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That Punk Kid You Love
12-01-2005, 11:29 PM
Which Ibanez do you think would be a better buy? A Steve Vai or a Joe Satriani. Ive only played a Satriani and I did like it very much. Yet I do like the Vai Ivory 7-string with the flowers in the pickguard.

Jebus
12-01-2005, 11:50 PM
I dont' know...it's just preference. Try them both out. I'd go for any jem over a JS simply because I need 24 frets. I don't know what you're looking for in a guitar so I can't really help much plus I have limited experience with the JS series.


Yet I do like the Vai Ivory 7-string with the flowers in the pickguard.
I'm not sure which one you're refering to, but yeah...having an extra string would be sex.

JohnnyNemesis
12-01-2005, 11:52 PM
I have a better question for Jebus:

WHERE'S MY PORN?!

Jebus
12-01-2005, 11:55 PM
I was in the process of pming you a giant list of porn sites with the passwords earlier but I exceeded the character limit. I need to find a better way to give them to you.

EDIT: what's your email address?

That Punk Kid You Love
12-01-2005, 11:59 PM
I don't know what you're looking for in a guitar



Basicly something I can play real fast on without getting the mess ups. I played the JS on a Marshall full stack and it sounded and played pretty badass. I also played a 1973 Dean Star that was ok,but I want an Ibanez or a Gibson if I can get 1. Oh the JS I played was $1,500.

JohnnyNemesis
12-02-2005, 12:05 AM
My e-mail is in my profile, and I PMed you and stuffs.

Jebus
12-02-2005, 12:08 AM
Basicly something I can play real fast on without getting the mess ups.
Umm...that has to do more with your skill and technique. It's not really a feature you can find on a guitar.


My e-mail is in my profile, and I PMed you and stuffs.
I think you'll be pleased.

T-6005
12-02-2005, 12:17 AM
Basicly something I can play real fast on without getting the mess ups. I played the JS on a Marshall full stack and it sounded and played pretty badass. I also played a 1973 Dean Star that was ok,but I want an Ibanez or a Gibson if I can get 1. Oh the JS I played was $1,500.
Two words - Starter kit. If you're asking for this level of aid, you should probably be trying that out first. Personally, in guitars I recommend a lot of Yamaha starters.

Even if you're not a beginner, I'd recommend them. Yamaha makes guitar cheaply, and it makes them well. I'm considering sticking with Yamaha for any all-around guitars in the future - they're brilliant.

That Punk Kid You Love
12-02-2005, 12:25 AM
Two words - Starter kit. If you're asking for this level of aid, you should probably be trying that out first. Personally, in guitars I recommend a lot of Yamaha starters.

Even if you're not a beginner, I'd recommend them. Yamaha makes guitar cheaply, and it makes them well. I'm considering sticking with Yamaha for any all-around guitars in the future - they're brilliant.


My acoustic is a Yamaha DG-04 Limited Edition. I love it. I already have a Fender 72' Franken Strat as an electric but I want something else too. Also Ive been playing guitar for 11 years.

T-6005
12-02-2005, 12:28 AM
My acoustic is a Yamaha DG-04 Limited Edition. I love it. I already have a Fender 72' Franken Strat as an electric but I want something else too. Also Ive been playing guitar for 11 years.
Believe you me, I know from experience that how long you've been playing has nothing to do with your skill level.

Now - if you have been playing a while, I don't see why you'd ask another guitarist what they'd take.

But I honestly recommend you look into Yamaha. Particularly the MS1511. Brilliant guitar, with a tone that takes pretty much anything. Split coils are brilliant pickups.

neocon58
12-02-2005, 12:40 AM
I personally like Satriani more than Vai so I'd go for the JS just for that reason. Mind you, JEMS are sexy.

Also, remember that while the JS is obviously a very good guitar, unless you have a good amp, your not going to get that 'badass' sound. A practice amp don't sound like no marshal stack, yo.

T-6005
12-02-2005, 12:51 AM
I personally like Satriani more than Vai so I'd go for the JS just for that reason. Mind you, JEMS are sexy.

Also, remember that while the JS is obviously a very good guitar, unless you have a good amp, your not going to get that 'badass' sound. A practice amp don't sound like no marshal stack, yo.
I hate both Satriani and Vai, and I don't believe in buying massively specialized guitars, which is why I've sort of been adventing aquiring a jack-of-all-trades guitar. Namely a Yamaha MS 1511 with a maple fretboard. Fucking crazy guitar, no matter what you want to play.

EDIT - a Pacifica MS1511. Google image it. Sort of like a telecaster, but way more versatile. And the quality's bound to be perfect, as it's a Yamaha.

Jebus
12-02-2005, 01:14 AM
I hate both Satriani and Vai, and I don't believe in buying massively specialized guitars, which is why I've sort of been adventing aquiring a jack-of-all-trades guitar. Namely a Yamaha MS 1511 with a maple fretboard. Fucking crazy guitar, no matter what you want to play.
I don't know. Jems are extremly good guitars but they just don't fit the price tag. I rather buy an RG and mod it. A moded RG could be just as good as a jem.

neocon58
12-02-2005, 01:45 AM
I don't know. Jems are extremly good guitars but they just don't fit the price tag. I rather buy an RG and mod it. A moded RG could be just as good as a jem.


Just like any signature guitar, overpriced, regardless of how good it actually is.