im guessing that Camys english isnt great, but thats ok i think whats being asked is are the JEM/JS models good for different genres/styles of music.Distantshore said:Am I the only one confused by this post?
Outstanding work Mr. S I believe you got it...and yes welcome to Jemsite Camy!Mr. S said:im guessing that Camys english isnt great, but thats ok i think whats being asked is are the JEM/JS models good for different genres/styles of music.
i think that it matters how you play of course but i think the Satch & vai models are very versitile.. although ive played more JS guitars than JEMs. i have a freind who used to play guitar (i still cant belive he gave up! he got awards for how good he was!!) he has a JS and would play Shred, jazz (his personal forte) blues and just plain ol' rock 'n' roll and it sounded pretty damn sweet..
but anyway welcome to the forum Camy hope this has helped
Joe does he gets a ton of tones and feels with his. i don't have one yet but i would guess with the pup combo, volume knob and the right touch you could get most of the sounds you might use in most given situations. i might be overgeneralizing and again, i personally don't own one. i only respond because i own lots of different guitars and the only things that i consider when i choose which to take to a gig (usually at least 3 guitars) and which ones to play for each set with my band is trem or non-tremmed. we play a variety of stuff and i don't have to much trouble coaxing what i need from most of my guitars - of course "Elvis" ('04 7VWH) gets my biggest thumbs up for versatility. some do get better clean and some get better dirty but all seem to do the jobs i require of my axes - they get "deported" if they don't.rufes said:I do not find the JS very versatile....
Yes it's true from what I've heard from everybody the Jem is much more versatile than the JS :mrgreen:panacea151 said:It appears as though Camy has typed a foreign language into a english translator and that is why the post appers so strange.
In answer to the question(I think), the Jem is a little more versatile than the JS in my opinion.