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Jackson JS32 Warrior Electric Guitar
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The aptly named Warrior always emerges victorious. The JS32 Warrior with Floyd Rose Electric Guitar features an alder body, rock maple neck, and a 24...Click To Read More About This Product
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Outlandish look. Brutal sound.
The aptly named Warrior always emerges victorious. The JS32 Warrior with Floyd Rose Electric Guitar features an alder body, rock maple neck, and a 24-fret compound-radius rosewood fingerboard, two high-output Jackson CVR2 humbucking pickups, and a Floyd Rose-Licensed JT580 double-locking 2-point tremolo.
Compound Radius Fingerboard
A feature unique to Jackson that lets you shred like no other. It is rounder near the nut “ perfect for fingering crushing chords and deadly riffs. Then, as you climb the neck, the fingerboard flattens out, making it perfect for effortless warp-speed shredding and the widest string bends known to man.
24 Jumbo Frets
The 24 jumbo frets are superbly finished and easily accessible on all models. When combined with Jackson's compound radius fingerboard, this feature ensures effortless string bending and super-fast shredding all the way up to the 24th fret.
Distinctive Shark Fin Inlays
Undeniable, unmistakable, and 100% Jackson. This instantly recognizable feature makes our guitars stand out from the crowd. Jackson guitars not only play better “ they look better, too.
High-Output, Custom-Voiced Covered Jackson Pickups
Painstakingly voiced for full, rich tone while providing maximum overdrive and sustain. These bad boys also clean up nicely when rolled back, which isn't always true of high-output pickups.
High-Quality Jackson Gig Bag
Cover your axe. Besides protecting your new JS, the gig bag lets you carry it with ease, confident that it won't get dinged.
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- Model: 2910035344
- Series: JS
- Style: Warrior
- Body Species: alder
- Neck type: bolt-on maple
- Fingerboard: rosewood
- Fingerboard radius: 12" to 16" compound-radius (304.8 mm to 406.4 mm)
- Scale length: 25.5" (648 mm)
- Number of frets: 24
- Fret size: jumbo frets
- Nut material: graphite
- Nut width: 1.69" (43 mm)
- Inlays: MOTO shark fin position inlays
- Pickup: dual Jackson CVR2 Humbuckers
- Pickup switching: 3-Position blade Position 1. bridge pickup Position 2. bridge and neck pickups Position 3. neck pickup
- Controls: master volume, master tone
- Hardware: chrome
- Bridge: and a Floyd Rose-Licensed JT580 double-locking 2-point tremolo
- Tuners: die-cast tuners
- Strings: NPS, gauges: .009, .011, .016, .024, .032, .042
- Case: standard Jackson gig bag
Reviewed by 6 customers
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Pros: Great neck and fretboard, sounds great, comfortable to either sit down or stand up with, and it looks awesome.
Cons: The sustain block, and the color of the hardware...But I'm kinda reaching there, I really can't find any BIG negatives with this guitar.
I did also try out other JS32's (The Kelly, Rhoads, and Dinky), and I did notice they all have the same high quality. So if you're on a bit of a budget and you need a Jackson, the JS32 is a great way to start.
The features are what you can expect for this price:
Passive Jackson CRV2 pickups, Licensed JT-580 Floyd Rose, Rosewood fretboard and a bolt-on maple neck. All together it works very well.
The only cons I can think of? I would've preferred black hardware as opposed to chrome (black hardware seems to look better on a black guitar, but maybe that's just me).
Futhermore, the sustain-block is pretty puny. Might change that for a brass block later on.
Other than that, it's good to go. I might change the pickups down the line too, but for right now they are more than sufficient.
The body shape will be prone to damage though, as with any 'pointy' guitar (Rhoads, King V, BC Rich Warlock and the likes). Just be careful swinging it around.
Very well made. I also own a Jackson Rhoads EX Professional (a '94 Japanese model), and this Indian-made Warrior can definitely compare to the EX-line as far as quality goes. The fretboard is very well finished, and very comfortable and fast to play. It's a great guitar for both standing up, and sitting down (which can't really be said of the Rhoads, sitting down with that one is a pain).
The pickups sounds surprisingly good, not EMG's like my Rhoads, but with the right pedals/effects (I use a Boss ML-2 Metalcore and a DoD VGS-50) the sound comes pretty close. I might change them for Dragonfire 81C/85C's later on.
The Floyd works fine (not too much range when raising the pitch because it's a low profile trem), but I installed a Tremstopper in in right away, since it makes setups so much easier, and more reliable. Wish it was a black Floyd though.
For $400.00 you do get a great deal, especially if you compare it to the Warrior WRMG. The only upgrade on the WRMG really are the EMG pickups, and that doesn't really justify the $600.00 more that you have to pay for it. This JS32 is fine right out of the box, it doesn't really need much modding (I just added the Tremstopper, but that's a personal preference. Most people just use a Floyd as it is.)
The action was set a little high, but that's pretty easy to fix (I had to change the strings and install the Tremstopper anyway, so it's no extra hassle really).
i appologize in advance i have as shotty a key.I have tried mny Jackson warriors and many hve had the sme problems. the bridge is not alined with nut, profile is thin but very round (thats just a personal pet peave), they have had grounding issues, and im not the biggest fan of the pickups id save up for an ibanez xp300 itts the lower end xiphos model, but it plys gret and the construction is near flawless
Overall, KICK ASS!!!
I've ordered this guitar in march of 2011...Waiting didn't take very long (maybe like 4 or 5 days)It came, I opened the box, pluged it in and the first song I played was smoke on the water, and it was the best sound ever!!!!!!!I could not put this guitar down for the rest of the day!
LOVE THIS!!!AND I HAVE PLAYED LOTS OF GUITARS IN MY TIME AND THIS SMOKES THEM AL!!!!!
Overall this is a beautiful guitar. Best guitar I have ever had out of 50 guitars. Greatest sounding too. So if I where you dont give up a chance to get a guitar like this.
The JS32 Warrior has some amazing features. The neck on the guitar makes it easy to play and easy to do solos and more on. The way you can play it sitting or standing is also a PLUS big plus.
The quality of this guitar is a 10* no doubt. It was the very first guitar I have ever had in my life and it is still number 1 in my book and I have played over 50 guitars by now.
This guitars value is worth more to me than any of my other guitars. This guitar was my begginer guitar. It was easy to play and easy to learn on.
This Jackson is the best guitar I've ever played. I own a Fender Squier Strat, a Dean Z'79, a Dean Razorback, a B.C. Rich Warbeast and now this Warrior. The Z'79 has some competition but I think the Jackson's got it. The JS32 Warrior w/Floyd Rose is absolutely amazing.Fast neck, Floyd works great, and the people that say this guitar is huge, it's not. It's actually quite small, and very well balanced. I love it. I reccomend this guitar to any shredder
Please get this guitar! You will regret it if you don't!!!!This guitar smokes a Gibson!