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  1. #1

    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Cambridgeshire, UK
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    I know what my son's getting for Christmas...

    Jackson JS 1X Dinky Minion Bright Blue

    He's been talking about getting a guitar for a long while now, especially now that one of his friends just got a drumkit recently.

    Most kids guitars are utter garbage, but at least he can look as badass as daddy with a pointy headstock with this one
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    Join Date: Mar 2010
    Location: Wisconsin
    ME: Schecter Loomis
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    MB: Ibanez SR400QM
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    Good lord those look nice. I'll take the pink one.

    I've got one of those Ibanez Mikro's that are similar. Fun little things but these Jackson's look nicer.

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    Join Date: Mar 2010
    Location: NoIL, USA
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    That's a nice one.

    In case anybody's looking looking for something pink/purple and sparkly (hey, we all can't have kids that want black), we've been really happy with the Daisy Rock Short-scaled Debutant guitar. It looks like they've changed their product line a bit and it's only available as a kit now.
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    Join Date: Jun 2012
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    ME: Ibanez RG2610e
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    I got my daughter an Ibanez Mikro this year, but I surely would have considered the Jackson if it was available.

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    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Phx, AZ
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    Dudes these are awesome once your kid grows out of it, toss a decent bridge pickup in, put 8-38's on it and tune up to A for some shredy lead playing

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    Join Date: Feb 2009
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    Nice! They also do a mini Rhoads that was pretty badass

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    Join Date: Nov 2014
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    I may consider this for one of my grandkids next year. That's a cool little axe.
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