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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Thorerges, Dec 17, 2014.
That's pretty fair with the new necks. These new ones are definitely more classy.
Don't dig the baked maple with the solid colors, but the trans brown looks preeeeetty good.
Besides the red one, I agree. Especially the blue one, which was my favorite color when it was the ebony board.
The trans brown looks a bit like the Petrucci JP13 or whatever number.
I feel like it's heavily based off the JP15.
I thought the same thing, but honestly I like the Jackson more than the JP.
Yeah, 15. That’s the one. I can’t keep up with all the numbers.
I'm the other way around I suppose
Although I've already had 2 of the first gen HT6's (laguna and amber) and prefer the ebony board on the laguna one I still have. I still think this one will be a big hit depending on price but if it came between this and a JP15 to me and the 15 was cheaper I'd be going with the JP 10 times out of 10. That's just my opinion though and no knock on the new models.
If price was a factor, then yeah I'd go for the JP instead. slightly cheaper and comes with Piezo.
The trans finishes have Mahogany, the solid finishes have cooked Basswood.
Also, the (mahogany) trans finishes have Juggernauts, the (basswood) solid finishes Ragnaroks.
The trans brown one is actually one of my favorites. It reminded me of that JP13 as well, which I also loved when it came out. This is a good reason why Misha and Jackson have come up with a variety of colors, because not everyone likes the same thing (obviously, given the forum we're on).
Haha I have learned to take the feedback for new releases on this forum with a grain of salt.
Hey Misha, did you notice any difference on the cooked basswood tonally, more attack or something maybe? Or was it largely a choice made to make the wood more stable in varying climates?
Whoa, is that confirmed 100%?
bulb confirmed the woods himself
and the specs on that are up on thomann (https://www.thomann.de/intl/search_dir.html?sw=misha+mansoor) say the same with the pickups. I think I also heard misha talking about that in some video, but can't remember the exact one.
also the juggs will be in brushed nickel and the rags will sport the carbon fiber look cover
Those arbitrary salt grains have a way of piling up enough for someone to stand on as a career, though:
Even the salt in my post elevates you.
Keep it coming though your posts are mana from heaven
Whether you like Misha or not, the banter game is strong wherever he goes. Kudos to you, sir.