source that I'd heard those figures from (a former Ibanez rep)...which is why I naturally defer to the JS master- you!
03-25-2003 11:34 AM
Rich
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Originally Posted by vaijem777
Just trying to keep facts straight and make SURE that there's no confusion, since there ARE people other than yourself that look to Forum posts as source of information and facts.
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Originally Posted by saTa
maaaan i'd like to know how many rainforests there are... they are really sweet :P
Rich would probably have a pretty good idea, but...I recall hearing guesstimates in the neighborhood of 8-12?
If I had wanted some wildly speculated and erronious extremely low number associated with them I would have stuck a number in the spread sheet. But since I prefer to wait for verrifiable *factual* data, I showed a little restaint. But no, not that low.
03-25-2003 11:27 AM
saTa means i gotta go for the crystal planet first, eh? ... well... only problem: lacking funds :P

--- edit: ffs, posted twice but it told me i was not allowed to post after that short a period of time again and i shall try again... so i did...
03-25-2003 11:25 AM
saTa means i gotta go for the crystal planet first, eh? ... well... only problem: lacking funds :P
03-25-2003 11:20 AM
vaijem777 LOL It'd probably take longer than that...you've gotta beat Rich first, which ain't an easy task when it comes to graphic JS'.
03-25-2003 11:14 AM
saTa 8-12? duude... i had to try 2 years to get one JS90th out of 352...

that means it'd take me 70,4 years to get a rainforest... if my maths-brain didn't do **** like it uses to :P
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