I needed a spare 7 string guitar, easy to carry on, easy to setup and to change strings on the go, so I went online and checked for these JS32 jackson models.
Then I found a shop here in Ireland that has this motto : " we will match every online price, especially the germans'".
So I asked the guy the price and he offered same as Thomann, with the difference that I wouldn't have to pay shipping and could actually try the guitar.
Then he offered me some cash for one of my guitars ( an old LTD F200 ),
so I only paid the Jackson 180 Euro.
I brought it home yesterday and yes, I like it a lot. It's waaay lighter than my Slat 3-7 and this will save my shoulders, because when i practice a lot, especially in the studio with the band, I suffer from back pain all the time.
The neck is very thin, in pure Jackson style.
My son was sleepin so I couldn't play in my amp.
It has Jackson stock pickups that i'm probably going to change for some Seymour Duncan soon.
Here some pictures, taken with my phone.
I hope to do a video demo at some stage.
( hopefully the forum will resize the pictures correctly as I don't know how to do it! )
That's some cheap quilted maple, but it looks good enough, and considering the price it's totally sweet! How is the quality?