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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpintofinity View Post
    At some point people need to accept that having the same hair style and color when you were 20 isn't aging well with them.
    You're not wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's a wig, he has cancer.

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    I always thought the Mustaine 3+3 traditional V style Jackson had a kinda stumpy looking headstock. The King V is on point, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    You're not wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's a wig, he has cancer.
    That would explain why he looks 10 years older than he really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    I always thought the Mustaine 3+3 traditional V style Jackson had a kinda stumpy looking headstock. The King V is on point, however.
    That thing also had really weird thin wings.

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    My only issue with the King V is that I never once in my life looked anywhere near metal enough to pull off playing one. I'd still love to own one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    My only issue with the King V is that I never once in my life looked anywhere near metal enough to pull off playing one. I'd still love to own one though.
    They also have narrow frets and no one stocks them so I've never had a chance to try one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kagami View Post
    They also have narrow frets and no one stocks them so I've never had a chance to try one.
    I forgot about that, they use that Dunlop 6105 narrow-jumbo wire. I really liked those frets a lot.

    Also, holy crap, $2999 for a KV2? Mine was $1999 ten years ago, and I got a $200 discount because it had a tiny ding on a wing from being hung on the wall.

    Also also, I'm pretty sure that's why nobody stocks them.

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