Which Guitar Do You Think Is Better?
TreyDeschamp
May 20 2008, 10:09 PM
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Well I was wondering which guitar I should get

Alexi Lahio signature

or

Jackson RR24?

I really like Jackson guitars. I love the crazy shapes and their headstock but I have also been looking at Alexi Lahio's signature. So I made this topic to ask which one is better or which one do you think I should get. laugh.gif

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May 20 2008, 10:24 PM
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I recently played both and I have to say that the Alexi sucked with the Emg Hz but rules with the Blackout pickup (the newer alexis have the new Seymour Duncan Blackout pickup). With the Blackout the Alexi sounded better than the Jackson but the Jackson quality was better than on the Esp (it's just an Ltd actually). The guitars are almost equal, you'll have to try them both at a shop and compare them to each other to find out which one you like more.

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TreyDeschamp
May 20 2008, 10:32 PM
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QUOTE (ZakkWylde @ May 20 2008, 04:24 PM) *
I recently played both and I have to say that the Alexi sucked with the Emg Hz but rules with the Blackout pickup (the newer alexis have the new Seymour Duncan Blackout pickup). With the Blackout the Alexi sounded better than the Jackson but the Jackson quality was better than on the Esp (it's just an Ltd actually). The guitars are almost equal, you'll have to try them both at a shop and compare them to each other to find out which one you like more.


I have been thinking of doing that. There is a place about 30-45 minutes away from my house that has the RR24 and I have heard from a friend that they have had the Alexi but I'm not sure if thats true. Plus the other thing is that I dont wanna have my dad pay like 1000 and somethin dollars on a guitar that doesnt sound good.

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Hisham Al-Sanea
May 21 2008, 09:37 AM
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the both are good but i am for a jackson

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May 21 2008, 07:05 PM
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it's never easy i'm beginer but i'm find out something
you gonna have always some good and bad recomendations for each quitar wink.gif
they are both probbaly good!

i'm belive best way to do that is go to the store try both quitar{take your time} and then decide which quitar is sound better for you cool.gif

and tell to dad thanks smile.gif

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Toni Suominen
May 21 2008, 09:15 PM
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Well, the choice is ultimately yours, but I would probably go for the Jackson smile.gif

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TreyDeschamp
May 21 2008, 10:11 PM
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QUOTE (besip @ May 21 2008, 01:05 PM) *
it's never easy i'm beginer but i'm find out something
you gonna have always some good and bad recomendations for each quitar wink.gif
they are both probbaly good!

i'm belive best way to do that is go to the store try both quitar{take your time} and then decide which quitar is sound better for you cool.gif

and tell to dad thanks smile.gif


Haha yeah when he told me my first reaction was HOLY CRAP! but then it turn to thank you thank you thank you!
I'm more of a Jackson person and I will probobly get it knowing my Dad because he knows alot about guitars and likes Jacksons but I was wondering about the Alexi.

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Ivan Milenkovic
May 21 2008, 10:36 PM
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I had only troubles with signature equipment, so I would recommend Jackson.

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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ May 21 2008, 05:36 PM) *
I had only troubles with signature equipment, so I would recommend Jackson.



why?? question maybe out of topic..but i'm heard more peole to recomedet me to not buy any signature series??

QUOTE (TreyDeschamp @ May 21 2008, 05:11 PM) *
Haha yeah when he told me my first reaction was HOLY CRAP! but then it turn to thank you thank you thank you!
I'm more of a Jackson person and I will probobly get it knowing my Dad because he knows alot about guitars and likes Jacksons but I was wondering about the Alexi.



if you like Jackson {and know the quitar}go for Jakson... or like i'm write before try out The Alexis and then decide....
it's realy good to know what you want cool.gif .i'm beginer so i'm still not sure which style i'm be like to play mostly..so when is coming my time to buy new quitar...i'm will be on trouble laugh.gif Right now i'm like Ibanez 2550Z{becouse thats is versatible quitar}...but what i'm like changing pretty fast laugh.gif and i'm also have lot of positive and negative recomendations{for every each quitar} and thats make me sick...actualy about 2550Z lot of negative fedback for me was like don't buy it..you are beginer and tremolo quitar is not for you

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I would have gone with the Jackson as i know they are of optimal quality and sound.

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The Jackson would kick most ass IMO!! Id love one in my collection biggrin.gif

QUOTE (besip @ May 22 2008, 04:45 AM) *
Right now i'm like Ibanez 2550Z{becouse thats is versatible quitar}...


Now that IS a great guitar !!!!!!!

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@ Besip

Well m8, I believe (with a reason) that most of signature equipment is both relatively pricey and low quality because they put a name on it and people expect to get the same gear as their idol uses. In most cases their idols didn't use anything like that and had custom made pieces that were 10x better.

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May 23 2008, 10:33 PM
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Not all signature models though wink.gif

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