yes...anyone...would love some input cause i think im going to buy the 2000
I played one months ago at Sam Ash on 48th street in NYC. the neck felt great and it played like butter. just as good as my '92 JS-1. the bridge looks a little strange to me but that's really such a minor thing. i would have bought it at the time if i could have afforded it. i loved the color too...kind of goldish but not in a gawdy way.axeshredder said:yes...anyone...would love some input cause i think im going to buy the 2000
There's a guy over here who is chroming Jem's and other Ib's for a pretty good price and selling them on eBay. If anybody wants details, let me know. :thumb:Satchmo72 said:Yep, I thought I was going to get a JS1200 but I heard about that chrome today too and looks like I'll be going that way too!!!! Let me know if you see any pictures or hear anything!!!!!!
Which lottery win are you talking about ...the first one or the second one...lolmab8485 said:Just curious axe, im guessing the lottery win was awesome for sustaining your guitar fetish? :woot: Ahhhhh, we should all be so lucky!
Sounds like you are well covered Axe....and really there is no such thing as too many guitars. They look cool hanging on the wall, if you break a string, you can just throw it aside and grab another, and if you need to buy something else, you can always throw one on E-bay and get your $$ back. GC has JS-1's for $550 on sale this week, but all the Dallas stores were sold out...so I got an RG.axeshredder said:thanks satchmo...but it looks to me that the chrome boy is going to be my last guitar purchase for a long time...that will make 8 electrics and 1 acoustic...running out of room and who knows if i will build another
You won the lottery twice??? :wtf: :rock: Theres something special about guitars in that even if you arent a great player or if you lose interest in playing, its still cool to own and acquire them.axeshredder said:Which lottery win are you talking about ...the first one or the second one...lol
As for my guitar fetish, the members of Guitars 101 are fully responsible for it!...i was always the guy that said," if ya can play, ya dont need no fancy equipment"....growing up i saw so many players with great equipment who could bearly play and i had basically crap. But the tide has turned and i payed my dues...so luck was the reward!