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My first V Rhoads style ever. This guitar has a low price, but it sounds and looks killer. If I were a beginner... I would buy this. Since I'm not, I bought it anyway. This guitar was made for metal. Pups on mine sound really good. A little bass heavy on the bridge pick up and as a result it drowns out the higher notes just a tad... but over all it plays like a high end instrument. I refuse to pay for a guitar that costs higher than a 5oo bucks because the guitars I have now I got for less than that and they all do the job nicely for me. The neck on my V is fast. QC did their job on this one. If this comes in white or blue or red I will get another. The tuners on mine are not locking ones but they hold tune very well. This V has great sustain... which is a must for what I do. It looks like a weapon because it is a weapon. A heavy metal axe for the ages. I actually was going to get a King V but it sold out before I could get it, then I saw this and jumped on it. I have no regret about this purchase. I barely had to tune it right out of the box. I played it within 15 minutes of opening it and man... on my set up, it adds another unique sound to my music... and what's even better is that some of my riffs sound better on this than they do on my Epiphone les Paul.. The bottom line, get it while the getting is good. It's totally worth the price and truly lives up to the name Jackson. That is at least how my experience with this guitar has revealed. Now if I could just find a gig bag to put it in.
It would be unfair to simply label this a metal machine. She's my go-to guitar. Light. Fast. Simple. Everything you need and nothing you don't. Controls like a Tele. Some may dislike placement of three-pole switch between the master volume and tone controls, but with a minimum of practice, this actually becomes an improvement. Perfect for beginners. More than adequate for journeymen and even pros who aren't overly-conscious of appearing with a cost-efficient guitar.
Humbuckers are decent. Produce fantastic tone. There's the point at which this guitar breaks from the Tele. Body shape akin to classic but unproduced Gibson Moderne from the '58 NAMM show. Poplar top and back - decent. Amaranth fret board - may take a little getting used to because it's hard and somewhat less forgiving than rosewood, but if you like a clean tone that can be pedal-modified, you're fine. Basswood body - very stable. Some will complain about this, but I've gotten better tonal quality out of this little guitar than I have much higher end Pauls and Strats that are just collecting dust in the corner.
This is a pickup and go guitar. Plug her into a deserving amp and halfway decent pedalboard and you have an ax of which to be proud. Good-looking. Great sounding. I give her a six out of five - yeah an extra star.
Look, the guitar is fine for what it is. Cheap, easy to look cool with (who doesn't like the v) but here's the thing, these pickups are NOT chord friendly. The second and bass gets introduced it kills your higher notes. They're incredibly bass heavy, you can try to move the pickups slanted to lessen how much bass end gets picked up but.. yea it's pretty bad.
If you're doing thrash metal and spamming the E string it's not too bad. Just don't except to be able to hear chords or solo runs very well.
I bought a brand new guitar and came like used, because it has a minimum scratches, humbuckers and bridge came with dust. Looks like the guitar was in the store and many people use it. This is a great guitar but, the conditions on how they sold it is not for a five star.
An absolute beast to play, I really like the tone the guitar has. It’s also surprisingly light and easy to play once you get use to having it in between your legs if you’re sitting. The color makes the guitar look so aggressive.
AWESOME. This is the first flying V iv ever owned and I love it, at first I was like WHAT??? how do I hold this beauty sitting down playing but I found out this guitar plays good and sounds good no complaints. And its a JACKSON that's makes it even better.
This guitar looks insanely cool. Unfortunately, my lightest string buzzes uncontrollably loud no matter what. The second I plug it in, it just buzzes and buzzes. It's not fret buzz, I am an experienced player and I'm sad to see such a cool guitar get returned because it is literally unplayable with such a loud issue. I'd be happy to get another one if there was a fix:)
This guitar is a really great product. Awesome value for the quality. Jackson guitars are an Awesome brand. There’s a reason Randy Rhoads played them! Right out of the box, just needed a quick tune and it sounds amazing. I love it and it’s so much fun to play. Due to the shape, it’s not an easy guitar to play while sitting down so its definitely an on-stage guitar for playing while standing. It’s a normal weight, nothing ridiculously heavy. All in all a great guitar for the money and very very fun to play.
I love this guitar I wanted to buy a guitar but I didn’t have enough money to buy a real expensive one so I never had anything bad to say about Jackson guitars so I took a chance and I’m glad I bought this guitar it looks killer and sounds good fir the price I wish it had better pick ups but over all great guitar for beginners and advanced players
intonation spot on ,was even tuned put strings on er n even better ,i will note th tuning key are a lil tite to the turn but thats not a bad thing since ive had it since may n its now july ready to rock at anytime n dont lose it tone, i (did however swap the top nut w bone nut) jackson rr1 IS WELL WORTH every penny i paid