The only Jackson that has made me nut

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This is so dang sick.

If Aristides could do an asymmetrical v like this but with their Hantug trem on it, my wallet would be in so much danger.
 

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My lady friend, who seriously doesn't like V-shaped guitars said that not only does she like this jackson but that she also respects it because it looks like it came straight out of a side scrolling 80's video game.

This guitar can be my new aesthetic. It'll match my 7 string gunmetal burst Zeus bass perfectly!
 

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Man I think this thing is super cool!

It kinde of just seems right all the proportions, angles etc!

Love everything about it!!
 

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Are they still trying to decide which headstock design to use? Also it has already been said but the inlays are gross
 

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Even though they kinda do look weird, I think headless Vs would be perfect, since you get the fret access and more classical style posture with a V but also the benefits of headless...too bad the only other headless V is Kiesel I think?
 

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Are they still trying to decide which headstock design to use? Also it has already been said but the inlays are gross

Yeah, the pentagon would be better as a quadrangle or triangle. The five sides are not sharp enough for this axe.
 

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Even though they kinda do look weird, I think headless Vs would be perfect, since you get the fret access and more classical style posture with a V but also the benefits of headless...too bad the only other headless V is Kiesel I think?
Ormsby Metal V, but I'm unsure if any have actually made of the headless models have made into the wild yet


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always thought the Ormsby headless stuff had overly long bridges and headpieces tho, seems they could subtract an inch from both tbh
 

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Ormsby Metal V, but I'm unsure if any have actually made of the headless models have made into the wild yet


run16-METAL-V.png

always thought the Ormsby headless stuff had overly long bridges and headpieces tho, seems they could subtract an inch from both tbh

I think I need a headless v
Tele sss setup. With a trem.

Yes.
 

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I like the headstock a lot.
Looks great and lets you actually hang the guitar.

I don’t know why people are shutting on the inlays when shark inlays are way fugly imo.

Pirhanna inlays are the best Jackson inlays imho
 

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Jackson: Doesn't have a fretboard triangle behind the nut.
Also Jackson: Pentagons bro.

It's not my thing but I get it. It's the 'headstock shape' and then the 'headstock' inlay and then the inlays.

Other than that the bevels are a little too Casio for my liking.

This one is definitely a win in my book.
 


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