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Jackson JS Series King V JS32T Electric Guitar, Amaranth Fingerboard

Jackson JS Series King V JS32T Electric Guitar, Amaranth Fingerboard

Riff first and take names later. This JS-Series King V has a duo of Jackson high-output humbuckers and a sturdy TOM-style bridge with strings-through-body.

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Submitted April 13, 2019 by Dj Johnsom
"Great buy"
I ordered this and waited for what seemed to be the longest 3 days of my life. It finally came in and I looked amazing. It plays great and for the price it sounds really good. This is my favorite guitar out of the 4 I own. If your looking for a great guitar but on a budget. This is definitely the way to go
Musical Background:
Jam at home and with my friends
Musical Style:
Rock, and all kinds of Metal
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Submitted April 16, 2020 by Jon V in Alamogordo, NM
"Alot of Metal axe for little $$$"
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I got mine for Christmas last year in red. I have always wanted a V and I wanted a red guitar so a win win for me. I was surprised by the weight of the poplar body. It's pretty well balanced and doesn't neck dive. The tuners arent the greatest, but they will do. The nut slots are very tight and need to be filed open a bit. Definitely change the strings. It makes a huge difference. The frets are great. No sharp edges and no dead spots or high frets. The fret board looks exactly like rosewood. You can't tell its laurel at all. The pickups are actually very high output and give you that Metal sound and then some. The red finish is killer. Build quality is great. I play with a ton of distortion with almost no mids. It does very well. It is everything I expected and then some. I highly recommend this model. All it needs to make it better is a better nut and some locking tuners. I wouldn't touch the pickups. They hold their own. Get this guitar for sure. For the price it's hard to beat.
Musical Background:
Life long metal head. From KISS to Slipknot. I play guitar above all and I love playing bass. Been playing close to 40 years.
Musical Style:
Metal. Thrash, Hair, Death, 70's Rock, Blues
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Submitted February 3, 2021 by Evan M
"Impressed with this guitar, especially for the price!"
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To start off, I have been playing off and on for around 19 years. So although I’m no pro, I feel like I’ve played enough and owned a few guitars (my favorite being a 2003 Fender Jagstang that I bought brand new at 17) to be able to share my opinion. My son has taken interest in learning to play the guitar and I signed him up for lessons. For the first few months I let him take one of my guitars to the lessons before deciding to buy one for him to keep. You never know if these kids are actually going to stick with something for more than a day or two, lol. Well every time we go into the guitar store he immediately points out the Gibson Flying V’s they have hanging on the wall and talks about how much he wants one. I decided to see what other guitar brands make a V style, because I’m obviously not buying a 10 year old a Gibson. Jackson seems to have the best price point for this entry level of V style guitar. I was concerned at first because of the country of manufacturing and the price itself. I read a few reviews and watched some YouTube reviews of this model and determined that the few things people complained about wouldn’t be a big issue for a kid with no experience.Now to the actual review, sorry that took so long. When the Jackson JS Series King V JS32T in Ferrari Red finally arrived I was immediately impressed by how nice the finish looked. I was assuming there would be some cheaper or less then perfect quality control due to the price. But this guitar is very nice looking and I can’t find an imperfection on it. The volume and tone knobs are smooth but not loose like some cheap guitars I’ve played. After reading some reviews I was assuming that the tuners and nut would be sticky/snaggy, but I haven’t had any problems at all with them and it stays in tune quite well.The sound is what I’m most impressed by. I saw many videos and reviews where people had said they would most likely replace the pickups, and that might be something that I do for my son in a few years. But this thing sounds great with the stock pickups. The sustain and clarity is actually much better than the PRS SE Custom 24 that I own. I’m kind of mad about that, lol. This guitar sounds great though! I would have definitely loved to have one of these when I was starting out as a teenager.I may have just been lucky and got the good one out of the batch, but I am writing this review because I was actually impressed by the sound and quality at this price range. This is the first Jackson that I have bought and I am pleasantly surprised! I hope this helps.
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Submitted February 8, 2021 by a customer from gmail.com
"Jackson JS Series King V JS32T"
I was skeptical about this one but I took a chance always wanting a King V. This model did not disappoint. The neck feels and plays wonderfully, no dead spots. It is very resonant. Pinch harmonics jump off this thing. I was thinking I would need to replace the pickups but no. They sound fantastic. This thru a Saucy Box overdrive into my Marshall DSL20C. Ride the Lightning dudes.
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