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BodomBeachTerror  
3 Apr 2009 00:15 | Quote
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1. can anybody estimate the cost of a custom shop jackson? none of the Rhoads have 24 frets.

2. how much would a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier head and 100 watt cab cost?
JazzMaverick  
3 Apr 2009 11:30 | Quote
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I dunno man, browse on ebay or something. :S
brodyxhollow  
3 Apr 2009 11:34 | Quote
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at least 2000 for the amp, maybe 1600 used if your lucky. maybe more if i remember right.

as for the jackson thats a tough call. ebay is great for the most part on that part, but im sure itll be a few sly thousand.

EDIT: I forgot you're Canadian. I meant in U.S. dollars, I think it would be a few hundred more up there. I forget the exchange rate.
BodomBeachTerror  
3 Apr 2009 19:53 | Quote
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by the looks of it to buy both of those things would ring up to $4000 - $5000. looks like ill have to save up for awhile, which really sucks cuz my guitar isnt in that good of shape so i need a higher level guitar, and Jacksons are soooooo darn expensive, and ontop of that the ones i like only have 22 frets. so i need a custom built one =\
Meister23  
3 Apr 2009 20:30 | Quote
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why do you need more than 22 frets?
BodomBeachTerror  
4 Apr 2009 01:04 | Quote
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so i can play my music? lol
brodyxhollow  
4 Apr 2009 07:07 | Quote
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check out a jackson dinky. you can get a decent one for maybe 1200 canadian, (i got mine 800 american) it has 24 frets, and its fun to play. just a suggestion.
BodomBeachTerror  
4 Apr 2009 11:49 | Quote
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i was thinking about that, but strat shapes arent very comfortable for me
Crunch  
4 Apr 2009 12:26 | Quote
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I would recommend any of the C-1s made by Schecter, but they are Strat-shaped. I absolutely love my C-1 Classic and for their price, 700-750 USD, their quality is unbelievable.
BodomBeachTerror  
6 Apr 2009 01:07 | Quote
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how nice are the necks on those? are they fairly thin? in they reviews i read on musiciansfriend i didnt see any comments on the necks
Crunch  
6 Apr 2009 19:03 | Quote
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It's definitely thin enough for me, but I have pretty big hands. I think it is thin in actuality, now that I think about; I've taught girls to play on it, and they didn't seem to have any (additional) trouble. Regardless of the thickness, it plays like butter. I'm almost to the point where I hate to play other people's guitars because the necks feel like they're made of sandpaper.
shreadhead96  
16 Apr 2009 09:43 | Quote
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look on guitarcenter.com


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