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Can't find anywhere local that carries these so for anyone who's played/owned both, other than woods and build country (possibly quality), the only real difference I see is the bridge pickup, which I could swap out.

Anything I'm missing?
 

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The 2410 is made in japan and that changes the quality signficantly. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy the 24P but it is not just a difference of a pickup. Decide what you can afford and then see what guitar is right for you. Also the 2410 is alder body I believe the 24P is still basswood so that will change the sound even if you are ignoring the quality and parts.
 

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Thanks for the response.

Though I can afford either, that is what I am trying to do, find out which s right for me, therefore the quest for information I do not have.

I get the tone might be different, due to the woods, and the quality may not be as good, but is there a substantial difference in tone or playabiity? And can someone quantify the difference?

It's kind of hard to tell sound from internet videos and I don't have access to play either guitar.

Someone may come back and say "I tried putting a Satch Track in a 24 and it didn't sound as good with the basswood, or it sounded different but to my ears better." Or the high pass filter is a lower quality cap so you'll want to replace that, or the frets on the 2410 are much smoother, or something like that.

I think the 24210 may also have the ultralight arm?

I make no aspersions as to which guitar is a better purchase, that is up to the individual. I am leaning towards the 2410, but also open to sticking a Satch Track in a 24, and saving a few bucks.

Don't care about resale, just how it feels, plays, sounds and looks. I am partial to the MCO.
 

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How it looks is easy. See which color you like better. Tone, feel, playability these are all things that the country of manufacture, which decides the quality level affects. I think that Japanese JS guitars are far superior to korean ones, which I have owned both. They didn't have the Indonesian (Premium) level when I started so I haven't owned one and can't speak for it, but I think that each tier up increases quality, which affects everything.
 

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I have owned a JS1000, a JS24P and a JS100. I have played a JS2410, but haven't owned one. I agree with everyone else's comments. The JS100 felt terrible and cheap to me. That was a classic case of you get what you pay for. The JS24P is very playable, but it had a few issues with the neck. After taking it to a professional luthier, it needed to be shimmed and the fret height need to be be filed down a little on one side to compensate for a slight twist. The neck on the JS1000 is pure magic. The JS1000 feels like everything was built exactly the way it was supposed to be - no tweaking needed. Keep in mind that I personally prefer a chunkier neck than the typical shredder. I'm not going to comment on tone because that is so subjective. I will say that there have been times when I asked myself, why didn't I just spend the extra money and go with the 2410? You may not find yourself asking yourself the same question, but that was my experience with these models.
 
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