Jackson JS1X Rhoads Minion Electric Guitar
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Great things come in small packages! Jackson JS Series guitars take an epic leap forward, making it easier than ever to get classic Jackson tone, looks and speedy playability without breaking the piggy bank. The new Dinky “Minion” JS1X is ideal for lil’ shredders or grownup road dogs who need an easy-traveling instrument jam-packed with the features they love.
The 2/3-scale JS1x Rhoads has a poplar body, speedy bolt-on maple speed neck with graphite reinforcement, and 12”-radius rosewood fingerboard which hosts 24 jumbo frets and Jackson’s classic sharkfin inlays. Other features include 22.5” scale length, rear-angled headstock for evenly distributed tension (reducing playing fatigue), die-cast tuners, sculpted heel for easy upper register playing, dual high-output Jackson humbucking pickups, three-way blade switching, jet black hardware, a classic Strat-style jack plate, and string-through-body hard-tail bridge for massive tone. Case not included.
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- Cool Shape And Finish
- Decent Pups
- Small Size
- Solid Construction
- Cheap Machine Heads
- No Included Gig Bag
- Couch Practice
So I am a little surprised at some of the reactions to this instrument. I have found it to be exactly what was described and on par with my expectations. At this price point, you know not to expect top quality craftsmanship, but an entry level product mass-built in the far east.
There are a few little hiccups in the overall cosmetic dept. But the guitar plays well. There are no sharp frets, the neck is nice and smooth the fretboard is very comfortable. The pickups are surprisingly decent, nice an d clear, plenty of bite, and respond well to pick dynamics and volume changes.The guitar has nice, flared strap buttons and is just overall visually interesting.
The machine heads are the only real functional complaint that I have. They are a bit unreliable on the treble strings. There seems to be a spot in one in particular that is a dead spot. If you tune just sharp you must make a dramatic adjustment flat and then very carefully tune back up to pitch. This is a good habit normally, but the degree required here is frustrating. Also, considering the uniqe size and shape of this instrument, finding an appropriate case or bag is likely to be a challenge. It would have been nice to have one included.
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This is a really bad guitar, even though the price seems like a good deal the guitar itself sucks, it'd be better to buy a Squier for $100. I would never buy this series of guitar again!
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